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TOPIC: Solent Aliens: Marine Life Talk at NOC Southampton – 3 May 2012

Solent Aliens: Marine Life Talk at NOC Southampton – 3 May 2012 7 years 8 months ago #1

Solent Aliens Marine Life Talk – 3 May 2012 7.30 pm

Public Marine Life Talks at the National Oceanography Centre Southampton.
Easy 10 min walk from red funnel terminal.
First dock gate to right (Dock Gate 4) then follow signs.
The Marine Life Talks are held in the Henry Charnock Lecture Theatre on the first Thursday of each month at 7.30pm and are scheduled to finish around 8.30pm.
These talks are open to members of the public

More detail available from Publicity Officer.

Solent Aliens, 19.30pm at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton
by Moira Maclean –
Within Southampton Water there is minimum of 50 Alien non-native species which have been introduced to this area by a number of different vectors. Some non-native species have been in this area for over a hundred years and many local people consider them to be native, other non-native species have been found more recently within the last few years. This talk will discuss the methods of introduction and highlight a few key alien species which can be found in the local area.
Moira MacLean is a Research Assistant and part-time vessel crew person at the University of Southampton. She originally did her undergraduate degree in marine biology at the University of Aberdeen; she came to the south coast in 2009 to study for a master’s in Oceanography at the University of Southampton. Having completed her studies she then started working within the University. She is involved with the Discover Oceanography program and is working part-time towards a PhD on slipper limpets Crepidula fornicata, a non-native species which has been in Southampton water since the early 19th century.



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