Weekly seminars covering a range of topics Weekly seminars covering a range of topics

These talks take place on a Tuesday at 1 pm in EFRY 01.02. Note: many of these speakers and talks are provisional and subject to change.




Spring 2015

13 Jan

Danielle Gilroy (BIO)

Immune genes in the Seychelles warbler 

20 Jan

Kathryn Ross (British Trust for Ornithology)

Predicting the effects of sea-level rise and habitat loss on the Poole Harbour avocet population: an individual-based modelling approach

27 Jan

Liam Crowther (BIO)

The colonisation of the UK by Bombus hypnorum, a rare window on the dynamics of successful invertebrate populations at large, nested scales. Some preliminary results

3 Feb



10 Feb

Tom Finch

A multi-population study of migration in the near-threatened European Roller
17 Feb

Julie Bremner (CEFAS)

John Pinnegar (CEFAS)

How to survey marine ecology without destroying it?

Blowing hot and cold – a century of climate and fish interactions in the North Sea

24 Feb

Cat Horswill

The relative importance of opposing drivers in determining population change in Macaroni penguins

3 March



10 March



17 March



25 March (Wed)

Wouter Vansteelant (University of Amsterdam) Weather and migration in the European honey buzzard
14 April    
21 April    
28 April Sarah Marburger tbc
5 May    
12 May Will Nash (BIO) tbs
19 May Rebecca Franklin (BIO) tbc
26 May    

Past Seminars

Organiser: James Gilroy