Centre for Research in Ecology Seminar Series 2017/2018
Seminars take place on Thursdays, 1 - 2pm, Richmond, room (1007).
Harry Marshall, University of Roehampton - Early-life conditions in banded mongooses
Adrian Barnett, National Institute for Amazonian Research, Brazil - Sloths, otters and uacari monkeys: 20 years of conservation-based ecological research in the Igapó flooded forests of Amazonia
Jonathan Green, University of Liverpool - Can tracking seabirds really help with conservation?
Antonia Ford, University of Roehampton - Genomic characterisation of wild tilapia populations
Caroline Spence, Queen Mary University of London - Are demographics a predictor of public belief in animal mind?
Andreas Fahlman, Fundacíon Oceanografíc, Spain - Cetacean conservation physiology: recent advances from technological innovations
Tom Houslay, University of Exeter - Untangling ‘coping styles’: individual and genetic variation in stress response
Alan McElligott, University of Roehampton - Perceptive and clever: the life of a goat
|30 Nov||Isabel Magalhaes, University of Roehampton - Ecology and genetics of adaptive radiations|
|07 Dec||Discussion Session|