Kim E Beazley Lecture Theatre
90 South St
Murdoch, WA 6150
What do WA shipwrecks, climate and fish have in common? They are all influenced by the Leeuwin Current! Join Professor Lynnath Beckley as she explores how this unusual current influences life in WA as it flows from north to south along our coast.
Discover how modern technology is used in her research, particularly to examine the effects of the Leeuwin Current on the planktonic larvae of fishes and rock lobsters.
Professor Beckley is a marine scientist, specialising in the Indian Ocean and leading research on biological oceanography.
Tickets for this lecture are free, but please RSVP to secure your place.
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