World Oceans Day
June 8 @ 15:00 - 16:00
Oceans are constantly changing, but now they are changing faster! Seawater warming, acidification, hypoxia, pollution and invasive species threaten biodiversity richness and have
both ecological and socioeconomic impacts – to increase in the future. How can experimental biology contribute to the knowledge on those impacts? This lecture aims to raise awareness about the importance of experimentation in the aquatic sciences, and global change consequences. Integrative approaches, where responses are addressed at several levels of biological organisation will be key for our – citizens and scientists – understanding on these dynamics and support evidence-based decision-making in conservation and help policymaking in the long run.
Date/Time: 8 June 2021, 15:00 pm – 15:45 pm (BST)
Please note, due to Coronavirus outbreak, many of the conferences are either postponed or cancelled.
Please check directly with the events organizers