Conference keynotes

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December 2022 – 5th International Conference on Biological Invasion and Global Change, Shenyang, China.

September 2022 –  22nd Australasian Weeds Conference, Adelaide, Australia: “Addressing context dependence in plant invasions.”

November 2021 – Environmental Research 2021, IOP Publishing Virtual Conference: “Invasive species as a threat to biodiversity.”

April 2021 –  University of Oxford Behaviour, Ecology & Evolution inaugural graduate conference, UK: “Causes and consequences of plant invasion.”

September 2019 –  Ecology & Management of Alien Plant Invasions (EMAPI) international conference, Prague, Czech Republic: “Unravelling context dependency in invasion science.”

November 2017 –  Centre for Invasion Biology Annual Research Meeting, Stellenbosch, South Africa: “Does origin matter? Understanding  introduced species and their impacts.”

May 2017 –  Australian Academy of Science, Canberra, Australia: “Understanding the causes and consequences of plant invasion”. Part of a special one day event – Life on the Loose: species invasion and control. Video link below.

May 2017 –  PopBio conference, Ecological Society of Germany, Austria and Switzerland, Halle, Germany: “Does origin matter? Understanding introduced species and their impacts.”

December 2015 –  joint New Zealand and Australian Freshwater Sciences Society conference, Wellington, New Zealand: “Making the most of riparian plant invasions: tests and applications of community ecology theory.”

My talk goes for about 25 minutes (starting 1:14:28). You can also see Dave Richardson (before me), and after me: Rick Shine, Beth Cookson, Kerrie Wilson, Emma Johnston, Aaron Dodd and Phil Cassey.

Speakers and organising committee for Australian Academy of Science Life on the Loose, 2017. L to R: Phil Cassey, Beth Cookson, Andy Sheppard, Bob Pressey, Emma Johnston, Dave Richardson, Rick Shine, Mark Westoby, Kerrie Wilson, Aaron Dodd, Jane Elith and me.
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