PENELOPE BERTOLLI
Biological Scientist
University of Macreader, Menzies

“I work in shifts. In the morning I work on the migration of tropical species down the east coast of Australia, and in the afternoon I work on the migration of the ocean’s plankton. Such shifts scare me because we can’t predict the impact of these shifts. There will be winners and losers as a result. Perhaps because of more energy in the morning I can help the tropical species problem more. There will come a time when I – we – need to have answers. Revolving shifts perhaps? This might be one answer.”

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