Nathan joins me on the podcast to discuss how our evolutionary instincts are affecting our environment; How Brexit may lead to better management (or maybe not); We are Sea Grant; We are starting to see the ecological effects of the BP oil spill on marine
Nathan joins me on the podcast to discuss:
1) How our evolutionary instincts are affecting our environment;
2) How Brexit may lead to better management (or maybe not);
3) We are Sea Grant;
4) We are starting to see the ecological effects of the BP oil spill on marine habitats; 5) Some people are trying to safe crayfish using cement blocks.
Enjoy the podcast!
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