This meeting brought together researchers from the fields of deep-time palaeontology, Quaternary science, historical ecology, and conservation biology to provide expert-based interdisciplinary assessment of the potential opportunities for using different long-term biodiversity archives to inform conservation and environmental management, and critical evaluation of the potential limitations of using past data to understand the present and predict the future.
Audio recordings talks (where permitted by the speaker) can be found in the programme at the bottom of this page. Each recording can be found underneath its corresponding abstract.
An accompanying journal issue for this meeting was published in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. Itcan be found here.
Enquiries: contact the Scientific Programmes team.