Online Ecology Seminars 29th June - 5th July
Subfields in this edition: Snow Leopard Conservation in Mongolia, Butterfly Conservation and Reintroduction, Climate Change and Life History Theory, Science Conferences, Chimpanzee Behavioural Diversity, Bottlenose Dolphin Research, Seychelles Conservation, Conservation Genomics in the Threatened New Zealand Hihi Bird, Reverting the Insect Apocalypse, Butterfly Life History Strategies, Crane Conservation in Southeast Asia, Traditional Chinese Medicine and the Demand for Endangered Wildlife, How can we make Ecology and Conservation More Professional? and Human Influences on Adaptation in the Galapagos Islands.
🦋Join us on MONDAY for an MS Exit Seminar by Sarah Steele Cabrera! "Ecology and Conservation of an Endangered Butterfly with an Evaluation of Reintroduction Techniques" Jun 29, 2020 at 9:00 am #UFBugs #NationalPollinatorWeek @swamphiker @FloridaMuseum
This Monday Rob Salguero-Gómez (@Rob_SalGo) will be talking about climate change and life history theory! Live stream on YouTube: youtu.be/_H53DxAmgHg Look up your local time: timeanddate.com/worldclock/fix… Q&A on Slack: bit.ly/EvoEco2
UCT is hosting a series of virtual online conversations that will seize the moment to rethink global collaborations for a sustainable and equitable planet. #newglobaluni Register to join the first virtual conversation event on 29 June at 17:30 to 18:00: bit.ly/NewGlobalUni
Dont forget to join us next TUESDAY for our 2nd #snowleopard webinar; with updates from conservation efforts in Mongolia! We have over 70 signups already so dont forget to signup and login early. signup here: us02web.zoom.us/meeting/regist…
The next virtual Primate Conversations seminar is on Tuesday 30th June at 4pm BST, Dr Ammie Kalan will present "A Pan-African Perspective: Chimpanzee behavioural diversity across their range." Please tune in to the talk here: youtu.be/4sGVAaXo0nw.
Next week (6/30) we we'll hear from Dr. Janet Mann! She'll be speaking about, "Diving beneath the surface: 3 decades of research on wild bottlenose dolphins" On June 30 at 12pm EDT: Join on Zoom: duke.zoom.us/j/91887525236 YouTube: youtu.be/Be938fWJAm8
SAVE THE DATE ! 🌾 On Tuesday 30th June, Seychelles National Museums present the webinar "Safeguarding the Seychelles Biodiversity and its Conservation Work" with ICOM Seychelles. Don't miss it 🇸🇨
Next week’s ERI speaker is Dr Anna Santure from University of Auckland. A new system to get the zoom link for those outside Waikato: register here forms.gle/jUC9ccJw8jTRVb…
Webinar: Reverting the Insect Apocalypse: Wednesday, 1st July, 7pm-8pm. Dave Goulson, leading national expert in bumblebee and pollinator ecology, will explain why insects are in decline and suggest how we should tackle this crisis. Book your free place: ow.ly/Kri450Abkh2
Wednesday, Chris Wheat (@ChrisWWheat) will be talking about the evolution of a fascinating alternative life history strategy in butterflies! Live stream on YouTube: youtu.be/I0UlKucXXV8 Look up your local time: timeanddate.com/worldclock/fix… Q&A on Slack: bit.ly/EvoEco2
Join us for our next #fromthefieldseries webinar with Southeast Asia Program Coordinator Tran Triet on Thursday, July 2, at 11 a.m. CDT ~ Cranes in the Rice Zone – #saruscrane Conservation in Southeast Asia. Register at bit.ly/3eE1Rpv
Traditional Chinese medicine is one of the oldest healthcare systems, but its recipes sometimes include wildlife threatened with extinction. How can TCM practitioners observe the age-old tradition while ensuring the protection of endangered animals? RSVP:bit.ly/pangolinwsg4
Somehow volunteered to give a BES talk "How we can make ecology and conservation more professional". Keen for bright ideas (will credit) for creating a global community with greater effectiveness, influence and funding. Thanks!
bit.lyEcology Live - British Ecological SocietyThe British Ecological Society is broadcasting free online talks on the latest ecological research during the coronavirus lockdown period.
Dr. Gotanda (@photopidge) is a Visiting Research Fellow at @Cambridge_Uni whose contributions span ecology, evolution, behaviour, and conservation (kiyokogotanda.com). Watch her talk this Friday July 3rd at 4pm EDT