Palaeo50: The Pressing Questions in Palaeoecology
In December 2012 there will be a two-day workshop in Oxford (UK) to discuss the 50 most pressing questions in palaeoecology. I am really fortunate to having been selected to participate and share two days with eminent palaeoecologists and scientists from related disciplines. It will be an exciting and inspiring experience for sure.
Submit your questions before 31 October (this Wednesday) if you want your questions and thoughts to be represented!
- How climate change wiped out European laurel forests, and how some species managed to survive
- A trip through the vegetation of the Iberian Peninsula, from the Devonian to the present
- Cracking the code of biodiversity responses to past climate change
- Modelling species range dynamics
- Climate refugia: joint inference from fossil records, species distribution models and phylogeography