Linking behaviour to populations and communities: how can behavioural ecology inform conservation?

22 Nov - 23 Nov 2018

The most immediate response of animals to human-induced environmental change is behavioural. This can have profound repercussions at the population and community level and is therefore of crucial relevance to conservation. This NERC/ZSL symposium will bring together leading experts in behavioural ecology and conservation to explore how behavioural ecologists can make a difference in support of conservation by relating their research to ecosystem processes. The meeting will critically assess the role of the behavioural ecological community in addressing conservation priorities so far and aims to inspire future conservation-oriented research and action with real impact. Now is a highly promising time for progress in this direction because of the emergence of strong analytical tools and conceptual advances in behavioural ecology in recent years, developments which have yet to find their way fully into the conservation arena.

 

Attending this event

Registration will open on this page shortly. If you have any queries  please contact jennifer.howes@zsl.org; tel 020 7449 6227

 

  • Tickets

2 days: Full price £160
2 days: Discount price (for ZSL Members/Fellows and students) £80
1 day: Full price £100
1 day: discount price (for ZSL Members/Fellows and students) £50

 

  • Note that ZSL Fellows/Members discounts will be automatically applied at the payment stage
     
  • Registration fee includes lunch and refreshments

 

Directions

  • This symposium will take place in the Huxley Lecture Theatre, Main Meeting Rooms, Zoological Society of London, Outer Circle, Regents Park, NW1 4RY 

  • Nearest underground station: Camden Town

  • Nearest bus stop: Number 274

  • Please find further information on directions here
     

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