Ecology and Evolution Seminar Series

Seminars from the RSB Division of Ecology and Evolution (E&E).

Upcoming events

27
Feb
2018
Speaker: Assoc Prof Devi Stuart-Fox, University of Melbourne
The adaptive significance of animal coloration is clear: it matters for survival (camouflage, warning coloration, mimicry) and it matters for reproduction (sexual and social sig
02
Mar
2018
Speaker: Charles Marshall, University of California, Berkeley

Past events

20
Feb
2018
Speaker: Brooke Crowley, Departments of Geology and Anthropology, University of Cincinnati (Cincinnati Ohio, USA)
Understanding how animals move within and across landscapes is a conservation priority.
16
Feb
2018
Speaker: Dr Geoffrey Hill, Auburn University
Eukaryotic performance hinges on the coordinated function of the products of the nuclear and mitochondrial genomes in achieving oxidative phosphorylation.  Because two genomes a
19
Jan
2018
Speaker: Sarah Hsieh, Foley Group, E&E, RSB
Increased human disturbance to forest ecosystems has exacerbated the spread of fungal pathogens to non-native environments.
06
Dec
2017
Speaker: Annisa Satyanti, Nicotra Group, E&E, RSB
Alpine ecosystems are considered to be particularly sensitive to the effect of global warming because they are characterized by species adapted to low temperatures.

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