Seabed Habitats Seminar Series January Webinar!

Today was a momentous day for this blog as it marked the start of the Seabed Habitats seminar series! Prof. Jason Hall-Spencer’s webinar entitled “Effects of CO2 on seabed habitats” took us on an informative journey through the world of ocean acidification and studying the impacts of a high CO2 world. An important call for action on what we as scientists and policy makers can do to protect ocean health and seabed habitats in the future. My welcome message and the highlights of the webinar by Prof Jason Hall-Spencer can be found below! A really big thank you to Jason for being the first speaker in our seminar series and for starting us on this journey of education!!! Also thank you to all who could join us for today’s January webinar (the first one!). And thanks to my sister for helping me out!

A January Welcome to the Seabed Habitats Seminar Series

Effects of CO2 on seabed habitats- Highlights of January Webinar by Prof Jason Hall-Spencer

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One thought on “Seabed Habitats Seminar Series January Webinar!

  1. This is the way forward using techonology to stay in touch with latest developments. It helps in moving towards development of safer marine life together with greener planet. Of course joint efforts by budding scientists under cover of senior experienced bunch, to deal with ongoing burning issue, is highly appreciated by community during this fierce pandemic. Carry on doing fantastic work and hoping that science will help mankind to thrive on this beautiful earth along with blue oceans.

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