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Meet a Scientist: The air we breathe


Location

Dunedin Community Gallery

20 Princes St, Dunedin, 9016, New Zealand


Date

Tue10 July


Time

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Sold Out


Cost

Free

Meet the evil twin of global warming with scientist Anna Kluibenschedl and introducing our critter of the week: coccolithophores with Ro Allen, both scientists are from CARIM (Coastal acidification - rate, impacts and management of Aotearoa).

This event is part of Ōku Moana (My Oceans) and the NZ International Science Festival.

Ōku Moana: An Art and Science Exhibition as part of the International Science Festival and Puaka Matariki, 2018, featuring community engagement through creative hands-on art activities, art-making and story-telling.

The exhibition includes demonstrations and workshops around the themes of impacts on our local coastal and harbour ecosystems through ocean warming, rising sea levels and ocean acidification.

Audience: Family friendly – Suitable for all ages, workshops and activities aimed at 8-12 year olds - with parental engagement expected. (Children must be accompanied)

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