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Popular Science Talk Series MOLLUSKS by Mr. Vincent WONG




Popular Science Talk Series

MOLLUSKS by Mr. Vincent WONG

 

Mollusks are familiar, mysterious as well as beautiful. They are the second largest animal phylum in the world, only ranking behind arthropods. But in terms of morphological diversity or disparity, mollusks far outstrip arthropods. Of their seven classes, gastropods (snails and slugs), bivalves (clams and oysters) and cephalopods (octopus, squids and cuttlefish) are of global economic importance as a source of food. Mollusks' body design, shell-making mechanism, feeding methods, locomotion, self-defense, sex and reproduction are extremely interesting and mind-boggling. Last but not least, many of their shells' colorful and delicate appearances managed to capture a large number of collectors for years and are demanding high prices.

 

About the Speaker

Mr. Vincent WONG

        Graduated from HKU in physical Geography 1971

        MD Jardine Transport Services Group 1971-2000

        MD Kerry Logistics Group 2000-2009

        Fellow Chartered Institute of Transport and Logistics

        Fellow Chartered Institute of Shipbrokers

        Lecturing Logistics as Adjunct Associate Professor at CUHK and Professor of Practice at PolyU.

        Visited over 100 countries including Antarctica, Iraq, Iran, Jordan, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Madagascar, Namibia, Botswana, Ethiopia, Iceland, Mexico, Galapagos, Mauritius, Easter Island, Chile, Ecuador, Canary Island, Azores Island plus many places in China such as Inner Mongolia and Qinghai. Acted as organiser and tour leader in many trips.

        Give talks regularly to members of the HK Geological Society and HK Mineralogy Society.

 

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Terms and Notes

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For enquiries, please contact Mr. Thomas LEUNG at thomas.leung@hkuaa.hk or on 2522 6113.


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