Link to Science-Based Conservation Project in Israel
Biological Invasions, Urban Ecology and Global Change
Dept. of Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior,
Awards and Research Grants
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Around the world
I am also intersted in
species' introductions across
ecosystems, ranges and ecological communities. Currently, I am studying
patterns of range expansion, species invasion and ecosystem survival
across convergent Mediterranean ecosystems in California, the
Mediterranean Basin, Western Australia, the South African Cape region
and Chile. My focus is on birds. I aim to use this model system to test
the effects of introduced alien species on biodiversity and ecosystem
processes across ecosystems.
I am also intersted in biodiversity
patterns in human-dominated
landscapes, and am working on biodiversity patterns in urban,
agricultural and other human related enviornments and their impacts on
native biodiversity patterns and processes.
Biodiversity across altitudinal gradients: the role of ecotones, a study comparing three groups: birds, butterflies and plants in Mount Hermon along an elevation gradient from 200 to 2200 m.
Natural barriers to invasion and their implications for dynamic conservation: the role of transitional environments in maintaining ant species richness, rarity and introduction patterns and processes. With Dr. Harold Mooney, Dr. Deborah Gordon, Nicole Heller and Rebecca Young, Stanford University.
Natural barriers to invasion: the role of boundaries and ecotones: a global comparison (California, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Mediterranean Basin). In collaboration with University of Victoria in Wellington, New Zealand (Dr. Phil Lester and Dr. Stephen Hartley).
Global diversity hotspots - A focus on ecotones and environmental gradients in global databases across ecoregions and biomes using novel approaches. A comparison of multiple groups (birds, mammals, plants).
A comparison of African plants and bird diversity across boundaries (in collaboration with Prof. Wilhelm Barthlott, Wolfgang Kueper, Henning Sommer, Jens Mutke, the BIOMAPS group, Bonn University).
Biodiversity, cultural diversity and organizational diversity across ecotones: an interdisciplinary study using geophysical and spatial statistical approaches (in collboration with Dr. Ronit Kark-Katz, Bar-Ilan Uni, Dr. Lisa Manne, The London Museum of Natural History, Dr. Tapan Mukerji, Stanford University).
Boundaries, gradients and ecotones as diversity hotspots - a global perspective. With Tom Brooks, Conservation International and Cambridge University, Tom Alnutt, WWF and Lisa Manne, Natural History Museum, London.
Patterns and processes of range contractions across species’ distribution ranges. In collaboration with Tim Blackburn, Imperial College at Silwood Park and Birmingham Univ., UK and John Fay, Stanford University.
From genes to phenoytpe: a comparison of spatial diversity patterns from the DNA, through the protein to the phenotypic level using the chukar partridge case study.
The role of species ranges, ecological gradients and ecotones in biodiversity conservation and in maintenance of biodiversity processes.
Species ranges reconsidered - in collaboration with Dr. Tim Blackburn, Birmingham Univ. and Dr. Niles Eldredge, The American Museum of Natural History, New York.
Trends in genetic diversity estimated by mDNA sequencing across the distribution range in Israel and China: a comparison of two gradients. In collaboration with: Prof. Liu Naifa and Prof. Chen Qiang, Dept. of Biology, Lanzhou University, Lanzhou, China, Prof. Zhou Tianlin, Qingyang Teacher's College, China and Prof. Ettore Randi and Dr. Cristiano Tabarroni - Population Genetics, molecular biology. National Wildlife Research Institute: Istituto Nazionale per la Fauna Selvatica di Biologia, Ozzano dellíEmilia, Bologna (BO), Italy.
Developmental instability across ecological gradients, distribution ranges and ecotones.
Asymmetry across the distribution range, from core to periphery: a comparison of two butterfly (Pieridae: Euchloe) species. In collaboration with Stefan Van Dongen and Luc Lens, Antwerp Univ. and Erik Schmidt (previously at James Cook University, Queensland, Australia).
Asymmetry trends in the face of the Global Climate Change: a study of a relict tree species (Pistacia Atlantica) across a steep climatic gradient. In collaboration with Moshe Inbar - Dept. of Biology, Oranim Campus, University of Haifa, Israel.
