A public workshop at the Royal Albatross Centre where you will learn how to collect and use environmental data to take action for the environment.
There will be 15 minute presentations about Litter Intelligence, Red-billed gull Project and Marine Metre Squared (MM2) citizen science projects followed by field trip to Pilots Beach to collect litter data and other field observations (MM2 and Red Bill Gull) followed by a session on how to use data to take action for the environment.
Don't forget to bring appropriate footwear for exploring the shore (gumboots are always good!) and dress for cold / wet weather.
Sorting of the rubbish and interpretation of results will follow.
Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult.
This event is part of the 2021 New Zealand International Science Festival.
|Date||Saturday, 17 July 2021|
|Time||1:00pm - 4:00pm|
|Audience||Public,Staff,Postgraduate students,Undergraduate students|
Royal Albatross Centre, 1260 Harington Point Road, Dunedin
|Cost||$10 per adult or family group (any number of people)|
|Contact Name||Tamlyn Somerford|
|Contact Phone||03 479 5845|