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MASTS webinar series
Every Wednesday MASTS will bring to you a live webinar at 1pm. These free sessions will be presented by a different MASTS member each week and will be recorded on our Youtube page: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLXIbt403rtgNOfVoGBLeUYFc0yFE9NDze

Wednesday 27th May - Dr Kara Layton (Aberdeen University) - Using genomics to investigate climate change response in marine species

Wednesday 3rd June - Dr Christopher Sweeting (Marine Management Organisation) - Non-lethal deterrent options for mitigation of seal-fishery interactions at sea

Wednesday 10th June - Dr William Sanderson (Hariot Watt University) - The DEEP project: Progress and challenges in oyster restoration

Wednesday 17th June - Dr Tania Mendo (St Andrews) - Understanding potential impacts and assessing possible mitigation of bycatch in an artisanal shrimp trawl fishery in Peru

Wednesday 24th June - Dr Declan Tobin (JNCC) - What’s the porpoise? Marine conservation; the species behind the policies

Wednesday 1st July - Dr Maria Dornelas (University of St Andrews) - title TBA

Wednesday 8th July - Dr Hermione Cockburn (Dynamic Earth) - Discovering the Deep: Public engagement outcomes and legacy from the ATLAS project

Wednesday 15th July - MASTS & SUPER Grad School 4 x 10min "My Research" Showcase: Anai Valdivia (Strathclyde), James Rimmer (St Andrews), Jack Sheehy (Heriot Watt), Liam Godwin (UHI)

Wednesday 22nd July - Dr Davina Derous (University of Aberdeen) - What is a healthy dolphin? Toward new ecological relevant health markers

If you would like to present please send us an email: masts@st-andrews.ac.uk *

Dial-in options are provided in your registration confirmation email.

For previous and upcoming talk abstracts please look at the MASTS website: https://www.masts.ac.uk/research/masts-webinar-information/
You can choose to attend one or more of the following webinars.

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