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Imperial Lates Online: Back to Nature
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Explore the human impact on the forests of Costa Rica with this audio-visual soundtrack. Jenna Lawson is working to save the endangered spider monkey. Taking her real-life forest recordings, art collective super/collider have created an immersive journey from untouched biodiverse forests, to the haunting silence of disturbed plantations. biodiverse/earth conveys the beauty in the diversity of life and what we lose when we destroy these incredible ecosystems.
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Antarctic Krill: Carbon Conveyor Belt of the Southern Ocean
Find out how tiny krill are making a gigantic difference in this animation! The Southern Ocean is one of the largest regional ocean sinks for atmospheric CO2, partly due to Antarctic krill, small crustaceans at the centre of the region’s food web.
Back to Nature: A crowdsourced poem by Dan Simpson
This piece was crowdsourced as part of poet Dan Simpson's residency at Imperial College London. After setting prompts with Imperial researcher Dr Ans Vercammen, Dan collected words from the public on the theme of our relationship to nature. Using these, he edited these contributions together to create this poem.
Take a coffee break and tune in to some of our favourite nature-themed excerpts from the Imperial Podcast. From sounds of the rainforest to green economies, these 5-minute morsels are perfect for tea and biscuit time.