Ecology and Evolution Seminar Series

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

Upcoming events

22
Feb
2019
Speaker: Zoe Reynolds, Cardillo Group, E&E, RSB
Fires are a major cause of disturbance in ecosystems all over the world.
22
Feb
2019
Speaker: Ian Brennan, Keogh Group, E&E, RSB
Over geological time, the earth’s surface and climate have changed, rearranging continental plates and oscillating between a hothouse and snowglobe.
26
Feb
2019
Speaker: Maeva Techer, Okinawa Institute of Sciences and Technology
Varroa mites are ectoparasites infesting honeybee colonies and originally found only in Asia.
12
Mar
2019
Speaker: Ilya Ruvinsky, Northwestern University
Organisms exchange chemical signals that can shape a variety of behavioral and physiological responses; the latter have received relatively little attention.

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Past events

19
Feb
2019
Speaker: Christian Rixen & Sonja Wipf, Team Mountain Ecology, WSL Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research SLF, Switzerland
In cold biomes, the distribution of plant species and the composition of vegetation communities is strongly shaped by climatic conditions.
08
Feb
2019
Speaker: Thomas Semple, Peakall Group, E&E, RSB
Thynnine wasps are a remarkable group of insects.
11
Jan
2019
Speaker: Phillipa Beale - PhD Candidate - Foley Group
The nutritional decisions of herbivores are inextricably tied to the thermal environment they experience.
05
Dec
2018
Speaker: Eleanor Stalenberg, Foley Group, RSB, ANU
Mapping species vulnerability to climate change Forecasting how a changing climate will affect wildlife is a major goal in scientific research and policy.

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