Speaker: Constanza Leon, Heinsohn Group, Fenner School
Group-living animals are affected by both the physical and social environment they inhabit, influencing population dynamic processes such as reproductive success, survival and d
Speaker: Jennifer Kelley, University of Western Australia
One of the commonest strategies for avoiding attack is camouflage, where an animal’s colouration resembles the visual background against which it is viewed.
Speaker: Jeff Good, University of Montana
Adaptation to environmental change is central to the origin and persistence of species.
Speaker: Alexandre Fournier-Level, University of Melbourne
The overuse of pesticides and herbicides world-wide has led to the emergence of resistance in multiple organisms: pests vectors, weeds and non-target species.