Applied Ecology Resources (AER) is a new information platform – from the British Ecological Society – to preserve, share and discover information on the management of biodiversity and the environment.
It is running a series of free, interactive, online workshops covering a range of useful topics for applied ecologists and practitioners.
Workshops take place on Zoom, once a month, and are 45 minutes long, with an interactive Q&A session.
The next AER Live workshop will be:
Exchanging knowledge through grey literature: Guidance and encouragement for contributors from outside academia
Presented by Matthew Bowell, Atkins
On: Thursday 22 October 16:00 BST / 11:00 ET / 23:00 SGT
To attend this session, register by Tuesday 20 October by visiting the AER Live website.
- Wednesday 11 November
Designing experiments to improve conservation practice
Dr Nancy Ockendon, Endangered Landscapes Programme, University of Cambridge
- Friday 4 December
Prioritizing invasive plant management in an urban environment
Dr Namrata Shrestha, Toronto and Region Conservation Authority & University of Toronto, Canada & Dr Luke Potgieter, University of Toronto