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The Impact of Human Settlements on Seagrasses in the Bahamas

Friday 19 October, 18.29 – 18.45.  Newcastle University – Ridley Building 2, room RIDB2.1.65

Izzy Lake will discuss the differences in turtle grass occurring both near to and far from human settlements in Eleuthera, Bahamas. To do this, she uses a combination of metrics including the density of seagrass pastures, the density of the human settlements and the biomass of seagrass tissue.

These ‘1829 Lectures’, named after the year NHSN was founded, all take place at the apt time of 6.29 pm, or 18:29. The talks will allow members and supporters to enjoy a greater range of engaging topics alongside our popular and regular Friday evening talks.