Assessing our biological capital and 2009 AGM

Thursday 5th November 2009

This was a joint meeting between the Environmental Statistics Section and the British and Irish Region of the International Biometric Society. With one of the Convention on Biological Diversity’s targets due in 2010, a rigorous statistical basis for an assessment of biodiversity was presented. This was paired with talks on existing work and how ecologists can develop improved studies incorporating these ideas. Other topics covered included statistical inference from detected animal movements, use of integrated population modelling, experimental approaches and assessment of functional diversity.
 

 

The speakers were: Steve Buckland (University of St Andrews), Jan Dick (CEH), Paul Blackwell (University of Sheffield), Mark Brewer (BioSS), Chiara Mazetta (Warwick University) and JonBarry (CEFAS).

The 2009 AGM was held at lunch time.

Programme

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13:152009 AGM
 
13:16Minutes of 2008 AGM
 
13:20Matters Arising, not covered on the agenda
 
13:25Secretary's Report
 
13:30Treasurer's Report
 
13:35Membership Secretary's Report
 
13:40Web Site Report
 
13:43Subscriptions for 2009
  1. Change in membership categories and proposal to make student membership free
  2. Proposal to award £20 book token to each member who signs up a new member
 
13:45Election of Officers, Committee and incoming Regional Vice President
 
13:50Election of Auditor
 
13:55Any Other Business
 

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