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1829 Talk: Trade-offs between coral traits – implications for natural selection and restorative assisted evolution on coral reefs

1829 Talk: Trade-offs between coral traits – implications for natural selection and restorative assisted evolution on coral reefs

Trade-offs between coral traits: implications for natural selection and assisted evolution on coral reefs With Liam Lachs, Newcastle University Under climate change, marine heatwaves are becoming ever more damaging, and […]

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1829 Talk: Drivers of reef shark abundance and spatial distribution across an oceanic atoll

Drivers of reef shark abundance and spatial distribution across an oceanic atoll With Danielle Robinson, Newcastle University One-quarter of the world’s sharks are threatened with extinction. A better understanding of […]

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1829 Talk: The Future of Gosforth Nature Reserve

Join NHSN Project Officer, Charlotte Rankin, for an inside look at a new ten-year management plan for Gosforth Nature Reserve and an opportunity to explore exciting plans for species conservation, learning and visitor experience.

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1829 Talk: Balancing Wildlife Conservation and the Community

Balancing Wildlife Conservation and the Community with Ellie Coleman As an early career conservationist, my role as a graduate trainee with Coast Care helped me to develop a huge range […]

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1829 Talk: Eurythenes plasticus – The newest face of marine plastic pollution

Eurythenes plasticus – The newest face of marine plastic pollution Online talk with Johanna Weston, Newcastle University 6000 metres beneath the surface of the Mariana Trench, Pacific Ocean is very […]

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1829 Talk: Improving outdoor learning opportunities by building capacity of the community

Improving outdoor learning opportunities by building capacity of the community Online talk with Dina Schwartz, Newcastle University When we look at how to improve informal science learning opportunities for the […]

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1829 Talk: To tree, or not to tree? Spatially targeting native woodland creation

To tree, or not to tree? Spatially targeting native woodland creation Online talk with Ray Kidd, Newcastle University Where should we plant new native woodland? Our native woodlands are enormously […]

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Welcome back: An evening of online talks from RSPB Coquet Island

RSPB Coquet Island: The Story of Recovery Online talk with Paul Morrison and David Kinchin-Smith Situated off the Northumberland coast, Coquet Island is a vibrant seabird sanctuary is home to […]

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1829 Talk: Impacts of woodland planting and succession on soil microbes and their functioning

Impacts of woodland planting and succession on soil microbes and their functioning Online talk with Justin Byrne, Newcastle University For his four year PhD, Justin has been investigating the changes […]

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1829 Talk: Bucking the trend – why are some British moths on the rise?

Bucking the trend: why are some British moths on the rise? Online talk with Douglas Boyes, Newcastle University Recently, there has been a surge of interest in insect declines, with […]

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