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Spinach and Potatoes are coming along nicely! They鈥檙e loving this cool HK winter almost as much as I am. I just set up 4 more beds for more @SWIMSHKU veggies
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Sneak peak at the November edition of @NatGeoMag 馃槵馃く. I can鈥檛 believe I鈥檓 in it! Pick one up to read about mine and #stansheas work researching #hongkongs threatened marine environment. Proud to represent @stable_isodope @SWIMSHKU and @hku_science. Thank you #swiretrust
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I let a large basil bolt to seed 2 months ago, shook it down, took it down, mulched with some grass clippings, and now I鈥檓 rearing up the next generation of pesto machines 馃構 #rooftopgardening
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Beautiful view from our marine institute tonight, a very happy mid autumn festival 馃帄
A happy Mid-Autumn Festival from everyone here at SWIMS!馃寱馃ギ馃帒 #MoonFestival photo credit @santhoshnaveens
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Come listen to @joncybulski tell us why #isotopes are isoDOPE! The first E&B seminar of the semester, taking place right now (4-5pm) in 3N-01
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Have a look at this really great #MarineEcosystemDiaries infographic. You can download this (& other) posters with beautiful graphics & great info on shellfish! 馃Κ馃挋 #oysterreefs #generationrestoration @themarinediary
鉁 FREE POSTER DOWNLOAD 鉁 Check out the seventh #MarineEcosystemDiaries infographic, all about the filters of the sea.... SHELLFISH REEFS Ready to discover this unappreciated ecosystem? Download here: bit.ly/3DqqD9m
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Excited to hear my @stable_isodope labmate @AliCoraly speak now about a big tracer project she ran: "Tracing the flow of nutrients through an acroporid holobiont using duel-isotope labeling" #EBRS2021
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@ChloeWebster19 gives us the last talk before coffee break: "Species distribution modeling to conserve the critically endangered helmeted hornbill" #EBRS2021
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The beauty and the threats. Two slides in and already great visuals from @ChloeWebster19 at #EBRS2021 @hku_science @HKU_BGSA
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Next up, post-grad Ying Chen tells about her work: "Genetic variation and gene flow among Asian elephant populations in China"
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#conservation #paleobiology in action! Exciting blog post featuring my #coral paleo work as well as @VrikoY #conservation work - both from @stable_isodope. It鈥檚 great to be involved in a tangible conservation story. I hope you enjoy my blog about it! @hku_science @SWIMSHKU
Hong Kong + Corals + Biodiversity Research = ??? Check out our blog post, submitted by @JonCybulski, on how conservation paleobiology can successfully be used for restoration conservationpaleorcn.org/unc鈥
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Day 2 of #EBRS2021 kicks off with @celiaschunter discussing #molecular tools & how they can be used to study #populations 馃悹馃敩 We have a jam-packed day of talks today so make sure to check out the schedule below - you don鈥檛 want to miss them!
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A wonderful kickoff to day 2 of #EBRS2021 hearing about #populationgenetics in grouper in the Mediterranean by @celiaschunter I can鈥檛 wait to hear more about grouper in HK later from @arthurcyc at 16:15 during the lightning talks
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#SWIMSHKU is almost ready to be occupied! I cannot wait to start seeing these seats fill up with busy postgraduates again!
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