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TEO - Tropical Ecology Online
To our great regret, the current pandemic has led to the repeated cancellation of our annual meetings. With the new TEO lecture series, we would like to fill this gap as best we can until non-digital events will be possible again. TEO takes place on every second Monday of the current month and is primarily aimed at young scientists who should get the chance to present their current research work to an interested audience. The presentations will be accompanied by key-note lectures of renowned scientists from the field of tropical ecology and beyond. Please watch for our announcements on the website and through our social media outlets. Questions about the event series should be directed to teo(at)soctropecol.eu.
April 2021 - Topic Biological Invasions: with talks by Hanno Seebens (The global distribution and accumulation of non-native species) and Franziska Leonhardt (Caribbean invaders and their stowaways: Analysing patterns, processes and nested invasions in the amphibian model Eleutherodacytlus johnstonei)
May 2021 - Topic Tropical Ecology & Conservation: with talks by Alice C. Hughes (Understanding threats to tropical biodiversity), Kritzler Tanalgo (Protecting the darkside: conservation priorities for global bat caves in a changing world) and Pagi Toko (Conservation strategies of indigenous communities in tropical forests)
June 2021 - Topic Biodiversity Information Systems: with talks by Beth Kaplin (Building a biodiversity information system to support tropical ecosystem conservation), Mapendo Mindje (Data sharing for tropical conservation: building a community of practice in data sharing to overcome challenges and constraints)
July 2021 - Topic Animal-Plant Interactions: with talks by Eckhard Heymann (Small but nice - consequences and patterns of seed dispersal by small New World monkeys), Omer Nevo (Chemical communication in plant-frugivore interactions), Elise Sivault (Body mass and skull dimensions predict seed dispersal in bats, primates and carnivores from tropical forests)
If you missed the talks, please find a recording HERE