Dr Michelle Hale on importance of marine phytoplankton in controlling climate change

Monday 12th February starting at 7pm.

Dr Michelle Hale, Head of the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences at Portsmouth University will be talking about the importance of marine phytoplankton in controlling climate change.

She has a lot of pictures from research she has conducted whilst at sea in the Arctic and elsewhere.

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2 thoughts on “Dr Michelle Hale on importance of marine phytoplankton in controlling climate change

  1. Dr Michelle Hale -Highly informative on a subject I knew nothing about by a speaker whose response to questions showed her knowledge went far beyond her field.
    ps can we given link to her presentation, which she said would be provided?

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