Please Note: This seminar series has finished. For information on our current seminar series please see our Seminar Series webpage.

All seminars will be held in the Boardroom, OUCE, 1-2pm on Thursdays unless indicated otherwise below. For further information contact Prof. Rob Whittaker.

Week 1: Thursday 11 October 2007

Citation classics or simply important? The ultimate guide to the biodiversity and conservation literature.

Dr Richard Ladle, School of Geography, Oxford.

Week 2: Thursday 18 October 2007

A general model of oceanic island biogeography.

Prof. Rob Whittaker, School of Geography, Oxford.

Week 3: Thursday 25 October 2007

Can we value biodiversity?

Dr Pam Berry, Environmental Change Institute, Oxford.

Week 4: Thursday 1 November 2007

Governing the wild bird trade in Indonesia: does the solution lie with the bird-keepers.

Dr Paul Jepson, School of Geography, Oxford.

Week 5: Thursday 8 November 2007

Environment and health: landscape, land cover, land use and vector-borne diseases.

Dr Sophie Vanwambeke, Environmental Change Institute, Oxford.

Week 6: Thursday 15 November 2007

Refugia and biodiversity conservation.

Dr Shonil Bhagwat, School of Geography, Oxford.

Week 7: Thursday 22 November 2007

Modelling climate change impacts on mountain plants.

Mandar Trivedi, School of Geography, Oxford.

Week 8: Thursday 29 November 2007

Response and resilience of Madagascar's hottest hotspot to past sea-level rise and aridity.

Malika Virah Sawmy, School of Geography, Oxford.