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Prof. Natalie Stoeckl & team outline and estimate the monetary value of a subset of #Antarctica & the #SouthernOcean ecosystem services including fisheries, tourism, & a suite of regulating + maintenance services🇦🇶

New Research 🚨

Dr Niyomi Pethiyagoda, Dr Emily Ogier & Prof Darla Hatton MacDonald explore stakeholder views on coastal & marine #EcosystemServices associated with the expansion of #SalmonAquaculture using lower-impact forms of production in Tasmania👥

There will be some CMS representation at @ABARES outlook 2024 - Shaping the Future: Opportunities, Risks & Resilience 🍃

@GrettaPecl & @exel_martin will join @Honepatrick on day 2 to discuss marine fisheries in a changing climate 🐋🐟🌊

More info here - https://www.agriculture.gov.au/event/abares-outlook

CMS Student Edith Shum is looking for anyone with a connection to Bruny Island, Tasmania to fill out a quick scoping questionnaire.

Edith's exciting PhD research explores the role species play in shaping our connections to Bruny Island🦘🦅🐧🐝🌿

https://utas.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0Bd81vlEwXvBJpI

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