Bournemouth University

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Conservation Sciences Seminar Programme Spring Term 2008

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Tuesday 15th January CS Seminar

  • Nanette Hollands (Bournemouth University)
  • An evaluation of the skeletal aging method using adult male vertebrae as developed by Drukier et al.
    Reuben Moreton (Bournemouth University)
    A curve where no hand has touched - Vertebral ageing method in females.
  • Venue: CG23, 4.00pm

Tuesday 22nd January CS Seminar

  • Ralf Huebner (Bournemouth University)
  • Effects of natural copper deposits and industrial galvanisation on small watercourses in Germany
  • Venue: CG23, 4.00pm

Tuesday 29th January

  • Dr Mike Allan (Bournemouth University)
  • Title t.b.c
  • Venue: CG23, 4.00pm

Tuesday 5th February CS Seminar

  • Dr Richard Stillman (Bournemouth University)
  • Predicting the response of coastal birds to environmental change
  • Venue: CG23, 4.00pm

Tuesday 12th February CS Seminar

  • t.b.c.
  • Venue: CG23, 4.00pm

Tuesday 19th February CS Seminar

  • Dr Eileen Wilkes (Bournemouth University)
  • The Mount Folly Enclosures Project
  • Venue: CG23, 4.00pm

Tuesday 26th February CS Seminar

  • t.b.c.
  • Venue: CG23, 4.00pm

Tuesday 4th March CS Seminar

  • April Bentley (Bournemouth University)
  • Milk, does a body good? The switch of the LCT gene from juvenile to adult.
  • Venue: CG23, 4.00pm

Tuesday 11th March CS Seminar

  • Dr Jennifer Hill (University of Western England)
  • Title t.b.c.
  • Venue: CG23, 4.00pm

Tuesday 18th March CS Seminar

  • Dr Karina Croucher (Liverpool University)
  • Title t.b.c.
  • Venue: CG07, 4.00pm

Tuesday 25th March CS Seminar

  • Dr Rudy Gozlan (Bournemouth University)
  • Title t.b.c.
  • Venue: CG23, 4.00pm