Marine Science in the Morning: Predation and Herbivory in Seagrass BedsWebcasts & Online
Wednesday, March 24, 2021, 11am – 12pm EDT
Dr. Olivia Rhoades will be speaking about her work with the Thalassia Experimental Network, an international partnership if 13 academic, nonprofit, government, and community partners in the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean examining the effects of fishing, pollution, and climate change on seagrass ecosystem processes and functioning. This work focuses on the feeding behaviors of small- and medium-sized fishes in these areas, how these behaviors vary in space and time across the network, and why.
About Marine Science in the Morning
Maybe you like your coffee hot or iced, or maybe you like tea. Whatever you drink in the morning, grab a beverage and join us for Marine Science in the Morning, an a.m. lecture series where marine science professionals share their work with you! The theme of this year's series is "Women in STEM."
Online; Internet connection required