Davis Thompson Foundation – Coral Diseases
They are the silent builders of ecosystems, of reefs that stand as monuments to time and tide, and sadly, the sentinels of the damage we are doing to our oceans and our planet. This unique and first-of-its-kind seminar will give you an insight into this fascinating invertebrate species and what we know about their anatomy and disease by the leaders in the field. Don’t miss out on this FREE day of continuing education – we have less than 250 seats left.
1) Attendees will be familiarized with basic coral anatomy, physiology gross and microscopic morphology
2) Attendees will learn about etiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis of the most important diseases of corals
3) Attendees will be exposed to the importance of coral health and its relations to the ecosystem
Tuesday, Feb 23. 7am-5pm (Pacific Standard Time – Los Angeles Time)
If you were planning to catch the rebroadcast of this seminar, unfortunately, we will be unable to rebroadcast it due to issues involving copyright and intellectual property issues. So the live version will be the only way to see this unique workshop.
We regret any inconvenience that this poses, especially for those in difficult time zones.
Because of the tremendous demand for this course, we recommend being on time for its broadcast.
Even more info on the flyer below!
Date(s) - 23/02/2021
7:00 am - 5:00 pm