My research centres around how to monitor penguins and other marine predators in difficult environments such as Antarctica. Many of the most important environments on the planet are too data deficient to understand global change and to permit effective management. I spend a lot of time developing tools and techniques to scale up monitoring and data gathering from these environments. One of the most important is SnowBank - a repository and swap shop for polar samples, which aims to reduce the cost of polar research. I go to lots of remote places around the Southern Ocean.
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The Pale Red Dot: Colonising Mars and Beyond
The Oxford Environmental Research DTP are proud to present the following panel discussion as part of the 'Grand Challenges' Series:
'The Pale Red Dot: Colonising Mars and Beyond'
To be held from 1715 on Tuesday 2 May, 2017 at the Oxford Martin School. Speakers include:
Dr Ellen Stofan (former NASA Chief Scientist) Libby...
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