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  • 31 mins , 49 secs

    5 years ago by Adam Richardson
    The Isles of Scilly are one of the most remote and beautiful parts of the UK. They support a rich and diverse cross-section of life but, due to the effects of climate change, the islands have been identified as under threat. We linked live to Scilly to meet our scientists on their field trip to study the molluscs (snails, slugs, squids and clams) that inhabit the islands. With Jon Ablett, Andreia Salvador and Miranda Lowe
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  • 33 mins , 46 secs

    5 years ago by weasel
    Part of the Field work with Nature Live - Isles of Scilly 2013 series of events. In the Attenborough Studio, Pat Wolseley was hosted by Aoife Glass, and in Scilly, Tom Simpson was joined by curator of lichens, Holger Thues. Find out more in the blog: http://bit.ly/wb4ZV9
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  • 30 mins , 28 secs

    5 years ago by Adam Richardson
    From violent eruptions to breathtaking lava flows, volcanoes are found across the globe and come in many different varieties. Join us to find out about these beautiful and dangerous phenomena from Museum scientists David Smith and Chiara Petrone, when we linked-live to them on 6 February 2013. David and Chiara were in Mexico to study Popocatepetl, the second-highest volcano in North America. With Camilla Wilkinson of the Open University in the studio.
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    5 years ago by Adam Richardson
    Watch our 9 Feb 2013 Nature Live where we live-linked to our scientists studying one of the most active volcanoes in Mexico, Popocatepetl. See how these beautiful and dangerous phenomena behave and discover the different types there are in the world. With Camilla Wilkinson of the Open University in the studio and Chiara Petrone and David Smith of the Museum out in the field.   The event was BSL interpreted - see what other BSL events are coming up.
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  • 29 mins , 54 secs

    5 years ago by Adam Richardson
    Meet Imperial College scientisit, Tim Cockerill, who has been out in the field studying parasitoid wasps. Hear about his recent experiences in Borneo and discover more about these diverse and important insects. We also link live via satellite connection to Museum scientists Dan Carpenter and Pat Wolseley and science communicator Charlotte Coales who are still in the field, discovering what insects they've encountered and what it's like living and working in the rainforest.
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  • 27 mins , 52 secs

    5 years ago by Adam Richardson
    Meet Museum scientist Paul Eggleton who will be revealing the secrets of collecting insects and showing us some of the weird and wonderful equipment used on a recent expedition to the rainforests of Borneo. We also link live via satellite connection to another Museum scientist, Dan Carpenter and science communicator, Charlotte Coales who are still in the field, discovering what insects they've encountered and what it's like living and working in the rainforest.
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    5 years ago by Tony Vinhas
    Dan Carpenter shows us how to make a pitfall trap.
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  • 28 mins , 59 secs

    6 years ago by Tony Vinhas
    Recording of the Nature Live event in the Museum's Attenborough Studio with Verity Nye on 9 March 2012.
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  • 27 mins , 4 secs

    6 years ago by Tony Vinhas
    Recording of the Nature Live event in the Museum's Attenborough Studio with Dr Adrian Glover on 8 February 2012.
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