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BBIB Talks

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Evolutionary ecology of zombie-flies

Speaker: Henrik Fine de Licht (University of Copenhagen)
Evolution and Ecology Seminar, FU
 

BBIB Talk: Rising Novelty in Ecosystems and Climates

Speaker: Alejandro Ordonez Gloria (University of Aarhus)

Biodiversity Research/Systematic Botany Seminar, UP

Phenotypic plasticity and adaptation to novel environments

Speaker: Luis Miguel Chevin (Centre d'Ecologie Fonctionelle & Evolutive, France)
CRC 973 Colloquium, FU
 

Mosquitoes in Germany

Speaker: Doreen Walther (ZALF, Muencheberg)
Evolution and Ecology Seminar, FU
 

Exploring microbial dark matter in marine sponge symbioses

Speaker: Ute Hentschel (IFM Geomar, Kiel)
Evolution and Ecology Seminar, FU
 

Genomics approaches for the study of environmental adaptations in bivalves

Speaker: Francesco Dondero (University of Piemonte Orientale)
Evolution and Ecology Seminar, FU
 

Bee diversity, resource use, and pollination services in agroecosystems

Speaker: Ingolf Steffan - Dewenter (Animal Ecology and Tropical Biology, Univ. Würzburg)

Biodiversity Research/Systematic Botany Seminar, UP

Land-use change effects on biodiversity in the Gran Chaco, a global deforestation hotspot

Speaker: Tobias Kuemmerle (HU Berlin)
Evolution and Ecology Seminar, FU
 

The brains in deep-sea extremes: the molecular and ultrastructural analyses

Speaker: Shuichi Shigeno (University of Chicago)
Evolution and Ecology Seminar, FU
 

Does origin matter? Understanding introduced species and their impacts

Speaker: Jane Catford (University of Southhampton)
Evolution and Ecology Seminar, FU
 

Conference: Landscape 2018 – Frontiers of agricultural landscape research

The aim of the conference is to present recent advances in landscape research to enhance the development of sustainable agricultural land use and landscape strategies.

Annual BIBS Meeting

The 3rd Annual BIBS Meeting will be held in Dahlem.

Symposium: Bridging Ecology and Molecular Biology: Organismic Responses to Recurring Stress

The second International CRC 973 Symposium “Bridging Ecology and Molecular Biology: Organismic Responses to Recurring Stress” will be held in Berlin (Germany) from April 9-11, 2018.