Welcome to the ECT Webinar Series
ECT launched its webinar series in January 2019, initially as a means of bringing together the members of our LTE User Group for discussion about science emerging from the long-term field experiments on ECT’s national register. We have now opened our webinars to a wider audience.
Webinars are held every two months for one hour, typically over a lunchtime to maximise participation. They comprise an invited guest speaker who delivers a 30-minute talk using on-line slides, followed by 30 minutes of moderated Q&A with participants. Anyone can participate on request (details opposite).
“How nitrogen deposition impacts heathlands over 30-year experiments at Budworth & Ruabon”
Simon Caporn & Chris Field, Manchester Metropolitan University
Date and Time:
2 December 2019, 12.30-1.30pm
Register & Participate:
To register and receive the joining instructions for the webinar, please send an e-mail to this address.
29th August 2019
“Slacks, tights & bryophytes: 45 years of experimental grazing exclosure at Ainsdale Dune Slacks LTE”
Jon Millett, Loughborough University
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25th June 2019
“Glen Finglas LTE in Scotland: Fast Birds and Slow Plants”
Robin Pakeman, James Hutton Institute
10th April 2019
“Battling for Brignant: Celebrating 25 Years Against the Odds”
Mariecia Fraser, Aberystwyth University
1st February 2019
Jonathan Silvertown, University of Edinburgh & ECT Trustee
“ECT: A Custodian of Long-term Ecological Experiments”
Ben Sykes, ECT