Ecology and Evolution Seminar Series

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

Upcoming events

15
Oct
2019
Speaker: Craig White, Monash University
Animals expend energy to process information, to forage for and digest food, to move, to grow and reproduce, and to generate or dissipate heat.
29
Oct
2019
TBA
Speaker: Simone Blomberg, University of Queensland
TBA
05
Nov
2019
TBA
Speaker: Jacqueline Nguyen, Australian Museum
TBA

Past events

10
Jul
2014
Speaker: Nelson Simbiken, Cooper Lab, EEG
In pest insect biology, the resource concentration hypothesis considers how suitability and availability of host plants are involved in pest population dynamics.
19
Jun
2014
Speaker: Dr Anne Peters, Monash University
Fairy-wrens (genus Malurus) are cooperatively breeding, socially monogamous birds, notorious for extremely high levels of extra-pair paternity.
12
Jun
2014
Speaker: Michael Kasumovic, Evolution & Ecology Research Centre, School of Biological, Earth & Environmental Sciences, UNSW
Sexual selection is a potent force shaping the mating systems of all animals.
Researcher in the Australian alps
05
Jun
2014
Speaker: Veronica Briceno, Nicotra Lab, Division of Evolution, Ecology and Genetics
Alpine areas are often described as comprising gradient of warm air temperatures at low elevations to cold air temperatures at high.

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