Daubeny Lecture Theatre, Botanic Garden, Rose Lane, Oxford OX1 4AZ
£8 or £35 for the lecture series.
Cash only on the night.
Dr Tonya Lander
Leverhulme Early Career Fellow, Department of Plant Sciences, University of Oxford
The global decline of pollinators, linked to the loss of native ecosystems, constitutes a serious threat to ecosystem function and human food security.
Dr Lander uses direct insect tracking technologies to improve our understanding of the movement patterns of pollinators in relation to the spatial distribution of resources.
The aim is to provide guidance that will help to protect pollinators, the plants they pollinate, and pollination services in human-modified landscapes.