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Training Course: Phylogenetic analyses for comparative methods and community patterns
Author: Song Yu
Update time: 2010-01-11
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 Training Course: Phylogenetic analyses for comparative methods and community patterns


9:00-11:30 am, Thursday, Jan 28, 2010

9:00-11:30 am, Friday, Feb 5, 2010

9:00-11:30 am, Friday, Mar 19, 2010

9:00-11:30 am, Friday, Jan 29, 2010

9:00-11:30 am, Friday, Mar 5, 2010

9:00-11:30 am, Friday, Mar 26, 2010


Talk 1: Phylogenetic patterns in community structure and trophic associations

4:00 pm, Wednesday, Feb 3, 2010


Talk 2: Species response to environmental change: Impacts of food-web interactions and evolution

4:00 pm, Wednesday, Feb 24, 2010


Lecturer: Prof. Anthony R. Ives


Department of Entomology, The University of Wisconsin


His general areas of research are community ecology and population biology, although His work also extends into evolution and behavior. He does both theoretical and empirical work, and often tries hard to combine them directly. His main projects include: Multispecies interactions and environmental fluctuations; Population dynamics of insect predator-prey systems; Phylogenetic patterns in comparisons among species and communities; Theory, statistics, and complex population dynamics.


Venues: The 3rd floor meeting room, Xishuangbanna;

The 1st floor meeting room, Kunming (video conference)





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