Biodiversity Informatics: small pieces, loosely joined.

Author: 
Dave Roberts
Type of Activity: 
Presentations
Lead partner: 
The Natural History Museum, London
Date: 
20/02/2013
Conference: 
University of Oxford Masters Course
Place: 
Oxford
Type of audience: 
Scientific community
Size of audience: 
25
Countries: 
International
Presentation: 
Yes
Slides: 
http://www.slideshare.net/vibrantmanager/roberts-u-oxfmsc200213-16640346

Each year we run a module titled ‘Contemporary Issues in Biodiversity’ for students studying for our MSc in Conservation, Biodiversity and Management. I am writing to ask if you would be willing to contribute a seminar on your perspectives on biodiversity informatics.

Our MSc in Biodiversity Conservation and Management http://www.geog.ox.ac.uk/graduate/msc-bcm/ attracts an international cohort of students from leading Universities who are intent on following a career in conservation research, policy or management.

Rich Grenyer, PhD

University Lecturer in Biodiversity & Biogeography
School of Geography & the Environment
University of Oxford,
South Parks Road, Oxford, OX1 3QY