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Zoology Seminars

Semester 2, 2018

When: Friday, 12:00 midday

Venue: Benham Seminar Room (B215), Department of Zoology

   

13.July

Professor Malcolm MacIver, Mechanical Engineering and Neurobiology, Northwestern University, USA

Can ecology induce cognition?

20.July

Anh Tuan Nguyen, Department of Zoology

Biological functions of gonadotropic hormones during the early stages of ovarian development in shortfinned eel

27.July

Professor Robert Poulin, Department of Zoology

Division of labour and the secret social lives of parasites

3.August

Professor Gerry Closs, Department of Zoology

Larvae and life history: do larval needs drive freshwater fish distribution and life history?

10.August

Luke Easton, Department of Zoology

Taxonomy and genetic management of New Zealand native frogs

17.August

Professor Malcolm Forster, Philosophy of Science, Fudan University, Shanghai

Statistics and the challenge of complexity: An illustration from ecology

24.August

Dr Travis Ingram, Department of Zoology

The dimensionality of individual niche variation

31.August

Mid-semester Break

7.September

Professor Alison Mercer, Department of Zoology

Oh, Beehave!

14.September

Marine Richarson, Department of Zoology

Bullied bullies: Effects of antagonistic interactions on individual specialisation of a small native fish

21.September

Dr Priscilla Wehi, Landcare Research, Dunedin

Scientific explorations in the socioecological interface

28.September

Professor Robin Kundis Craig, University of Utah

Interaction between climate change, water management and law

5.October

Ann-Kathrin Schlesselmann, Department of Zoology

Linking science and management for effective long-term conservation: A case study of black-fronted terns

12.October

Dr Kalinka Rexer-Huber, Department of Zoology

A birds’ eye view of Southern Ocean change: abundance, connectivity and tracking of circumpolar petrels

Contacts: Ronda Keen (479-7976) or Liz Slooten (e-mail

     

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