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Marine Ecosystems

Thursday 28th March / presented by Daniel Cleary

The impact of human activity on marine ecosystems is no secret, but a lot of people don’t realise the scale or understand the means of protecting these ecosystems.

After a trip to the coral reefs of Saudi Arabia, Professor Callum Robert’s growing interest gave way to concern about deteriorating coral reefs.

The Marine Conservation Biologist’s research shows severity of damage, alerting scientists and managers to the scale of human impact on ocean wildlife, as well as the ability of marine species to recover.

Professor Callum Roberts was with Daniel Cleary…

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