Invasive Species and Future Ecologies: Bugs, Viruses, Mussels, and Weeds

‘Invasive Species and Future Ecologies: Bugs, Viruses, Mussels, and Weeds," part of the ‘Pardee [...]House Seminars’ series, featured Professor Les Kaufman of the BU Marine Program and Conservation International as well as Professor Richard Pollack and Professor Richard Primack both of the BU Department of Biology. The seminar was moderated by Pardee Center Director, Professor James McCann.

The event included discussions of the implications of the Nile Perch in Lake Victoria, insects and the diseases they bring with them and the study of the impact of climate change on the flowering times of plants and the spring arrival of birds.

Hosted by The Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future on October 18, 2011.

Tags: ecology, biology, les kaufman, james mccann, richard primack, plants, pardee lecture, climate change, conservation, pardee house seminar, pardee, species, insects, marine biology, richard pollack, diseases

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