Agroecosystems for functional biodiversity conservation Event as iCalendar

25 June 2018

1 - 2pm

Venue: Mac 1, Biology Building

Location: 5 Symonds Street, Auckland Central

Host: SBS

Contact info: Gavin Lear

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Speaker: Associate Professor Hannah Buckley, Auckland University of Technology

Agroecosystems dominate substantial portions of our landscapes. They require functioning biodiversity to maintain production value, and have massive potential for biodiversity conservation.

However, to achieve biodiversity conservation within agroecosystems, while also enhancing ecosystem resilience and ecosystem services, fundamental knowledge of ecological processes is required and must be accounted for in land management decision making. 

In this seminar, Associate Professor Hannah Buckley will describe the ongoing research being undertaken to address this in the ‘Enhancing native biodiversity in agroecosystems’ collaborative project within the Bioheritage National Science Challenge.