Descent to the Ocean’s Depth: Climate Change and Oil Spills
Tuesday, June 27, 7-8 p.m.
Quidi Vidi Brewery
A casual Science talk with Dr. Uta Passow:
“Only the surface ocean has light which allows algae to grow. At depth live relies on the sinking of marine snow for food. Sinking marine snow also plays a vital role in climate change and transports pollutants like oil to these farthest corners of the ocean. We will explore the characteristics and role of marine snow.”
Presented by Science on the Rock; Faculty of Science