Marine Mammal Physiology

Hi studenten,
Join us for an engaging second lecture of Marine March with Dr. Andreas Fahlman, a distinguished marine biologist renowned for his groundbreaking research on the physiology of animals thriving in challenging environments. Delve into the fascinating world of marine mammals, with a special focus on dolphins, as Dr. Fahlman unveils the intricate workings of their physiology.
In this captivating presentation, Dr. Fahlman will illuminate the cardiorespiratory research he conducts on dolphins, offering insights into their remarkable adaptations and physiological mechanisms that enable them to thrive in their oceanic habitat. From exploring their unparalleled diving capabilities to unraveling the mysteries of their cardiovascular systems, this lecture promises to unveil the secrets of these majestic creatures.
Moreover, discover how Dr. Fahlman’s pioneering research transcends the realm of academia, playing a pivotal role in conservation efforts aimed at safeguarding these iconic marine species. Gain a deeper understanding of the vital connection between physiological research and conservation initiatives, and learn how such knowledge contributes to the protection and preservation of marine ecosystems.
Don’t miss this opportunity to embark on a journey into the world of marine biology with Dr. Andreas Fahlman, where science meets conservation in a captivating exploration of dolphins and their unparalleled physiology. Join us for an enlightening experience that promises to inspire and inform students from all backgrounds.

NICE TO KNOW: if you attend to every lecture. There will be a prize. 


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