Guest Seminar at Glasgow University (UK)

I was back in the UK last week, and was delighted to be able to present to the Fish Research Group at the University of Glasgow about some of the deep-pelagic work we've been doing lately in the Gulf of Mexico, and how we've been trying to establish some general ecological "rules" that govern the behaviours and distributions of the deep-living fishes there.

Rosanna Milligan presenting to the Fish Ecology research group at Glasgow University (SCENE)

It went really well and sparked some really interesting discussions afterwards. So, thank you again to the organisers for having me along for the day and giving me the opportunity to talk to you!

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