Online Ecology Seminars 22nd - 29th June
Subfields in this edition: Rainforest Conservation, Sloth Bear Ecology & Human-Bear Conflicts, Biodiversity and Livestock, Marine Biodiversity Dialogues, Spatial Data on Small Islands, Studying Butterflies and New Species, Tracking Short-Term Evolution, NGS Sequencing and eDNA surveys, Global Trade in Reptiles, IUCN Business, Freshwater and Coastal Watershed Ecosystems, Hummingbird Energy Usage, How Large Herbivores Shape Tropical Forests, Stories in Entomology, German Biodiversity Exploratories, Supporting Bee Diversity on Farms.
Join the free webinar for @W_RainforestDay where our @CherylDKnott from @GPOrangutans will be joining @BlueVentures @IAR_updates for a Q&A about rainforest conservation, lead by @mongabay! #rainforestconservation #primateconservation healthinharmony.org/webinar/
Panelist #1 for Vidhi's talk on 'Human-Wildlife Interaction in India': Dr Harendra Singh Bargali, Deputy Director (Uttarakhand) at @TCF_wildlife, has done studies on sloth bear ecology & human-bear conflicts. Watch him speak on June 22, 6 pm. Register: bit.ly/37yTvg6
Can biodiversity be included in environmental assessments? Can it be reduced to a single measure? On 22 June, #FAOLEAP is having a webinar to present the new guidelines for the assessment of #livestock impacts on #biodiversity. 🚨 Don't miss it out! 👉 tiny.cc/axjtqz
What: Webinar on Marine Biodiversity Dialogues When: Tues, June 23, 7:00pm ET/4:00pm PT Register: pew.webex.com/pew/onstage/g.… #SciComm #SciPol #SciencePolicy
#Spatial data is powerful! How do they help policymakers monitoring #biodiversity? How do platforms like unbiodiversitylab.org improve monitoring processes? To find out, join the @UNDP @UNEP & @UNBiodiversity webinar on 23 June! bit.ly/2Uer0i5
We're heading into National Insect Week #NIW2020, so join Museum scientist Dr Blanca Huertas LIVE Tuesday 23 June from 12.00 BST as she shares her experience studying butterflies and discovering new species #EntoAtHome
nhm.ac.ukNature Live Online | Natural History MuseumJoin the Nature Live Online team on Tuesdays and Fridays for free, interactive talks with our scientists.
Next week we'll hear from Dr. Nancy Chen (@popgenchen)! She'll be speaking about, "Tracking short-term evolution in a wild pedigreed population" Tune in for incredible, wild popgen! On June 23 at 12pm EDT: Join on Zoom: duke.zoom.us/j/91887525236 YouTube: youtu.be/POveuMGmzjk
Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) is revolutionizing environmental DNA (eDNA) surveys. Evaluate eukaryotic biodiversity utilizing metabarcoding techniques among different marine ecosystems in Japanese coastal waters through this webinar. Register now: ilmnmkt.illumina.com/2016004677
A primer to the global trade in reptiles; scale, issues, and conservation implications
Wednesday June 24th 6pm BST / 10am PDT
Visit @HerpSeminars where a live link will appear a few minutes before the event.
What are the critical factors for establishing a successful business and biodiversity platform? Drawing on lessons from @Panorama_Planet case studies, @IUCN will tell all in a webinar on 25 June, from 14:00-15:00 CEST. Register now - bit.ly/2X6Xv3D #BioBizExchange
Tune in for the next Labside Chat with Eric Palkovacs on Thursday, June 25, 2020, at 11:00 AM PDT, to explore the unique characteristics of freshwater and coastal watershed ecosystems. seymourcenter.ucsc.edu/learn/ongoing-…
Excited to give an Ecology Live talk with the @BritishEcolSoc about hummingbirds and their strange energy management ways. Thursday after next, June 25, 10:00 ET / 15:00 BST / 19:30 IST / 22:00 SGT Register here :) talkbritishecologicalsociety.org/event/ecology-…
Very excited that John Terborgh, one of the legends of tropical ecology, will present our @oxtropforests zoom seminar next week. Thu 25 June, 4 pm UK time. “How large herbivores shape tropical forests”. All welcome to join. Book here:
tropicalforests.ox.ac.ukOnline seminar: Impacts of large herbivores in closed-canopy tropical forests - The Oxford Centre for Tropical ForestsOnline seminar followed by Q&A. All welcome – book here NB: This seminar will start at 4pm UK time/BST Speaker: John W. Terborgh, James B. Duke Professor of Environmental Science / Co-Director of the Center for Tropical Conservation at Duke University Large herbivores, such as elephants, rhinos…
Looking forward to our online #entomology event for #NIW2020 next Friday, hosted by @UKLadybirds with @AshWhiffin @EstherNgumbi @Perpetra & @WaspWoman youtube.com/watch?v=aJu6fj… #insects #littlethingsthatruntheworld #EntoAtHome #stem
We're very excited here at ECT about our next webinar coming up 26 June, 12.30-1.30pm BST. Markus Fischer & Eric Allan, Inst of Plant Sciences Uni of Bern will be speaking on the German Biodiversity Exploratories. Book the date & more here: ecologicalcontinuitytrust.org/webinars #LTER @ecology
[Webinar June 26] The Bee’s Knees: Supporting Wild Bee Diversity on Farms, offered by @SaskOrganics. To learn more and to register visit: saskorganics.org/events/