Perspectives Lecture: Bubble, Bubble, Toil & Trouble
There's More to Ocean Bubbles Than You Might Think
Speaker: Grant Deane, Research Oceanographer
Bubble, bubble, toil and trouble chronicles a 30 year quest to reveal the role ocean bubbles play in weather, climate and planetary science. Formed by breaking ocean waves and trapped within ancient glacier ice, marine bubbles range from the poles to the tropics and their effects are global in scale. Bubbles bridge air and sea, driving the exchange of gas, chemicals and microbes across wind-driven oceans. The surprising effects of bubbles and some adventures of discovery will be presented. RSVP recommended.
Aquarium Members: Free
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