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Subject: [Indoor] 室內講座 Indoor meeting - 2009年11月至12月 Nov to Dec 2009 [Print This Page]

Author: HKBWS Vicky    Time: 22/09/2009 11:51     Subject: 室內講座 Indoor meeting - 2009年11月至12月 Nov to Dec 2009



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Author: HKBWS Vicky    Time: 12/11/2009 15:01

講座:越南之旅
講者:宋亦希、彭俊超
日期:19/11/2009 (星期四)
時間:1900 - 2100
地點:香港童軍中心901室 (九龍柯士甸道童軍徑)
語言:粵語      
收費:會員$10, 非會員 $30

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Indoor Meeting: Bird Trip to Vietnam
Speaker: Sung Yik Hei and Pang Chun Chiu
Date: 19/11/2009 (Thursday)
Time: 19:00 - 21:00
Venue: Room 901, Scout Association of Hong Kong, Austin Rd, Kowloon
Language: Cantonese
Fee:Member $10, Non-member $30  

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Author: HKBWS Vicky    Time: 23/11/2009 11:21

講座:觀鳥與環境變化研究
講者:Dr. David Thomson
日期:2/12/2009 (星期三)
時間:1900 - 2100
地點:香港童軍中心902室 (九龍柯士甸道童軍徑)
語言:英語      
收費:會員$10, 非會員 $30

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David Thomson博士自本學期開始在香港大學任教,他的研究題目是關於野生動物種群對環境轉變的反應與適應。

Thomson 博士投身於生態學研究是始於觀鳥,他也喜歡與其他熱愛研究大自然的人一起交流溝通。Thomson博士對氣候轉變特別有興趣,於是與一群觀鳥者共同研究氣候對雀鳥種群的長期影響。他在蘇格蘭亞伯丁大學獲得動物學/動物生態學學士學位,並在英國格拉斯哥大學的鳥類學院取得博士學位。他曾在British Trust for Ornithology擔任計量生態學家,然後在荷蘭皇家科學院荷蘭生態學院進行研究工作,其後在Max Planck Institute 的演化生物族群學研究實進行生物族群研究。



Indoor Meeting: Bird Watching and Study of Environmental Change
Speaker: Dr. David Thomson
Date: 2/12/2009 (Wednesday)
Time: 19:00 - 21:00
Venue: Room 902, Scout Association of Hong Kong, Austin Rd, Kowloon
Language: English
Fee:Member $10, Non-member $30  

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This year, Dr. David Thomson took up an associate professorship at HKU at the beginning of this semester. His research aim here is to understand how wildlife populations respond and adapt to environmental change.
Dr. Thomson was first got into ecology through an interest in bird-watching and he likes to interact with others who enjoy studying the natural world. He is particularly interested in climate change and has worked with networks of birdwatchers to study its long-term effects on bird populations. He did a degree in zoology/ animal ecology, at Aberdeen University, then a PhD in the ornithology unit at the University of Glasgow. He then worked as a quantitative ecologist at the British Trust for Ornithology, before taking up a research fellowship at the Netherlands Institute of Ecology, Royal Dutch Academy of Sciences. After that, he went on to run the Laboratory of Evolutionary Biodemography at the Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research.






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