An Interview with CIA Graduate Grant Achatz '94
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The Undercover Economist Strikes Back [Audio]
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Conférence enregistrée le 20 juin 2011 à l'IFSI à Arras.


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Winter Lecture Series - 2009: Diet detective: What's on the menu for our coastal marine animals?
Dr McLeod – the 2008 McDiarmid Young Scientist of the year – has a fascination with the slimy and disgusting that has seen her study hagfish in Fiordland and metre-long worms in Antarctica. She looks at the importance of rain forest and sea ice for the diets of these creatures. What if more forests are cut down, or if the sea ice disappears? Armed with these answers, it is becoming possible to predict the challenges ahead for these coastal creatures, and for coastal ecosystems in general. 20
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Winter Lecture Series - 2009: Diet detective: What's on the menu for our coastal marine animals?
Dr McLeod – the 2008 McDiarmid Young Scientist of the year – has a fascination with the slimy and disgusting that has seen her study hagfish in Fiordland and metre-long worms in Antarctica. She looks at the importance of rain forest and sea ice for the diets of these creatures. What if more forests are cut down, or if the sea ice disappears? Armed with these answers, it is becoming possible to predict the challenges ahead for these coastal creatures, and for coastal ecosystems in general. 20
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