Research Fund - 17/10
Congratulations, Natasha Philips, who received 1400 Euros from us, which is the sum she was missing to be able to fly to the University of New Mexico and look at isotopes of sunfish fin-clips from all over the world, in order to determine their role in local ecosystems and predict the consequences if the mass removal of this species continues. Natasha's grant for her work with sunfish is being supported by the kind folks from Nausicaá, a gorgeous public aquarium in Boulogne-sur-mer. Go, Natasha! :)
Description: Congratulations, Natasha Philips, who received 1400 Euros from us, which is the sum she was missing to be able to fly to the University of New Mexico and look at isotopes of sunfish fin-clips from all over the world, in order to determine their role in local ecosystems and predict the consequences if the mass removal of this species continues. Natasha's grant for her work with sunfish is being supported by the kind folks from Nausicaá, a gorgeous public aquarium in Boulogne-sur-mer. Go, Natasha! :)