School of Natural Sciences
Ecology and Evolution Seminar Series 2014
|14 February||Jenny Roe (University of York)||TCBR seminar: Is biodiversity a driver in the health benefits of green space?|
|20-21 February||Botany & Zoology Postgraduate Symposium (TCD)||All Botany and Zoology postgrads will present their work over two days - click here for venue and timetable information. There will also be several guest speakers - see below. Click here to download the abstract booklet. All welcome!|
|20 February: 09:00||Sophie Arnaud-Haond (Ifremer)||Clonality in evolutionary ecology: knowledge and challenges|
|20 February: 13:45||Lesley J. Morrell (University of Hull)||Hiding in the crowd: anti-predator aggregation in animals|
|21 February: 09:00||Fiona Jordan (University of Bristol)||Culture evolves! How phylogenetic methods and evolutionary theory are transforming anthropology and linguistics|
|28 February||Staff seminars: Yvonne Buckley & Natalie Cooper (TCD)||
1. Translocating co-dependent species threatened by climate change: insights from invasions
|7 March||Phil Stevenson (University of Greenwich)||Pollinator fidelity in coffee and citrus: is it all just sex and drugs|
|14 March||John Hutchinson (Royal Veterinary College)||Six-toed elephants and knobbly-kneed birds: case studies in the evolution of limb sesamoid bones|
|21 March||Gerhard Zotz (University of Oldenburg)||Epiphytes: a critical review of concepts, facts and assumptions|
|28 March||Amy Pedersen (University of Edinburgh)||A systems ecology approach to infection and immunity in the wild|
Seminars will take place on Fridays at 3:00 pm in the Botany Lecture Theatre, Botany Building, TCD, unless specified otherwise.
Beverages and snacks will be provided after presentations.
For past seminars in this academic year, click here.