Mass Extinctions: The End of the World as We Know It
Extinction is a natural process that occurs on Earth. Why does it happen? Who wins and loses? How is it relevant to us today?
There have been periods in the Earth's history when large numbers of species have perished in concert, which we deem 'mass extinction events'.
Join Professor Saupe as she discusses her research on mass extinctions and how her work is relevant to the ecosystem crises facing us today.
This event is free, but please book your tickets in advance.