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Online Ecology Seminars December 1st - 6th
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Next Tuesday (Dec 1 at 12 pm ET) we will hear from Dr. Lauren Petrullo and Dr. Michelle Brown. Join us via Zoom: duke.zoom.us/j/96479400387 or YouTube: youtu.be/Zh4O9vit5PU
Tune into Zoom tomorrow at 12pm ET for a McGuire Center seminar from Dr. Emilie Snell-Rood : "Nutritional constraints on brain and life history evolution across butterflies" All are welcome: ufl.zoom.us/j/94944480196
Our next speaker is Marta Manser from University of Zurich, she will talk about the origins and evolutionary forces shaping the diversity of vocal signals. Join us on Youtube to get a LIVE notification！ youtube.com/watch?v=Z9rvv5…
Ismael Ramirez will be giving a seminar titled "Host Range testing of Conura annulifera (Hymenoptera: Chalcididae): a Promising Biological Control Agent to Protect Darwin’s Finches in Galapagos" on 12.1.2020 at 3:00. z.umn.edu/5xu8 For pswrd, email alindsey[at]umn. edu
presents tomorrow's Tuesday seminar - on megafauna restoration, trophic rewilding and conservation management. Morning tea in Great Court at 10:15am, seminar by Zoom 11am.
Detailed programme of the Webinar Series 'Genetics and Evolution'. Here is a link to a PDF version with clickable links. drive.google.com/file/d/1vsLjTw…
Detailed programme for the Webinar Series on 'Genetics and Evolution' organized by the Journal of Genetics (@IAScBng): great talks from 1-10 December. https://t.co/q0RiArMslE
Amitabh Joshi @joshiamitabhevo
WORKSHOP 🎫 The third event from our new platform ‘& Another Thing’ giving an open & honest space for conservation issues. Presentation from on resilience and burnout plus mentoring / Q&A / resources from our guests - eventbrite.co.uk/e/another-thin…
Our seminar series wraps up for the semester on Wednesday, December 2nd at 12pm EST! Please message us if you'd like to access the Zoom link!
Get ready for ! 🟫🪱 Join us for a webinar: 'Keep Soil Alive, Protect Soil Biodiversity,' featuring Dr. , 2020 World Food Prize Laureate. 🗓️ December 2 🕙 10 am EST Register now ➡️bit.ly/2V7Vq5H
Join us on Wednesday December 2nd at 18:00 GMT for our seminar 'Competition and Climate Change: Understanding the Future of Puerto Rican Anoles' by Anna Thonis from Stony Brook University! The link to join this will be posted here on Wednesday!
Sheila will be talking about our recent paper on conservation messaging to on Dec. 2 as part of this new seminar series!
Need to re-think #conservation strategies? Want to use experiments and #failfast approaches to learn faster? Join us on Dec 2 at 12 pm Eastern/5 pm GMT for the @Society4ConBio Emerging Issues in Conservation Seminar. https://t.co/CCafPRd2Xn https://t.co/pnoBGBfD49
Sheila Walsh Reddy @NatureReddy
The UNM Biodiversity Webinar Series—Fall 2020 is presented by the Species in Peril project at UNM. The online symposium is free and open to the public, but registration is required. Register for next week, Dec 03 and find more information via speciesinperil.unm.edu/wp/unm-biodive…
Heads up! Our "Science Off Tap: Mangroves on the Move" event is on the move thanks to Hurricane Eta, and it has officially been rescheduled! It will now take place on Dec. 3 at 7 p.m. Tune in to this event co-hosted by , and register here: bit.ly/mangrovesTESI_….
Our last LIVE webinar of 2020 is Dec 3rd w/ of BRON Limited who will share her work on , incl. & efforts throughout . Hope to see u there! More: angari.org/mangrove-resea…
EEB Seminar: Join us next Thursday, Dec. 3rd for a seminar by Peter Soroye , PhD Candidate from . He will be speaking on ‘Climate change and land use change impacts on pollinators’. The seminar will be at 12:30 pm, DM for the zoom link!
“Reef Debrief” webinar 💻 Join us this World Wildlife Conservation Day on Friday, Dec. 4th (1pm) for a Virtual LIVE@Frost Science panel event! The webinar will feature world-class coral reef & coastal scientists to introduce the 🐠🏙🌊 Link in bio for more info!