ACEBB Seminar Series 2011
ACEBB has a strong tradition of attracting high quality speakers, leaders in their field, to present open seminars to an academically tuned audience. These provide stimulating insight into the trends of Evolutionary Biology & Biodiversity.
The 2011 Seminar Series will be held between 12.00-12.50pm usually in the Royal Society Room, South Australian Museum. All members of ACEBB, the Environment Institute, their research groups and members of other University Faculties, Schools and Disciplines are welcome to attend. Participants are encouraged to join us at the Staff Club to talk to presenters and enjoy a discount lunch.
Mamallian biodiversity dynamics: Inferences from adaptive radiations and species' responses over historical time.
The hidden and bizarre lives of octopuses: revealing cryptic diversity, behaviours and biology.
|Application of next generation sequencing in animal and plant research|
Speaker: Zhenzhong (Bruce) Li
|Making a 'machine' for projecting and monitoring population persistence|
Speaker: Paul Sunnucks
|Ancient Seafood on Kangaroo Island: Documenting the Rise of Animals Over Half a Billion Years Ago|
Speaker: John Paterson
|9||7 Sep||Evolution of echolocation and its use as a biodiversity monitoring tool|
Speaker: Kate Jones
|10||7 Oct||New Approaches to resolving deep phylogenetic questions in animal revolution|
Speaker: Gonzalo Giribet
|11||28 Oct||A review of Phylogeography and the Integration between Biologists and Earth Scientists. |
Speaker: Luciano Behegary