Hosted by Associate Professor Tracy Ainsworth, a coral biologist from UNSW Sydney, this new series of 12 podcasts for National Science Week will focus of research being undertaken in Australia by leading marine experts, talking about the marine places on their doorsteps that have inspired them and how their love of these places has influenced their life’s work.
We will hear about some of the most iconic and valuable marine ecosystems that we have on our own doorsteps through the eyes of the people who study them and work to ensure that these places remain intact for generations to come.
In each of the podcasts we will also talk about what the future holds for these marine spaces, the animals that rely on them, and what change means for these systems and for our society. On our website you will also find photographs of our researchers, the places they work, and the organisms they study.
We hope you love the Deep Blue on My Door Step podcast series as much as we love taking you to these places with us.
Available on iTunes, Spotify and the UNSW website.
The Deep Blue On My Door Step podcast series is supported by Inspiring Australia New South Wales.
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