Environmental Science hosts an exciting range of visiting and local speakers, giving an opportunity to find out about environmental issues across a range of disciplines.
Seminars take place on the first Thursday of every month between October and May with question and answer sessions following immediately after the talk. These seminars are open to all staff and students of Plymouth University, associated institutions and anyone interested in the topic under discussion.
1 December 2016: The nature, extent and ecological consequences of night-time lighting
- Speaker: Dr Thomas Davies, University of Exeter.
2 February 2017: Staff stories: the rocky road to Plymouth
- Speaker: Dr Louise Firth, Plymouth University.
2 March 2017: The causes and consequences of extinction: a community level perspective
- Speaker: Professor Jane Memmott, University of Bristol.
4 May 2017: Evolutionary and ecological consequences of species invasions on islands
- Speaker: Dr Allan McDevitt, University of Salford.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for information about the seminar series.