Dec. 18, 2021

Interview: 'Tash' Gillies - warming oceans pushing up divorce rate of usually monogamous albatrosses

Interview: 'Tash' Gillies - warming oceans pushing up divorce rate of usually monogamous albatrosses

Natasha Gillies (pictured, and "Tash" to most) is researching the movement decisions and navigation in Wandering Albatrosses.

Tash, from the University of Liverpool, recently wrote an article for The Conversation -  "Climate Change is making monogamous albatrosses divorce - new research".

She is also a part of the Seabird Ecology Group at the university known as "SEGUL".

Tash has a particular interest in how our warming oceans are impacting the "divorce rate" among usually monogamous albatrosses.

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