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Online Ecology Seminars December 8th - 14th
The Ridley Seminar Series at the University of Newcastle are looking for Virtual Seminar speakers in January and February of next year. Get in touch here @mooreofeleanor or here @ModEviPol
Looking forward to what sounds like a very interesting seminar tomorrow evening hosted by please tune in peeps. zsl.org/science/whats-… #conservation
presents tomorrow's Tuesday seminar - on the consequences of predator-free conservation for endangered species. Morning tea 10:30am, seminar 11am, both by Zoom.
Join us for the last LTAR Seminar of the year next Tuesday Dec 8 at 12 pm ET. Your hosts Dr. Liz Lange and Matthew Zipple will share some of their research. Join us via Zoom: duke.zoom.us/j/96479400387 or YouTube: youtu.be/Kv8PH0DD6Gk
I'll be giving a public, virtual seminar next Tuesday evening as part of the Spotlight series! Join us and hear about the evolution of armor, spines, sprays, and aposematism in mammals! bit.ly/3qaju6l (password 349044)
Our next speaker is Leticia Avilés from University of British Columbia, she will talk about the ecology of spider sociality. Join us on Youtube to get a LIVE notification！ youtube.com/channel/UClXFO…
The next seminar is coming up on the 9th of December! Dr Maria Spyrou ( & ) will talk about 'Ancient DNA contributions into pathogen ecology and evolution'! To tune in please check pinned tweet poster details.
🗓️On December 9, at 2:00pm (Lisbon time) don’t miss the “Large and statistical ” by Olivier Gimenez ()! Joint organization by , and . Via Zoom, pre-registration necessary: ➡️forms.gle/rYsb4csoRSLAuz…
Our 2nd webinar about big data is on Wed 9 Dec at 1pm AEDT. Come along to hear how research is growing our understanding of where species live, how they respond to a changing climate, and how we can support healthy ecosystems. Register now! events.csiro.au/Events/2020/No…
EEB Seminar: Join us for our final EEB of the semester! Next Thursday, Dec. 10th, Dr. Catherine Rushworth will be speaking on ‘Ecology and evolution of mate choice in wild plant populations’. The seminar will be at 12:30 pm, DM for the zoom link! 🌼🌱🌸
Dr. Sean Brillant, CWF Senior Conservation Biologist, will join to present new research on whales and ship strikes next Thurs, Dec 10. Register for the webinar here: ow.ly/K64w50CDeO9.
@marinemammalogy is continuing our SMM Seminars: Editor's Select series on Thur. Dec 10. Join us to learn about: Assessing the lethality of ship strikes on whales using simple biophysical models. Jump over to our FB event for info: https://t.co/qzdksTWLyD https://t.co/4FM4D4cB6Y
Charles Littnan @HImonkseal
On Dec 10 @ 11am EST, join us for a virtual scientific seminar with Dr. Nyeema Harris, Assistant Professor + Director of the Applied Wildlife Ecology Lab at . Harris will present 'Risk & Reward: How Carnivores Survive in Dynamic Urban Environments'.
are an important tool for conservation with a long history of success in Canada. Where do these existing areas fit in to the framework? Check out this free next week to find out!
Make sure to add next week's #webinar to your calendar: https://t.co/ExM4mOLSLf. Andrew Couturier (@BirdsCanada) will discuss the relationship between Important Bird and Biodiversity Areas (#IBAs) and #KBAs in Canada. https://t.co/UUWvd7hIbM
Next Thursday (10/12) at 1-2pm UK time, we will welcome Dr Kathelijne Koops , University of Cambridge ! 'Of Apes and Tools: Insights into the Evolution of Technology' Register here: liverpool-ac-uk.zoom.us/meeting/regist…
It is time! I will be giving my exit seminar this Friday 4PM AEST! Hear me talk about developmental plasticity 🥚 reaction norms 📈 genetic & non-genetic variation 🧬 in Australia's favourite little brown skink 🦎 bit.ly/39P4s0e
Seminar this week by on "Assessment of coral reef ecosystem status and conservation in the Indian Ocean" Friday 11 December at 15.00 on Teams: teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/…