Talks

Key talks include:

Baker, A. G., et al. 2017. Landscape connectivity is important for lake ecosystem function and biodiversity. Joint BES and BESS Symposium 2017: Advances in Biodiversity & Ecosystem Services, Cardiff, UK.

Newton, A., Baker, A.G., et al. 2017. Resilience of biodiversity and ecosystem services at the landscape scale – a review of evidence from the NERC-BESS research programme. Joint BES and BESS Symposium 2017: Advances in Biodiversity & Ecosystem Services, Cardiff, UK.

Baker, A.G., et al. 2016. Does high connectivity buffer eutrophication in networks of shallow lakes? London Freshwater Group, Linnaean Society of London, London, UK.

Baker, A.G., et al. 2016. Guest lecture on lake connectivity for PRIDE, an EU Horizon-2020 Innovative Doctoral Training Network 2015-2019. Brunell University, UK.

Baker, A.G., et al. 2015. Rewilding, Holocene tree cover and herbivore densities in Europe. Research Seminar, School of Geography, Archaeology and Palaeoecology, Queen’s University, Belfast, UK.

Baker, A.G., et al. 2015. Does connectivity increase resilience of biodiversity against eutrophication in networks of shallow lakes? 100th ESA Annual Meeting, Baltimore, USA.

Baker, A.G., et al. 2015. Does carbon sequestration diminish in lakes recovering from eutrophication? Long-term trends in aquatic plant diversity and carbon burial in the Broads. Aquatic Biodiversity and Ecosystems Conference, Liverpool, UK

Baker, A.G., et al. 2015. The impact of lake connectivity on biodiversity and ecosystem services. UK and Ireland Lakes Networks Conference, Abergavenny, Wales.

Baker, A.G., et al. 2014. Lake BESS: a project about the implication of lake connectivity for biodiversity and ecosystem services. NERC-BESS Science Meeting, York, UK.

Baker, A.G., Bhagwat, S.A., Willis, K.J. 2012.  A methodological step forward to quantify past population size of large herbivores and the impact of their disturbance regimes. 97th ESA annual meeting, Portland, USA.

Baker, A.G., Bhagwat, S.A., Willis, K.J. 2012. Which fungal spores are indicative of herbivore activity? And how can we interpret their abundances? 5th NPP Workshop, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

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