UOW Knowledge Series lecture: Antarctica Biodiversity Under a Changing Climate
Pearl Room, City Beach Function Centre, Marine Drive, Wollongong
- –Price$22 per person for alumni and guests.
This cost includes substantial canapés and drinks.
Meet Professor Sharon Robinson
Professor Robinson researches how Antarctic plants respond to climate change and uses radiocarbon signatures, left behind in the atmosphere by nuclear testing, to date mosses and track environmental change around the coast of Antarctica. Her group identifies the sunscreens plants make to protect themselves from elevated UV-B radiation due to ozone depletion.
All proceeds from this event will support vital research undertaken by Senior Professor Sharon Robinson.
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- COVID Safe Guidelines: The University of Wollongong is a COVID safe organisation. The safety of our guests, speakers and staff is our top priority. All of our face-to-face events will be run in compliance with NSW Government’s health orders in effect at the time.
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