Lectures from Mini Science 2008: Ecology, Evolution, and Extinction are now available as webcasts. You can view them on demand. Please see the notes below regarding computer requirements.
Available webcasts are:
- Evolving from Microbes to Mankind: The Science and the Controversy
Prof. Brian Alters, Tomlinson Project in University-Level Science Education, March 26, 2008
- Adaptation, Extinction and Global Change
Prof. Graham Bell, Department of Biology, April 2, 2008
- Ecosystems and Human Well-Being
Prof. Garry Peterson, Department of Geography & School of Environment, April 9, 2008
- Biodiversity Lost and Found: Lessons of the Lake Victoria Basin
Prof. Lauren Chapman, Department of Biology, April 16, 2008
- Primates in Peril: What can be done?
Prof. Colin Chapman, Department of Anthropology & School of Environment, April 23, 2008
- The Future of Biodiversity: Science and Solutions
Prof. Andrew Gonzalez, Department of Biology, April 30, 2008
- The Ecological Consequences of Biodiversity Loss
Prof. Michel Loreau, Department of Biology, May 7, 2008
Notes: These webcasts require Windows Media Player, version 7 or later, for PC or Mac. Mac users may also use Windows Media Components for Quicktime, by Flip4Mac, available through Microsoft.
» More information and downloads are available from Microsoft for both Mac and PC