Goolwa cockles used to record our past – 3 min presentation on Elsevier Audio Slides

Elsevier is now offering the option to prepare and upload audio slides that will appear on the same page as your publication.

AudioSlides are short, webcast-style presentations that are shown next to online articles on ScienceDirect. This format gives authors the opportunity to present their research in their own words, helping readers understand quickly what a paper is about and determine its relevance.

Professor Bronwyn Gillanders has put together a great three minute explanation of her paper: Calibrating the element composition of Donax deltoides shells as a palaeo-salinity proxy which explains how Goolwa cockles are not only tasty treats, but can be used to record our past.

Check out the presentation below.

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