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Why do deep sea lobsters crawl out of the ocean?

Monday, 17 March, 2014 - 13:30 to 14:30
Plymouth University
Drake Circus
Plymouth
PL4 8AA
United Kingdom
In this talk we'll look at some of the reasons we think this mass migration of deep sea lobsters happens, what the migration tells us about how climate change, and changes in oxygen in particular, is affecting the health of our oceans.
Booking details: 
www.plymouth.ac.uk/NSEW
Category: 
Biodiversity, Earth Science, Environmental Science, Nature
Age group: 
Secondary schools
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Emma
Denison
Public
emma.denison@plymouth.ac.uk
01752 588066
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