AN AFTERNOON WITH Dr JENNIFER MAROHASY
Dr Jennifer Marohasy has a Bachelor of Science and a PhD from the University of Queensland. She has worked at universities, run a research station in Madagascar, implemented an environmental audit for the Queensland sugar industry, and is currently a Senior Fellow at the Melbourne-based think-tank, the Institute of Public Affairs while spending most of her time in Queensland – variously between Noosa, Yeppoon and at the Great Barrier Reef.
Dr Marohasy has been published in international climate science journals including Atmospheric Research and Advances in Atmospheric Research and has edited two books on climate change. Jennifer will share her insights into the Great Barrier Reef and will show us the photos of the sea creatures residing on the GBR. We will start our event with a short movie featuring Dr Marohasy and a complimentary small popcorn.
Due to the unforeseen
circumstances, Dr Peter
McCullough’s presentation has
been postponed for March 2024.