June Speaker Series YEAR OF THE COAST 2012 PDWCC90363 Come along to the Victoria University Coastal Don't miss this opportunity to see inside VUCEL, Ecology Lab (VUCEL) and find out about some and hear about the things that are impacting on of the amazing research happening in the our precious coastal environment. heart of Wellington.
SPEAKERS INCLUDE Each talk will be less than 10 minutes.
Keith Michael What does science know about the Bluff oyster, one of Where: VUCEL, 396 The Esplanade, Island Bay New Zealand's oldest fisheries? When: 5.30-7pm, Wednesday 27 June Agnes Rouchon
The effect of pollutants on pua and kina. Light refreshments will be served beforehand. Jeannine Fischer
Do marine snails on the rocky shore get sunburnt? Parking is available in various locations off The Esplanade Paul Mensink or it's a 10-minute walk from the Island Bay (number 1) bus. Reproductive output in the common triplefin: Putting
all your eggs in one basket and how to get lucky if For more information, phone 470 9252 you're a fish! whina VUCEL Incubator team The effects of sediment on pua and kina: building Mori and Pacific science capability through the whina VUCEL Incubator. Anne Wietheger Coral reefs: an ecosystem in crisis - the important association between corals and algae in tropical coral reefs. What exactly is coral bleaching and where is the connection to New Zealand's rocky reefs?