Urban Biodiversity: Small steps for big cities.
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About the Event
Thary Gazi Goh is an ecologist and nature educator. With an interest in community ecology and beetle taxonomy, his research focuses on how groups of fungi, plants and animals form complex self-sustaining interactions. As part of the Urban Biodiversity Initiative (UBI), an independent collective of urban biodiversity research and outreach, he is now researching how novel ecosystems consisting of native and introduced organisms are created in urban landscapes as well as using these landscapes as a platform for education and outreach.