Developmental stability and environmental stress across a nutrient gradient in a savannah: oak trees as a model. In collaboration with Mark Ritchie, Utah State University and Cedar Creek Long Term Ecological Research site (LTER), Minnesota.
Nov 2008 – Nov 2011 - Honorary
Associate Professor), The Ecology Centre,
2000-2002 - Post-doctoral research fellow, Mooney Lab, Dept. of Biological Sciences, Stanford University (with Prof. Harold A Mooney)
1999-2000 - Post-doctoral
fellow with the Center
for Conservation Biology, Stanford
University and the Center for Tropical Research, San Francisco
Prof. Imanuel Noy-Meir, The Faculty of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Quality Sciences, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
1992-1994 - M.Sc. studies (courses completed with distinction, Summa Cum Laude), M.Sc. degree granted in Environmental Biology, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Joint student with the Mitrani Center for Desert Ecology, The Blaustein Institute for Desert Research, Sede Boqer, Israel.
1989-1992 - B.Sc. in Biology (with distinction, cum laude), The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel. Courses in Psychology and Prehistory (The Hebrew University).
1985 - Matriculation (biology, mathematics, and art extended program), The University High School, Jerusalem.1983-1984 - Research on the topic: A vegetation transect from the Mediterranean coast through the Jerusalem Mountains to the Judean desert, with emphasis on adaptation and phytogeography (research project, biology matriculation).
Teaching Experience and Empolyment:
From October 2002 - Dept of Evolution, Systematics and Ecology,
the Silberman Institute of Life Sciences The Hebrew University of
Jerusalem, Senior Lecturer.
1992-1999 - Teaching assistant at the Institute of Life Sciences, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem in the courses:
TA in "Introductory Statistics and Probability" for
Biologists (2nd year).
TA in Evolution for final year B.Sc. and graduate students.
October 1996 - Instructor in the course "Ecological Field Camp" on basic research methods (theoretical and field work) in Ecology for B.Sc. ecology students, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.
1994-1997 - Initiator and organizer of "ESE Club", student seminar for the graduate students in Ecology, Systematics and Evolution (ESE). Scientific discussions, journal clubs and seminars on various ecological and evolutionary topics, research methodological issues etc.
1992-1999 - Zoology and nature group leader and guide in Kenya, East Africa, working for the Geographical Tours and Neot Hakikar.
1992-1999 - Lecturer on East Africa, Australia, zoology, ecology, conservation and various topics in Israeli Ministry of Tourism academic courses, tour-guide courses, and international group leader courses; lecturer for the Geographical Tours and Neot Hakikar.
1989-1992 - Guide and lecturer in elementary and high school science and nature courses.
1986-1988 - Nature, wildlife and conservation guide in Hermon Field School, the Society for Protection of Nature in Israel.
1985-1986 - Volunteer service in development town
Mitspe Ramon in the Negev desert, Israel. Community work with children,
youth and adults.
For interested prospective
(potential B.Sc., M.Sc. and Ph.D students in our group)
You are welcome to browse through this web page, my research projects and directions, and download papers, and if this seems fascinating and interesting to you, and you are interested in joining our research group, please e-mail me firstname.lastname@example.org with some information on your previous studies, research and interests so that we can arrange a meeting. Please download this file for more details The Biodiversity Research Group .
Postdoctoral Fellows and
Dr. Rafi Kent (Ph.D.
Technion; 2010 - Jan 2011)
Dr. Gili Konyak (Ph.D. Hebrew University of Jerusalem; 2009 - April 2010)
Dr. Francois Chiron (Ph.D. Museum of Natural History, Paris; Dec 2006 - July 2008)
Prof. Donald Dearborn (Lady Davis Sabbatical Fellow from the USA; March 2008 - May 2008)
Dr. Anne Turbe (Ph.D. Cambridge; Nov 2006 - April 2008)
Dr. Guy Pe’er (Ph.D. BGU; Feb 2005 - Oct 2006)
Dr. Susan Shirley (Ph.D. University of British Columbia; Sep 2005 - Dec 2006)
Tessa Rawson (Ph.D.
