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 from 1pm on Mondays in MSc Teaching Room 1 in the School of Geography and the Environment unless indicated otherwise below. For further information please contact Prof. Rob Whittaker.

Week 2: Monday 20 October 2008

Mitigation and adaptation: Assessing the threats and opportunities for biodiversity.

Dr Pam Berry, Environmental Change Institute, Oxford.

Week 3: Monday 27 October 2008 - BCM Alumni Seminar Series

Marine resource use and conservation in Madagascar.

Rachel Lenane, Environment Agency.

Week 4: Monday 3 November 2008

Beringia: Palaeoecological insights into an ice-age refugium.

Dr Hilary Birks, University of Bergen.

Week 5: Monday 10 November 2008 - BCM Alumni Seminar Series

On the trail of a snail: Researching the biogeography and parasitology of Biomphalaria snails in Lake Victoria.

Claire Standley, Natural History Museum, London.

Week 6: Monday 17 November 2008

To MPAs and beyond: Progressing marine conservation around England.

Dr Paul Gilliland, Natural England.

Week 7: Monday 24 November 2008 - BCM Alumni Seminar Series

Integrating highly migratory species into high-seas Marine Protected Area Planning: A global gap analysis.

Francine Kershaw, UNEP World Conservation Monitoring Centre.

Week 8: Monday 1 December 2008

Spatio-temporal analysis of soil CO2 efflux in an elevation transect of the Peruvian Andes.

Cecile Girardin, School of Geography and the Environment, Oxford.