Annual Applied Sciences Postgraduate Research conference – 10th May 2012

The School’s Postgraduate Research conference timetable - Thursday 10th May.   

All BU staff and students welcome to attend.  Any queries contact Eva Reichardt on

 When? What? Where?
10.00 am Keynote Speech: Tiantian Zhang (Head of the Graduate School) – Postgraduate Research – Your Journey, Your Future CG01
10.20 am Grace Jones: The origins and development of prehistoric pottery production around Poole Harbour, Dorset. CG01
10.40 am Catherine Hess: Human lead exposure in South Africa during the 20th Century: Implications for the past, present and future CG01
11.00 am Tea and Coffee Break  
11.30 am Adam Lodoen: Signature mapping: A method of probabilistic archaeological landscape characterisation CG01
11.50 am Josie Pegg: Assessing and predicting impacts of alien fish parasites: from hosts to ecosystems CG01
12.10 am Kathryn Ross: Understanding fitness-maximising behaviour of overwintering pied avocets CG01
12.30 pm Lunch and Poster Session CG01/ CG11
2.00 pm Alexander Lovegrove: Management Impacts on Biodiversity at the Landscape Scale: A Case Study in The New Forest National Park CG01
2.20 pm Matthew Sumnall: The assessment of habitat condition of the New Forest using airborne remote sensing CG01
2.40 pm Natalia Tejedor: Vulnerability of montane forest to global climate change CG01
3.00 pm Justine Cordingley: Ecosystem service and biodiversity trade-offs in dynamic heathlands CG01
3.20 pm Tea and Coffee Break  
3.50 pm Phil Martin: Effect of non-native invasive plants on ecosystem functions CG01
4.10 pm Tim Burke: Qualitative Analysis of Street Drugs Obtained from Amnesty Bins at the 2010 Glastonbury Festival CG01
4.30 pm Wine reception CG01

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