Wednesday 14th June at 19:30 at Lancaster Maritime Museum
Phytoplankton are the smallest plants on the planet, yet vital to all life. While they drift at the mercy of ocean currents, they are very sensitive to their environment, and are capable of explosive growth when they encounter the right conditions. In this talk we will look at the phytoplankton sampled at Knott End over the last 18 months, to get a glimpse of its diversity, and begin to understand how it changes over time.
Join us on Wednesday 14th June 2023 at 19:30 at Lancaster Maritime Museum to find out more.