Dr Kim Last who is a co-investigator on the DIAPOD project and is the Pricipal Investigator on the CAO CHASE project has teamed up with Andy Crabb at the Scottish Association for Marine Science to make this fantastic video to describe the CHASE project.

Copepods are the most abundant and fastest multi-cellular species on the planet, but they face an uncertain future, especially in the Arctic, because of climate change. Jump aboard with SAMS scientists from the NERC funded CHASE project as they go in search of these tiny superheroes of the oceans.

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