Seminars

The Global Ecology Lab has been active in running the Ecology and Evolution Seminar Series at Flinders University since early 2018. All presentations are recorded (unless otherwise requested by the presenter) and available for viewing following the links below.

 


14.06.2019: Dr Emily Fobert ‘Polluting the night with light means losing more than just stars


07.05.2019: Prof Galen HalversonSupercontinents, snowball Earth, and the emergence of animals

 


26.04.2019: Dr Giovanni StronaThe hidden paths to biodiversity loss

 


28.03.2019: Assoc/Prof Paul WillisCommunicate your science! Everything has changed, and so must we

 


27.02.2019: Prof Richard Warwick ‘The contrasting size-related life histories of benthic fauna in macro- and microtidal estuaries’ & Dr James Tweedley ‘The estuaries of south-western Australia: the good, the bad, and the salty’ (watch both seminars here)


20.02.2019: Asst/Prof Nicholas Payne ‘Accelerating shark research: from biomechanics to bites’


14.02.2019: Prof Richard CloutierThe quest for our origin – a step closer to the origin of tetrapods


02.11.2018: Assoc/Prof Daniel StoufferThe complexity and simplicity of ecological communities


18.10.2018: Prof Mary Droser ‘The Evolution and Ecology of early animals: The view from the Ediacaran from South Australia


21.09.2018: Dr Paul Van Ruth ‘Integrated Marine Observing System: a national collaborative program fostering high-quality research through state-of-the-art infrastructure and long-term data


31.08.2018: Dr Zoë Doubleday ‘Changing seas and proliferating cephalopods: are we releasing the Kraken?


09.08.2018: Prof Patrick HespNebkha or Not: The role of rainfall and sediment supply in controlling nebkha vs foredune ridge formation


17.07.2018: Prof Andrew Balmford ‘How to feed the world without costing the Earth’ (not recorded for reasons of intellectual property)


14.06.2018: Assoc/Prof Diego García-BellidoAn Australian perspective on the early evolution of Animals


17.05.2018: Dr James Van DykeIntegrating reproductive biology into conservation of declining species



02.05.2018: Dr Peter UnmackMolecular insights into the biogeography of Australia freshwater fishes



12.04.2018: Dr Danielle ClodeWriting the Wasp and the Orchid

 

22.03.2018: Dr Laura WeyrichLessons from the Neanderthal microbiome: why history matters for modern health