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Interactive Citizen Science Workshops: deciphering the warnings of our sentinel seabirds

Globally, seabirds are among the fastest declining bird groups, with many impacted by plastics. Our local seabirds act as sentinels for the extent of plastic pollution. Join IMAS scientists for an interactive workshop on this topic as we explore the ingestion of plastics in Tasmanian Silver Gulls.

When: Friday, August 17 2018. 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
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Where: Geography and Environment Building, University of Tasmania
S.106 Main Teaching Lab, School Road, Newnham, TAS, 7248
Topic: Environment and nature
Cost: Free
Other: Wheelchair access

Globally, seabirds are among the fastest declining bird groups, with many impacted by plastics. Our local seabirds act as sentinels for the extent of plastic pollution.

Join IMAS scientists for an interactive workshop on this topic as we explore the ingestion of plastics in Tasmanian Silver Gulls.

Contact details:

Megan Grant
Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies
Email: megan.grant@utas.edu.au
Phone: 0447 436 255

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