February 2 2018: Biodiversity Legendary Internal Seminar Series (BLISS) with Dr Matthew Mitchell on landscape ecology and management

Managing human-dominated systems for nature and people: the importance of landscape structure

This term’s sixth Biodiversity Legendary Internal Seminar Series (BLISS) speaker:

Dr. Matthew Mitchell

Dr. Matthew Mitchell is an NSERC Postdoctoral Fellow at the Institute for Resources, Environment and Sustainability at UBC. Prior to this he was a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Queensland, Australia. Matt completed his PhD at McGill University and his MSc at the University of Alberta. On Friday, Matt will present conceptual, modelling, and empirical work on agricultural and urban landscapes that demonstrates how landscape structure influences biodiversity and ecosystem services.


If you’d like to hear more about the ecology of human-managed landscapes, come join us for Matt’s talk on Friday, February 2nd, at 4 PM in the Biodiversity Research Centre, Room 224.

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