Travel in the world of reefs
November 30, 2013, 11.00 am
Presented by: George Stefan Nazareanu
The reefs are lithological bodies of calcareous nature, massive or stratified, generated by fixed benthic organisms (corals, stromatoporids, calcareous algae, etc.) in warm, clear and well oxygenated marine waters. They can generally be found up to 60 meters deep.
In this conference, we will make a digital journey in the spectacular world of reefs, a world as abstract, so interesting, full of unique organisms and painted in all the colors of the rainbow. Moreover, we will meet arlechni, clowns, surgeons, leopards, as well as other special inhabitants of the reefs.
Together we will find out how this world was created, how organisms existing in this environment interact and co-exist, which are the factors that threaten the reefs with disappearance and what measures need to be taken globally to conserve the few reefs that still exist.
The conference is part of the educational program: "In Antipa, behind closed doors"
Participation in the event is based on the ticket for visiting the Museum: students and students - 5 lei, pensioners - 10 lei, adults - 20 lei.
Participants can register up to 70 places by phone: 021.305.60.31 or by e-mail: [email protected]
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