Jellyfish: Friend or Foe?
Jessica Schaub, PhD Student in Oceanography at UBC
December 9, 7-9pm
Jellyfish have been in the oceans for 600 million years – they are one of the oldest animal lineages that are still around today. Unfortunately, jellyfish are often seen as pests because of the negative interactions that they have with people. In fact, jellyfish are integral for healthy ecosystems, but they don’t get much credit for it. This session will explore some of the key roles that jellyfish play in the ocean and balance the narrative that is typically associated with these stinging beauties.
Please RSVP in advance. Registration is free. Your confirmation email will contain the zoom link.
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