Ecology and Evolution Seminar Series

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

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24
May
2024
3.30–4.30pm 24 May 2024
Murraya Lane, Ford Group, E&E, RSB
Bushfires are a major disturbance process in the Australian landscape, affecting our native wildlife and their habitat. The dry sclerophyll forests of south-eastern Australia are one of the most fire-prone regions in the world and are dominated by tree species from the Eucalyptus genus.
E&E PhD Exit Seminar: Investigating the effects of bushfires on koalas and their habitat
Bushfires are a major disturbance process in the Australian landscape, affecting our native wildlife and their habitat. The dry sclerophyll forests of south-eastern Australia are one of the most fire-prone regions in the world and are dominated by tree species from the Eucalyptus genus.. More information here: https://biology.anu.edu.au/news-events/events/ee-phd-exit-seminar-investigating-effects-bushfires-koalas-and-their-habitat
2024-05-24 05:30:00 to 2024-05-24 06:30:00Z
2024-05-24 05:30:00 to 2024-05-24 06:30:00Z
Please note: this seminar will be held in the Eucalyptus Rm and via Zoom, details are included below. Eucalyptus Room, Rm S205, Level 2, RN Robertson Building (46) Please click the link below to join the webinar: https://anu.zoom.us/j/84277312278?pwd=SFNxemJaZVlsbkMvOVB1amE1UGswUT09 Passcode: 324423 Canberra time: please check your local time & date if you are watching from elsewhere.
30
May
2024
1–2pm 30 May 2024
Sam Passmore, Genetics & Language Diversity, ANU
New Guinea is the heart of global linguistic diversity. New Guinea makes up 1% of the global land area as an island, containing less than <0.2% of the world's population and 20% of all languages. The obvious linguistic and anthropological question is why?
E&E Seminar: Tracing the threads of linguistic and genetic diversity in New Guinea
New Guinea is the heart of global linguistic diversity. New Guinea makes up 1% of the global land area as an island, containing less than <0.2% of the world's population and 20% of all languages. The obvious linguistic and anthropological question is why? . More information here: https://biology.anu.edu.au/news-events/events/ee-seminar-tracing-threads-linguistic-and-genetic-diversity-new-guinea
2024-05-30 03:00:00 to 2024-05-30 04:00:00Z
2024-05-30 03:00:00 to 2024-05-30 04:00:00Z
Please note: this seminar will be held in the Eucalyptus Rm and via Zoom, details are included below. Eucalyptus Room, Rm S205, Level 2, RN Robertson Building (46) Please click the link below to join the webinar: https://anu.zoom.us/j/84016728368?pwd=cXY0OWlpZStyem5jMUZwblRBWmlkUT09 Passcode: 349022 Canberra time: please check your local time & date if you are watching from elsewhere.

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