Tides, snowballs and evolution - Part of the Mostyn Gallery 'The Year of the Sea Lecture Series'
A talk by Mattias Green
- Mostyn Gallery, 12 Vaughan St, Llandudno. LL30 1AB
- Thursday 8 November 2018, 19:00–20:30
- Mattias Green
- Jenny Dickinson
- More information:
The tides are crucial for sustaining climate, controlling ocean circulation patterns, and as a pump responsible for maintaining the ocean’s ability to host and evolve life. Over millions of years continents move, merge, and break up. This leads to changes in the tides and some serious consequences for life and climate. In this talk, we will go on a 1 billion year journey through Earth’s history and explore how moving continents change the tides, climate, and life.
This Lecture is sponsored by the Sêr Cymru National Research Network for Low Carbon, Energy and Environment (NRN-LCEE).
Venue: Mostyn Gallery, 12 Vaughan St, Llandudno. LL30 1AB
Drinks reception starts at 7.00 pm
Lecture starts at 7.30 pm
Attendance is free but booking is advised through calling Mostyn Gallery 01492 868191 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
This Event is part of the Mostyn Gallery 'The Year of the Sea Lecture Series' the following lectures will also be taking place:
22 November - Line Cordes: The acoustic world of marine mammals
6 December - Gareth Williams: Exploring and learning from the most remote coral reefs on Earth