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Christmas Student Special

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If you have a question about this talk, please contact Norman Ratcliffe.

Five PhD students will be presenting a series of short talks about the science they are doing. From ice-ocean interactions to the effects of ocean acidification on brachiopods, we hope to engage and entertain you for the last Director’s Choice Seminar of 2014. The titles of the talks are as follows:

  • Ice ice baby: Under pressure. Presented by Jim Jordan
  • The not-so-cold salty blob. Presented by Jen Roberts
  • How do organisms work? Presented by Vicky Sleight
  • Ocean wanderers. Presented by Tommy Clay
  • Brachs on acid. Presented by Emma Cross

This talk is part of the British Antarctic Survey - Director's Choice series.

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