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The otter, the mayor and the billionaire: How they brought Monterey Bay back to life

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Stephen Palumbi, Harold A. Miller Professor of Marine Sciences and Director, Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University, CA.

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Mar 12, 2009
from 01:30 PM to 05:00 PM

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Bio Auditorium

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The Centre for Marine Biodiversity and the Census of Marine Life FMAP and HMAP Programs at Dalhousie University are hosting a visit to Halifax next week by Stephen Palumbi, Harold A. Miller Professor of Marine Sciences and Director, Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University, CA. The Palumbi Lab includes students and post-doctoral fellows actively engaged in study of the genetics, evolution, population biology and systematics of a diverse array of marine and terrestrial organisms, as well as conservation biology research (http://palumbi.stanford.edu).

During his visit Stephen will be delivering two seminars, one at the Bedford Institute of Oceanography, the other at Dalhousie University.

On Thursday March 12 Stephen can be available for research discussions with CMB members and DFO scientists and ocean managers at BIO. If you would like to schedule a meeting with Stephen, please contact Peter Lawton .

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