On November 28 at 7:00pm in the Education Auditorium at BAMZ, Dr. Jamie Bacon will deliver a lecture entitled: “How Pollution is Affecting Bermuda’s Wildlife: Potential Implications for Human Health”.
Dr. Bacon will discuss the her findings of the last twelve years of the project, including the deformities in cane toads, killifish and red-eared slider terrapins due to the air and water pollution we create.
She will also introduce phase three of the project, which will centre on ways to reduce the pollution as well as the pollution’s effects in humans. The lecture is free for the public, although space is limited so seats are first come, first served.
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