Harriet Allen, a biogeographer in the Department of Geography with extensive fieldwork experience in a number of Mediterranean countries and habitats, will talk about aspects of the vegetation, including its origins and development, relationship to biodiversity and conservation.
The talk will take place in the David Attenborough Building, Cambridge and tea/coffee will be available beforehand from about 18:15.
There is a small admission charge: £2; £1.50 for CNHS members; students (with ID) 50p; ARU Wildlife Society & Cambridge University Nature Society members and under 18s free.
This is the fifth talk in the Cambridge Natural History Society's autumn programme. ALL WELCOME.