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Saving Nemo: The science of marine extinctions presented by Nicholas, Dulvy, Biological Sciences, Simon Fraser University

Dulvy shares the travelogue of his wanders from library archives to remote islands and coasts to share a story of the state of the oceans and possible future of marine biodiversity.


7:00pm
- 9:00pm
Jeudi Avril 12 2012

Venue: SFU Harbour Centre, Room 1800
Address: 515 West Hastings
Cost: Free
Accessibility: wheelchair accessible, reservations at: www.sfu.ca/reserve

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The Centre for Coastal Science and Management at Simon Fraser University is pleased to invite you to a talk, Saving Nemo: The science of marine extinctions presented by Nicholas Dulvy, Canada Research Chair in Marine Biodiversity and Conservation, Biological Sciences, SFU on Thursday, April 12th at 7:00 pm, SFU Harbour Centre, room 1800.

Fisheries catches are stagnating and the seas are warming, raising questions as to whether we face the end of the oceans as we know them. We have drawn heavily from our oceans to feed millions but have we done irreversible harm to the biodiversity of our seas? Nicholas Dulvy shares the travelogue of his wanders from library archives to remote islands and coasts to share a story of the state of the oceans and the possible future of marine biodiversity.

To view the full abstract and bio-sketch, visit our website under "What's New": www.sfu.ca/cstudies/science

Reservations:
Seating is limited so reservations are recommended. To reserve a seat, visit  www.sfu.ca/reserve

We hope you are able to join us.

Laurie Wood
Coordinator
Continuing Studies in Science and Environment and
Centre for Coastal Science and Management
Simon Fraser University
8888 University Drive, WMX 1356
Burnaby, BC  V5A 1S6
http://www.sfu.ca/cstudies/science

778.782.5466
lauriew@sfu.ca

Organizer:lauriew@sfu.ca

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