Desert island botany: plants, pests, and 750 000 seabirds.
Wednesday 19th of July 2006, 05:20 PM (14 years ago)
Contact: Mike Thorsen | email@example.com | (03) 453 6800
An impromptu talk by Mike Thorsen on the flora of the equatorial Pacific Phoenix Islands and the impacts from pests (people, rats, and rabbits) and the phenomenal density of ground-nesting seabirds. At the Zoology Benham Building, 346 Great King Street, behind the Zoology car park by the Captain Cook Hotel. Use the main entrance of the Benham Building to get in and go to the Benham Seminar Room, Rm. 215, 2nd floor. Please be prompt as we have to hold the door open.