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Events

Summary of our 6th Aqualife Talkshow which came up on Friday 13th of March 2020.

Topic: Human activities and it’s effect on the Aquatic environment.

Our guest was Mr John Oluwatosin.

Points form the Talkshow:
The Aquatic body is a very delicate and very important environment, if not taken care leads to deterioration and death of the organisms.

There are series of human action that has effect on the environment and they include:

1. Oil spillage: the bitumen that is being used in road construction is found in the water and when there is no proper mining of the bitumen, it rises above the water turning it black and also blocks oxygen and light penetration and this leads to death of them of the fishes.

2. Sewage disposal: most rural environment uses the water body as a dumping site for their sewage which is not supposed to be so.

3. Urbanization.

4. Use of inappropriate fishing gears, e.g use of mosquito net.

Solution:
1. Proper enlightenment about the dangers and effects of water pollution.

2. Proper regulation and monitoring of fishing gears.

Glory be to God for the success of our second edition. Our discussion was about the SEA LION. Our guest for the day was Mr Ojo Evans.

  • Date: 04/04/2019 12:00 AM
  • Location: Federal University Of Technology Akure, Ondo State, Nigeria.
  • More Info: Fisheries and Aquaculture Tech Lab, behind agricultural Engineering Lab, Obakekere, FUTA.

Glory to God for the success of today’s edition of Aqualife7000 talkshow.

  • Date: 04/24/2019 10:12 PM
  • Location: Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria.
  • More Info: Limnology laboratory.

Glory to God for the success of yesterday’s edition of Aqualife7000 talkshow.

  • Date: 05/09/2019 12:00 AM
  • Location: Federal University of Akure, Nigeria
  • More Info: Limnology Laboratory

Description

The aquatic organism treated was the DOLPHIN, our guest for the day was DR Mrs Igejogbon. The following are few points from today’s show.

1. We have d mammal dolphin and the fish dolphin.

2. The show was abt d mammal dolphin.

3. Generally there r over 40 species of dolphin

4. They r very friendly

5.  They smile alot because of d curvature of their mouth.

6. They can grow up to 50-150kg

7. The mammals r not brightly coloured

8. They feed on fishes; squids and other smaller mammals

9. Their mode of feeding is “the hunt and catch”

10. They behave like humans in certain ways, e.g the opposite sex go into relationship

11. Some dolphins v been trained 2 b involved in military, some as pet.

12. They are very intelligent and with high sense of memory like humans

13. They can sense sound from very far distance

14. They give birth to their young ones alive

15. The guest made us understand that it is healthy population wise to kill dolphins in order to control their abundance.

Thank you, to watch the video, to our FB page @aqualife7000, don’t forget to follow us on FB and twitter as well and share with your family and friends🤓

#aqualife #lifeinwater #aquaticworld #Sdg14

Glory be to God for the success of Aqualife7000 5th talkshow which took place on the 23rd of May 2019.

  • Date: 05/23/2019 12:00 AM
  • Location: Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria.
  • More Info: Limnology laboratory.

Glory be to God for the success of Aqualife7000 5th talkshow which took place on the 23rd of May 2019.

  • Date: 05/23/2019 12:00 AM
  • Location: Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria.
  • More Info: Limnology laboratory.

It all went well on the 1st of November 2019 when Aqualife7000 visited Great Lillies Montessori college to discuss Ocean and plastic pollution.

  • Date: 11/01/2019 12:00 AM
  • More Info: Great Lillies College

Aqualife7000 team members went as volunteers to clean the ocean.

  • Date: 09/19/2019 12:00 AM
  • Location: Oniru, Beach, Lagos, Nigeria
  • More Info: Oniru Beach

The exercise took place on the 19th of September 2019.

The exercise lasted for 5 hours.

Data on tonnes of wastes recovered will be announced by world ocean conservancy.

The program held on the 16th of October2019 was to enlighten the students about the 17 SDGs, focusing more on SDG 3 and 14.

  • Date: 10/16/2019 12:00 AM
  • Location: Yaba, Lagos, Nigeria
  • More Info: Queens College.

It all went well at the SDG greatest lesson organised by the Sanitation club at Queen’s college,Yaba, Lagos.

The program started few mins past 4pm with two of the Queen’s college Sanitation club giving the opening lecture.  Sherrifat the leader of the Sanitation club spoke about Sanitation, the importance and effect.

The program was rounded up by the invited guest, a representative of the u_recycle.initiative and team lead of Aqualife7000 Mr Paul Ayomide spoke about ocean and plastic pollution.

1st TalkShow

Summary of our 6th Aqualife Talkshow which came up on Friday 13th of March 2020.

