Climate change research at IBAHCM

Leading up to the COP26 UN Climate Change Conference, which will be held in Glasgow between October 31 and November 12, 2021, the Naturally Speaking team felt it was only fitting to highlight some of the brilliant climate change-related research going on within the Institute of Biodiversity, Animal Health and Comparative Medicine. In this podcast, Naturally Speaking’s Taya Forde and Joey Humble are joined by a panel of our researchers to hear about the varied studies going on within the Institute in this area. We are also joined by two of the curators from The Hunterian Museum who tell us about the special displays that will be on site over the coming months, including showcases of some of this research.

IBAHCM’s Graham Kerr Building, also home of the Hunterian Zoology Museum

Panelists (in order of appearance)

Jeanne Robinson

Mike Rutherford

Daphne Cortese

Neil Banas

Ruedi Nager

Nick Hanley

Kim Fornace

Kevin Parsons

Lucy Gilbert


Research referred to in this podcast:

Physiological and behavioural and metabolic effects of anemone bleaching on symbiont anemonefish’ discussed by Daphne Cortesse

Spatial synchrony of breeding success in the blacklegged kittiwake‘ discussed by Ruedi Nager

Nature-based solutions‘ discussed by Nick Hanley

Feature images: clockwise from left, courtesy of Anne Haguenauer (clownfish), Ruedi Nager and Mike Rutherford (guillemot captured using a thermal camera) and KK_photographics [CC BY-NC-ND 2.0] via Flickr.

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Intro and outro music sampled from: “The Curtain Rises” and “Early RiserKevin MacLeod [CC BY 3.0]

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