Speaker: Jean-Marc Hero
Professor Hero is a vertebrate ecologist with research expertise in conservation biology of amphibians, biodiversity assessment and monitoring, and conservation physiology. He is Deputy Director of Griffith University’s Environmental Futures Research Institute and leads a team focusing on causes of global amphibian declines (disease, habitat loss and pollution), amphibian adaptation and response to climate change, and sustainability indicators for terrestrial ecosystems. He is also an active member of the Australian Society of Herpetologists, and Secretary General for the World Congress of Herpetology.
Who: Professor Jean-Marc Hero, Deputy Director of Griffith University’s Environmental Futures Research Institute.
When: Wednesday, 25th June, 6.30pm for networking meet and greet. Presentation begins at 7pm.
Where: The Cove @ Alleys, Currumbin RSL, 165 Duringan St, Currumbin QLD 4223. Order a meal before or after the presentation and receive a free glass of wine, beer or soft drink.
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