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Filippo Ferrario 16 May 18
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Jen Hillman 15 May 18
Fantastically stimulating plenary by at . Challenge of ow we can include biodiversity in global models.
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Francisca Carvalho 15 May 18
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Lauren M. Howell 14 May 18
If your goal is to think disruptively, then sometimes you just have to shut the hell up and listen to people who don’t think like you -
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Mark J 16 May 18
Apologies for hijacking but this is a great opportunity to advertise an open position in beautiful Galway. Happy to talk to anyone at the conference about working in Ireland
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Lidia Lins 15 May 18
And the Carlo Heip prize at the goes to Dr. Carlo Duarte
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Nadine Wells 15 May 18
: we really are dealing with one ocean that is highly connected and we are all in the same boat
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Clifton Nunnally 13 May 18
Want to know how we learn about biodiversity and ecology by chunking logs into the deep sea? Come by and listen to at 10:45 for uniquebins got to the role energy plays.
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IOP Observatory 16 May 18
Prof. Carlos Duarte honored with the 1st Carlo Heip award for outstanding accomplishments in marine biodiversity at the World Conference on Marine Biodiversity in Montreal
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Rachel Durand 16 May 18
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Karla B. Jaramillo A 14 May 18
First day at the conference and it was my first participation as a speaker in an International Conference on Marine Biodiversity. ✅ DONE! 4th World Conference on Marine Biodiversity. Montréal, Canada 🇨🇦.
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Paolo G. Albano 14 May 18
Are you at ? Then don't miss our talks on biological invasions on Tuesday at 2 pm (by Jan Steger on Lessepsian invaders) and 2.15 pm (by on how to reconstruct invasions from death assemblages) in the theme Invasions & the Anthropocene 'natural' (room 519A)!
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Emily Higgins 16 May 18
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Nick Jeffery 13 May 18
Great series of talks on methods and applications of eDNA in the marine world at today!
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sdfuller 15 May 18
So much interesting science & research from the deep sea , important to make the links to policy with
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Stephen Ban 16 May 18
Just a snippet from the dance tribute to marine biodiversity
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Pilar Rios Lopez 13 May 18
Very cool talk by researcher Javier Cristobo on carnivorous sponges and polychatae
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Karen Webb 13 May 18
JNCC are excited to be attending the 4th World Conference on Marine Biodiversity
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Emmett Duffy 16 May 18
Verena Tunnicliffe in response to question: “when your funding gets cut - think”.
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MARmaED 16 May 18
Congratulations to for 3rd best oral presentation at !!
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