24th and 25th November 2006
What was the event?
The Mammal Society Annual Winter Meeting. The invasion ecology of mammals: a global perspective.
Invasive species pose a considerable threat to biodiversity conservation and the integrity of ecosystems worldwide. This symposium will focus on the impacts on species and ecosystems caused by invasive mammals, and the threats posed to mammal conservation by invasive organisms such as parasites and disease.
Brenda Mayle of Forest Research gave a talk entitled "Reducing the impact of grey squirrels in woodland".
Who was the event suitable for?
Scientists, mammal/wildlife Woodland managers and policy makers.
Where did the event take place?
The Meeting Rooms
For further information contact:
Dr Piran White
University of York
York YO10 5DD
Tel: +44(0) 1904 434062