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PREDICTS Project: Global Analysis Reveals Massive Biodiversity Losses

Thu, 21 May 2015 14:44:08 +0000

The changing climate is only one of a myriad of pressures faced by global biodiversity – we are also changing habitats and altering land-use on an unprecedented scale. The first global analysis published from the PREDICTS project reveals the striking global effect of land-use change on local biodiversity patterns, and highlights the importance of future […]

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Academic Retreat

ZSL Mappin Pavilion

Joint GEE/IOZ Research Away Day

Mappin Pavillion, Institute of Zoology, London Zoo Regents Park

Thursday 18 April 2013   

09:00-10:00 Coffee
10:00-10.30

Jon Bielby (IoZ)

Behavioural, ecological and epidemiological impacts of badger mortality

10:30-11:00

Nazif Alic (IHA)

Transcriptional control and ageing in Drosophila: beyond dFOXO

11:00-11:30

Paola Oliveri (GEE/CDB)

Regulatory control and evolution of skeleton in echinoderms

11.30-12.00

Richard Pearson (CBER)

Modeling species’ ecological niches and geographic distributions

12.00-12.30

John Allen (Visiting Professor GEE)

Energy, fidelity, ageing, sex. Oocyte mitochondria are quiescent genetic templates

12:30-14:00

Lunch

14:00-14:30

Paul Jepson (IoZ)

Investigating impacts of chemical and noise pollution in dolphins and porpoises

14:30-15:00

Oliver Davis (UGI)

Mapping the UK's genetic and environmental hotspots

15:00-15:30

Garrett Hallenthal (UGI)

Inferring ancestry and historical mixing events using haplotypes

15:30-16:00

Tea

16:00-16:30

Nichola Raihani (GEE)

Human punishment is motivated by inequity aversion not a desire for reciprocity

16:30-17:00

Trent Garner (IoZ)

Determining when infectious diseases are conservation threats to amphibians

17:00-18:00 Drinks

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