Category: Meeting

A fortnight of palaeoecology at the University of Amsterdam!

by Crystal McMichael Wimbledon tennis fortnight is on its way, but we’ve had our own palaeoecology fortnight here at the Institute for Biodiversity & Ecosystem Dynamics at the University of Amsterdam. We’ve seen seminars on reconstructing past landscapes and climates on timescales of decades…

British Ecological Society annual meeting 2016

The British Ecological Society (BES) annual meeting for 2016 has come to an end. It has seemed like a long week (and it is only Thursday) because it has been so action packed. For me it commenced on Sunday when I helped out with…

European Conference of Tropical Ecology 2016

European Conference of Tropical Ecology Georg-August-Universität Göttingen 23-26 February 2016 This is my first time attending the European Conference of Tropical Ecology and my second visit to Germany. The conference attracted c. 350 delegates; big enough to have plenty of interesting science, and yet…

Netherlands Annual Ecology Meeting 2016 – day 2

Netherlands Annual Ecology Meeting (NAEM) 2016 10 February 2016 Conference Centre “De Werelt”, Lunteren Day 2 of the NAEM breakfast 07:30, first lectures at 08:30… Two keynotes today thinking about ecological stoichiometry the first by Stan Harpole (Martin-Luther-Universitat-Halle-Wittenberg) focused on resource ratio theory, and…

Netherlands Annual Ecology Meeting 2016 – day 1

Netherlands Annual Ecology Meeting (NAEM) 2016 9 February 2016 Conference Centre “De Werelt”, Lunteren The annual Dutch ecology conference is being held over two days at the in “remote” Lunteren and I am pleased to be able to attend all of the conference this year….

BES annual meeting: Top talks

I am just back from a fabulous British Ecological Society (BES) annual meeting in Edinburgh. Both the city and the science were interesting and exciting. The Science Slam was certainly my highlight “fringe” event and I believe all the slams will be avaliable to…

Palynologendagen 2015

Palynologendagen “Een historisch-ecologische benadering van het landschap in noord-oost Twente” (“A historical-sociological approach to understanding landscapes in north-east Twente”) 8-9 October 2015 Organized by: Harm Smeenge, Bas van Geel & Stefan Engels For the: Palynologische Kring Last week I took part in my first…