The Environment Agency's report on Exploratory sea level projections for the UK to 2300 is available here.
HOP (HELP OUR PLANET) TALK No. 3
Professor Tom Brereton on Whales and Dolphins in Lyme Bay
The talk takes place at the Marine Theatre Lyme Regis on Tuesday 3 August at 7pm and is the third in the series ‘Help our Planet’.
Tom is well known sight in West Bay observing bird migration. He is steeped in knowledge of the wild life of the area and a breadth of experience in ecology and conservation. He is an ideal person to lead our considerations about how we can help to sustain the coastal ecology of Lyme Bay.
After the talk he will be joined by the panel of marine ecologists and the evening ends with questions from the audience. Do join them for a fascinating evening.
Tickets can be bought via the Theatre website.
More about Tom Brereton Tom has had a lifelong passion for all forms of natural history, and a varied career in wildlife research and nature conservation spanning the last 15 years. After graduating in Environmental Science, Tom spent several years working for the RSPB on a number of birds, botanical and invertebrate survey and research projects. Following an MSc in Conservation at UCL he worked as an independent ecological consultant specialising in botanical surveys. Tom returned to academia in 1993, to complete a PhD on the ecology and conservation of the Grizzled Skipper butterfly. He then worked for Butterfly Conservation, as a monitoring and species ecologist, Tom is a visiting Professor at Exeter University and active in local botanical, insect and bird surveys. He pursues his interest in seabirds and cetaceans as the Director of MARINElife), a charity that is dedicated to the conservation of marine wildlife through research and educational activities.
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