Date(s) - 14/12/2018
University of Birmingham
The Royal Entomological Society’s Climate Change Special Interest Group meeting willencompass historical data on biodiversity, spatial changing moisture availability etc., and how these feed into developing predictive models. There will be scope for talks about other challenges linked to climate change, e.g. regarding invasive species, disease vectors, food security, conservation etc., and how research can help develop policy. If you wish to offer an oral presentation or a poster, or attend without presenting, please visit the RES Website http://www.royensoc.co.uk/and fill in a registration form as soon as possible (web page currently not functioning). Read the flyer …..
Depending on interest, we are also considering arranging a visit to the new BirminghamInstitute of Forest Research FACE facility that is investigating the effects of eCO2 on temperate woodlands.
Please book on the registration form. Contact Scott Hayward (Convenor) for more details.