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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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Lidia Lins 15 May 18
And the Carlo Heip prize at the goes to Dr. Carlo Duarte
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Seth Horstmeyer 13 May 18
Lisa Speer of talks about the importance of protecting the High Seas with MPAs at
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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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MARmaED 16 May 18
Congratulations to for 3rd best oral presentation at !!
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J Murray Roberts 14 May 18
Spectacular from Phoenix Islands in remote Pacific - great work from Steven Auscavitch
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Francisca Carvalho 15 May 18
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Laura Robson 16 May 18
End of a fabulous 4 days at , lots of fab talks, four presentations given, time to relax!
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Filippo Ferrario 16 May 18
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Jan Mees 15 May 18
Prof Carlos Duarte receives the First Carlo Heip award for Marine Biodiversity science
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Stephen Ban 16 May 18
Just a snippet from the dance tribute to marine biodiversity
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Rachel Durand 16 May 18
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Emily Higgins 16 May 18
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Filippo Ferrario 15 May 18
Finally some encouraging words from Duarte's plenary at Carlo Heip award ceremony! Thanks
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3D Sea 16 May 18
Marine Biodiversity Working Group at
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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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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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Phillip Turner 14 May 18
blue carbon interpretive dance with ... different ways to communicate science and engage
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Alex Nunes 14 May 18
Fred Whoriskey from the talking about the use of electronic telemetry for conservation at
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