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CarbonQuest - Aberdyfi Community Council
Could you be a 'Citizen Scientist'?

Bangor University is on the lookout for ‘Citizen Scientists’ to take part in a new project, Carbonquest, looking at the importance of salt marshes in the absorption of CO2  to combat climate change. They need our help. It involves completing a simple plant and soil survey, using  equipment provided by post, and returning samples with a pre-paid  envelope.                                                                                                                                                          You can find out more information about the project at   c-side.org/citizen-science-1. Or contact Cai Ladd at cside@bangor.ac.uk. Thank you.

 

Posted by: Aberdyfi Community Council, 12:50:29 - 20/06/2019

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