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Life in Antarctic Extremes by Prof Lloyd Peck (British Antarctic Survey)

An evening with Prof Lloyd Peck, a well-known and respected scientist who has delivered the famous Royal Institution Christmas lectures.

Antarctica offers one of the most hostile and rugged environments on the planet and in order to survive, life has to cope with extreme conditions and yet the ecosystems are incredible fragile.


Professor Lloyd Peck | talks


Date and Time:

14 September 2006 at 6:00 pm


2 hours



Millennium Point
Curzon Street
B4 7XG
0121 202 2222

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