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Join us for this talk to learn what the key impacts of climate change are on marine ecosystems and why it matters.

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With rising global temperatures and more extreme weather events, we can feel and see the effects of climate change for ourselves. These impacts reach far and wide and are felt by the marine life in the world, from the tropics to the poles. Join us to learn what the key impacts of climate change are on marine ecosystems and why it matters.

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Dr. Chua Siew Chin is a lecturer at the National University of Singapore, Ridge View Residential College, where she teaches environmental sustainability. She is a forest ecologist by training and studies the feedbacks between plants and their environment at human-impacted landscapes. Her research focusses on restoring degraded tropical rainforests.

Dr. Gonzalo Carrasco is a researcher at Earth Observatory of Singapore at Nanyang Technological University, where he studies pollution in the coastal environment. He is a chemical oceanographer, and works in regional rivers, mangroves and coastal waters, where he measures metal pollution and the ability for the natural system to cope with it.


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