Topic: Human activities and it’s effect on the Aquatic environment.

Our guest was Mr John Oluwatosin.

Points form the Talkshow:
The Aquatic body is a very delicate and very important environment, if not taken care leads to deterioration and death of the organisms.

There are series of human action that has effect on the environment and they include:

1. Oil spillage: the bitumen that is being used in road construction is found in the water and when there is no proper mining of the bitumen, it rises above the water turning it black and also blocks oxygen and light penetration and this leads to death of them of the fishes.

2. Sewage disposal: most rural environment uses the water body as a dumping site for their sewage which is not supposed to be so.

3. Urbanization.

4. Use of inappropriate fishing gears, e.g use of mosquito net.

Solution:
1. Proper enlightenment about the dangers and effects of water pollution.

2. Proper regulation and monitoring of fishing gears.

2nd Talkshow

Glory be to God for the success of our second edition. Our discussion was about the SEA LION. Our guest for the day was Mr Ojo Evans.

  • Date: 04/04/2019 12:00 AM
  • Location: Federal University Of Technology Akure, Ondo State, Nigeria.
  • More Info: Fisheries and Aquaculture Tech Lab, behind agricultural Engineering Lab, Obakekere, FUTA.
3rd Talkshow

Glory to God for the success of today’s edition of Aqualife7000 talkshow.

  • Date: 04/24/2019 10:12 PM
  • Location: Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria.
  • More Info: Limnology laboratory.
4th TalkShow

Glory to God for the success of yesterday’s edition of Aqualife7000 talkshow.

  • Date: 05/09/2019 12:00 AM
  • Location: Federal University of Akure, Nigeria
  • More Info: Limnology Laboratory

Description

The aquatic organism treated was the DOLPHIN, our guest for the day was DR Mrs Igejogbon. The following are few points from today’s show.

1. We have d mammal dolphin and the fish dolphin.

2. The show was abt d mammal dolphin.

3. Generally there r over 40 species of dolphin

4. They r very friendly

5.  They smile alot because of d curvature of their mouth.

6. They can grow up to 50-150kg

7. The mammals r not brightly coloured

8. They feed on fishes; squids and other smaller mammals

9. Their mode of feeding is “the hunt and catch”

10. They behave like humans in certain ways, e.g the opposite sex go into relationship

11. Some dolphins v been trained 2 b involved in military, some as pet.

12. They are very intelligent and with high sense of memory like humans

13. They can sense sound from very far distance

14. They give birth to their young ones alive

15. The guest made us understand that it is healthy population wise to kill dolphins in order to control their abundance.

Thank you, to watch the video, to our FB page @aqualife7000, don’t forget to follow us on FB and twitter as well and share with your family and friends🤓

#aqualife #lifeinwater #aquaticworld #Sdg14

5th TalkShow

Glory be to God for the success of Aqualife7000 5th talkshow which took place on the 23rd of May 2019.

  • Date: 05/23/2019 12:00 AM
  • Location: Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria.
  • More Info: Limnology laboratory.
6th TalkShow

Glory be to God for the success of Aqualife7000 5th talkshow which took place on the 23rd of May 2019.

  • Date: 05/23/2019 12:00 AM
  • Location: Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria.
  • More Info: Limnology laboratory.
Time-Out at Great Lillies College

It all went well on the 1st of November 2019 when Aqualife7000 visited Great Lillies Montessori college to discuss Ocean and plastic pollution.

  • Date: 11/01/2019 12:00 AM
  • More Info: Great Lillies College
Oniru Beach Clean-Up

Aqualife7000 team members went as volunteers to clean the ocean.

  • Date: 09/19/2019 12:00 AM
  • Location: Oniru, Beach, Lagos, Nigeria
  • More Info: Oniru Beach

The exercise took place on the 19th of September 2019.

The exercise lasted for 5 hours.

Data on tonnes of wastes recovered will be announced by world ocean conservancy.

Time-Out at Queen's College

The program held on the 16th of October2019 was to enlighten the students about the 17 SDGs, focusing more on SDG 3 and 14.

  • Date: 10/16/2019 12:00 AM
  • Location: Yaba, Lagos, Nigeria
  • More Info: Queens College.

It all went well at the SDG greatest lesson organised by the Sanitation club at Queen’s college,Yaba, Lagos.

The program started few mins past 4pm with two of the Queen’s college Sanitation club giving the opening lecture.  Sherrifat the leader of the Sanitation club spoke about Sanitation, the importance and effect.

The program was rounded up by the invited guest, a representative of the u_recycle.initiative and team lead of Aqualife7000 Mr Paul Ayomide spoke about ocean and plastic pollution.