Podcast: Stories told by old bones and shells


The Sound of Science spoke with marine biologist Dr Zoe Doubleday from the University of Adelaide about her research using hard calcified tissues, such as bones, shells and teeth of marine and fresh water animals to gain a better understanding of how those animals lived, how they are affected by changes in their environment, and how this can assist in making future predictions.

Listen to the full interview.


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