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Why Biodiversity Matters: Plants and Animals Across Natural Systems in Brazil
As a part of Harvard Worldwide Week 2021, the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies Brazil Office, Museum of Comparative Zoology and Department of Evolutionary and Organismic Biology kicked off a three-part series of discussions on "Why Biodiversity Matters". This series aims to showcase the breadth of cutting-edge research related to biodiversity in Brazil being conducted by Harvard researchers and Brazilian colleagues as well as to promote broader discussions around the importance of studying and preserving biodiversity from scientific and societal perspectives.

Part 3: "Why Biodiversity Matters: Plants and Animals Across Natural Systems in Brazil" introduced by Alex Antonelli and moderated by Professors Scott Edwards and Naomi Pierce, will feature an exciting line-up of scientists who will overview their ongoing research related to fish, palm trees, mountains and eco-evolutionary dynamics, while discussing the broader implications of the importance of biodiversity in their projects and fields.

with: Alex Antonelli (Kew Gardens, Gothenburg University), Scott Edwards (OEB/MCZ), Naomi Pierce (OEB/MCZ), Diego Vaz (OEB), Christine Bacon (Gothenburg University), Fernanda Werneck (INPA) & Greg Thom (AMNH).

Oct 29, 2021 11:00 AM in Sao Paulo

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