Tag: 2015

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…

Tropical Ecology meeting

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN! Click here to sign up. British Ecological Society Tropical Ecology Special Interest Group 8th Early Career Researcher Meeting 3-4 September 2015 University of Stirling

People, Politics and the Planet – Any Questions?

People, Politics and the Planet – Any Questions? 9 March 2015 The Light, Euston Road, London British Ecological Society Find out what UK politicians think about the environment ahead of the forthcoming UK general election. The panellists were: Lord de Mauley TD (Conservatives, Parliamentary…

Netherlands Annual Ecology Meeting 2015

Netherlands Annual Ecology Meeting 10-11 February 2015 by William Gosling On Wednesday I attended my first Netherlands Annual Ecology Meeting (NAEM) unfortunately, due to prior commitments, I was not able to attend the whole event, but I still managed to get a nice insight…

INQUA 2015: Climate change in the tropical South Pacific during the Late Quaternary

  Posted on behalf of Prof. David Sear (University of Southampton) The next INQUA Congress will be held in Nagoya (Japan) on July 27 – August 2, 2015 This is a call for contributions to session P05 on ‘Climate change in the tropical South…

Organisms and environments: Frontiers in palaeoecological technique development

XIX INQUA Congress NAGOYA, JAPAN 27 July-2 August, 2015 Abstract submission is now open for the XIX International Union for Quaternary Research (INQUA) Congress. “Ecology of the past” researchers will be there and are hosting a special session, entitled Organisms and environments: Frontiers in palaeoecological…

African ecology in context

I am delighted to be organizing a focus session at the first AfQUA meeting. The session seeks to bring together ecologists and palaeoecologists working in Africa. If you are interested in getting involved please contact me (William Gosling) directly. For further information on the…