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Free seminar on ocean preservation: "No Blue, No Green"

Dr. Sylvia Earle pioneered as a woman ocean scientist, studying marine life and even living underwater for two weeks. On October 4 she is keynote speaker at a free seminar at UiS.

Picture of Sylvia Earle in diving gear (Photo: Stuart Pearce) Marine Biologist Dr Sylvia Earle

The seminar, titled No Blue No Green in her honour, is hosted by the University of Stavanger (Faculty of Science and Technology) in cooperation with IRIS (The International Research Institute of Stavanger) and the Rachel Carson Prize.

The venue is Tjodhallen, which is in the Kjølv Egeland building at Ullandhaug (UiS main campus). The seminar starts at 0900 hrs on October 4, 2017, and lasts until noon.

Programme:

Welcome

When pesticides become medicine
Renee K. Bechmann, Senior research scientist, IRIS

"No harmful effect" discharge regulation - a challenge to assess
Steinar Sanni, Assistant professor, Faculty of Science and Technology, Department of Mathematics and Natural Science University of Stavanger & Chief Scientist, IRIS

Blue bioeconomy in the future
Elisa Ravagnan, Senior research scientist, marine environment, IRIS

eDNA for marine species monitoring and conservation
Thierry Bausant, Chief scientist, marine environment, IRIS

No Blue, No Green, No Life
Anne Merethe Skogland & Else Dybkjær. Anne Merethe Skogland, Associate professor, Faculty of Science and Technology, Department of Industrial Economics, Risk Management and Planning. Head of Architecture - Rambøll Stavanger. Else Dybkjær, Landscape Architect MAA MDL & Head of Landscape Architecture - Rambøll Stavanger 

Fate and effects of synthetic polymers - the sub-micro-plastic problem
Roald Kommedal, Associate professor, Faculty of Science and Technology, Department of Mathematics and Natural Science, UiS

No Blue, No Green
Sylvia Earle, American marine biologist, explorer, author, and lecturer. She has been a National Geographic explorer-in-residence since 1998. 

Earle was the first female chief scientist of the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and was named by Time Magazine as its first Hero for the Planet in 1998. The same magazine recently ranked her as one of the Women Who Changed The World (video).

After the seminar: Mingling on stands + lunch 

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