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Lobster Larvae and Our Changing Climate
July 30 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Lobster Larvae and Our Changing Climate presented by Alex Asher, Ph.D. candidate.
When asked about his research Asher shared “my work focuses largely on trying to understand why some larvae survive to recruit successfully, and others do not. Studying a process that occurs. Studying a process that involves small planktonic larvae which are spread throughout the ocean requires a lot of creativity and collaboration in how we approach our research. I find this to be a really unique and rewarding way to study the ocean.”
This event is are free, however, space is limited and tickets are required.
To express interest in joining the Darling Marine Center along the beautiful shores of the Damariscotta River for this event, complete this form to indicate your interest.
Part of the UMaine Darling Marine Center’s series of Shoreline Science Talks outdoors on the campus in Walpole along the shores of the Damariscotta River.