Cambridge Conservation Seminars: marine talks

identifier2The series is intended to provide a research and social focus for university lecturers, research staff and postgraduate students interested in conservation research. The primary aim is to inform university colleagues of what research is going on in different departments and to bring in high quality outside speakers. Equally, members of conservation organisations are welcome to attend. A key element is the opportunity after each talk to socialise with colleagues from different departments and organisations.

Cambridge Conservation Seminars, the last two of this academic year.
Large Seminar Room, David Attenborough Building, New Museums Site 

Hook, Line and Extinction: Can science save albatrosses from fisheries?
Richard Philips, British Antarctic Survey
Weds 2nd March 17-18
Impact Evaluation of Protected Areas: what do we know about impacts, moderators and mechanisms?
Paul Ferraro, Humanitas Visiting Professor in Sustainability Studies
Wednesday 9th March 17-18.30