Our next seminar meeting will be on Thursday April 9th at 630pm, in the Royal Society Rooms (rear of SA Museum, via Kintore Avenue, Morgan Thomas Lane). Prof Wayne Meyer (University of Adelaide) will present, 'Natural Resource Management Planning for Future Adapted Landscapes'. ALL WELCOME.
The latest impact factor for our journal, the Transactions of the Royal Society of South Australia is 0.8.
Be sure to check out our new journal website, now published through Taylor and Francis: http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/trss20/current#.VQJuaGboWHn
All meetings are in the Society's rooms at the SA Museum unless otherwise indicated. Entry is free.
March 12th: From Ayliffe to Zietz: a history of herpetology in South Australia, Glenn Shea, Thurs March 12th 2015, 630pm
April 9th: Monitoring for improved natural resource management under climate change, Wayne Meyer, Thurs April 9th 2015, 630pm
May 14th: Reptile Diversity (precise topic to be confirmed) Mark Hutchinson, SA Museum, Thurs May 14th 2015, 630pm
June 4th: JOINT MEETING WITH FIELD GEOLOGY CLUB, Mawson Lecture Theatre (Ralph Tate Museum, Mawson Building University of Adelaide): Unconventional fossil fuels, fraccing and future energy, Richard Hillis - Thurs June 4th, 700pm
July 9th: Emerging infectious disease, biodiversity and environmental change, Phil Weinstein - Thurs July 9th, 630pm
August 13th: The Giant Australian Cuttlefish, Bronwyn Gillanders - Thurs Aug 13th, 630pm
September 10th: Aboriginal use of ochre and trade routes, Rachel Popelka-Filcoff - Thurs Sep 10th, 630pm
October 8th: AGM and Verco Medallist address. Thurs Oct 8th 630pm
November 12th: Evolutionary insights from molecular techniques, Steve Donnellan - Thurs Nov 12th, 630pm