Dr Douglas R. Brumley will discuss several examples in which the ability to deconstruct complex biological systems and confine, control and visualise them, has enabled the development of new mathematical frameworks.
Stressors in the marine environment: impacts and solutions.
Realising new opportunities in algal biotechnology from Cawthron aquaculture research.
Topic is Dimethylated sulphur compounds in a changing ocean.
Speaker: Dr Suhelen Egan from UNSW.
Prof Gary A. Kendrick from the School of Plant Biology and Oceans Institute, University of Western Australia will be talking about Demographic and genetic connectivity: the role and consequences of reproduction, dispersal and recruitment in seagrasses.
This seminar explores how exciting new technical and conceptual developments are beginning to alter long-held views as to the true nature and magnitude by which marine primary productivity varies, and thus offers our best means to monitor present day as well as enable accurate future predictions of our oceans’ health.