The Biodiversity Discussion Group meets weekly to discuss recent research papers and topics in biodiversity from both ecological and evolutionary perspectives. Readings can be on any biodiversity topic (plants, animals, microbes, etc.) and/or dig into new concepts, methods, theories we are keen to learn more about.
We meet Tuesday mornings at 10am in Biodiversity 303 (Darwin room) and on ZOOM. This Spring (2023), we are working through seminal papers in the Foundations of Ecology Part II textbook. You can find the schedule of readings and sign up to lead a discussion here.
If you haven't already signed up for the Slack channel you can do so here . We use Slack as the primary form of communication for this group. Hope to see you there!!