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Online Ecology Seminars November 10th - 16th
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Join us tomorrow, Nov 10th at 9:00 am for EEB grad student Kirby Mill's prelim seminar: "The effects of management interventions and large carnivore declines on predator-prey interactions in coupled human-natural systems." Check your email or DM us for details.
Join us for the next Inspired Science Webinar, featuring Daniel Rohksar, Professor of Computational Biology as he disrobes the comparative analysis of genomic diversity across animals & their relatives. sambasci.com/dovetail-webin…
A reminder that we have these great talks coming up tomorrow, November 10! See you at 12pm EST Zoom: duke.zoom.us/j/96479400387 YouTube: youtu.be/gEYZYlc0ea0
Next week we will hear from Charli Davies (@CharliSDavies) and Dr. Marcela Benítez (@mebenitez85). Tuesday, November 10 @ 12 pm EST Zoom: https://t.co/X7Q35924DW YouTube: https://t.co/uQMSxFATd0
Wednesday (11/11, 0800 UTC) SCB's Emerging Issues speaker is Dr. Friederike Bolam (Newcastle) speaking on: “How many bird and mammal extinctions has recent conservation action prevented?” currently in press in Conservation Letters.
We are thrilled to invite you in our next Seminar Series. We are honored to have Jean Paul Hirwa. This time the event is taking place on Wednesday, November 11, at 3 PM (UTC+2). -All are welcome! You can attend the event via meet.google.com/eoz-yssr-mbh
OIST Foundation Launches New Climate and Environment Related Series - Join us on Wednesday, November 11 at 7:00 PM EST for the first webinar titled, The Future of Biodiversity in the Pacific Region. Details here:
Coming Wednesday Hopi Hoekstra will be talking about the genetics and evodevo behind the adaptation of mouse tails! Live stream on YouTube: youtu.be/uYGLKQcPWRY Look up your local time: timeanddate.com/worldclock/fix… Q&A on Slack: bit.ly/EvoEco2
Let's talk about ants🐜🐜🐜! from will present on Wednesday at 10:15 in our how vs. ants are affected by change in 🇲🇬 PM us for the webinar link!
This Thursday, we will hear from Dr. Ximena Bernal () ! Ornaments, enemies, and sensory filters in the evolution of communication systems. November 12, 2020 4:00 pm CT Livestream here: youtu.be/x6fk_bdMfkY
ATTENTION ECOLOGY STUDENTS: SEEDS is hosting an ecology careers panel! Nov 12 - 6-7:30 PM ET Register here: esa.zoom.us/meeting/regist… Join us to connect with a diverse group of ecology professionals to learn about their jobs and their journey!!
Thursday 12th is our final official webinar for 2020, by Prof Marlene Zuk, talking about ongoing evolution. Please join us. Wed: 3pm LA - 5pm Mexico - 6pm NYC & Bogota - 8pm Sao Paulo. Thurs: 10am Canberra Details & Zoom👇👇 biology.anu.edu.au/news-events/ev…
We are a launching a monthly seminar series to highlight some of our Marine Mammal Science editors’ favorite recent articles. It starts next week with mystery marks on dolphins! Follow this link to learn more.
🌽Next thursday scientists from the Park will be discussing methods of crop and pest controls and their impacts on and for week. Get 2 Basis Points for this event Register: bit.ly/3iR3hy9
🐺 FREE WOLF WEBINAR on NOV. 12! Join Tom Gable, project lead for , to find out if wolves really do change rivers, + learn about the connection wolves have to all the valuable ecological processes that occur from beaver-created wetlands. engage.nywolf.org/site/MessageVi…
GSBI Speaks: FIRST GLOBAL SOIL BIODIVERSITY ASSESSMENT: FROM SCIENCE TO POLICY. Webinar: November 12, 2020, 2pm - 3:30pm GMT. For more information and to sign up: globalsoilbiodiversity.org/webinar-part-1
During our upcoming Technical Webinar, we will review the latest and updates of the species in , as well as in and ! Learn more & register: 4vultures.org/bearded-vultur…
Friday, November 13th at 11 am, EEB graduate student will present her prelim seminar: "Ecological and physiological tradeoffs in the evolution of snake coloration." Check your email or DM us for details. Best wishes, Hayley!