Gilbert White's House
22
Mar

2018 Antarctic Lectures: The Albatross about our necks

Professor Richard Phillips talk on the application of population, tracking and other monitoring data to understand and address threats to albatrosses, including from fisheries, invasive species and plastics

Professor Phillips is the leader of the Higher Predators and Conservation group at British Antarctic Survey, and works on the population, physiological and evolutionary ecology of seabirds, particularly albatrosses and petrels. He is also involved with the Agreement on the Conservation of Albatrosses and Petrels (ACAP) and Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR), trying to develop strategies for improving seabird conservation in the Southern Ocean.

Ticket includes one free accompanying adult.

Event Details

Date/Time

Thursday 22 March 2018, from 7pm

Location

Gilbert White Field Studies Centre, Selborne, Alton, Hampshire

Admission

£15

Further information

Further information is available on the website http://gilbertwhiteshouse.org.uk/?event=2018-antarctic-lectures-albatrosses-around-necks%2F&event_date=2018-03-22

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