Eran Brokovich (Ph.D. student, graduated 2009)
Maya Sella (M.A. student, graduated 2008)
Gilad Bino (M.Sc. student, graduated 2007)
Oded Levanoni (M.Sc. student, graduated 2007)
Assaf Schwartz (M.Sc. student, graduated 2007)
Yotam Orchan (M.Sc. student, graduated 2006)
Orit Nir (M.Sc. student, graduated 2006)
International advisory to
Shiri Noy - Summer project advisor (student exchange from McGill University, Canada) (2003).
Utku Perktas - Advisory scientist for Ph.D thesis (Hacettepe University, Department of Biology, Ankara, Turky) (2002-2003).
Undergraduate and other project students supervision in my lab:
Gil Rosenblum - Reintroduction of
Fallow Deer in the Jerusalem Mountains (with collaboration of
Jerusalem Biblical Zoo).
Rony Atid, Amirim Project (Faculty of Science excellent student program) undergraduate research project on spatial patterns in biodiversity and cultural diversity (2007).
Tali Rosenberg – A database study on introduced species in Israel and in Europe.
Racheli Ben-David - Undergraduate (Biology) project advisor: interactions among alien and native cavity nesters (2004-2005).
Hagit Tamari –Etgar excellent student program research project advisor: changes in biodiversity along an elevation gradient and ecotones in Mount Hermon (2004-2005).
Gilad Bino – Etgar excellent student program research project advisor: Fluctuating asymmetry as an indicator of environmental stress
Assaf Shwartz - Undergraduate (Biology) and Summer project advisor: Bird diversity and invasion in Park Hayarkon (2003-2004).
Yaacof Rosman - Undergraduate (psyhcobiology) project advisor. The factors that shape the sucess of house sparrows in urban environments (2003-2004).
Adam Schalimtzek - Undergraduate (psyhcobiology) project advisor (2003-2004).
Gilad Bino – summer project: bird biodiversity along periphery-core and urban gradients (2003-2004).
David Cohen Khallas – Undergraduate project advisor: Bird diversity and invasion in Park Hayarkon (2003)
Ezer Miller – Graduate student summer project advisor: Adaptation and Response to environmental variation and Bird diversity and invasion in Park Hayarkon.
Samech Darawshi – Graduate Project on biodiversity of birds in traditional vs. modern agricultural landscapes advisor and summer project on: Urban bird biodiversity in open spaces and urban regions in Jerusalem (2003-2004).
Dr. Aderet Reich-Solomon – Summer research project on urban bird biodiversity in Jerusalem.
International advisory to graduate students:
Shiri Noy - Summer project advisor (student exchange from McGill University, Canada) on introduced mammals in Mediterranean climate regions).
Amir Ma’agan – B.Sc. seminar on introduced species in Israel (2003).
Adi Chasson – B.Sc. seminar on fluctuating asymmetry and sexual selection (2003).
Avital Dov – Etgar excellent student program research seminar advisor on introduced species (2003).
Tamar Marcus – Etgar excellent student program research seminar advisor (2003).
2011 – 2017 – International PI, Australian Research Council
Centre of Excellence for Environmental Decisions (CEED, Prof. Hugh
2008 – 2011 – Appointed for three years as
an Honorary Reader at the University of Queensland, Australia.
2007 – Awarded the Australian Research Council (ARC) Linkage International Fellowship for a Sabbatical with
2006 – Awarded the Prof. Hannah Farkas-Himsley and Alexander Himsley prize for excellence in scientific research for a young scientist in the Life Sciences.
2005 – The Nekudat Hen Yad Hanadiv Grant for Promotion of the Environmental assets in Agricultural Landscapes in Israel. Biodiversity in agricultural landscapes along the climatic gradient in Israel.
2005 – FP6 ALARM (Subcontract): Assessing large-scale
environmental risks. Study on the ecology of Tomares nesimachus,
2004 – Israel Science Foundation (ISF) grant. The role of
ecotones as biodiversity hotspots (for 4 years).
2004 – FP6 STREP grant (DAISIE: Delivering Alien Invasive
Species Inventories for Europe; for 3 years).
2004 – Israeli Ministry of Sciences and Technology (MOST)
of invasive birds on the local bird biodiversity (migrant and resident)
2003 - Awarded the Alon Fellowship (by VATAT).
2003 – Awarded the Marsden Fund of the Royal Society of New Zealand (with Dr. Phil Lester, PI)
2002 - Offered the Israel Science Foundation Bikura Post-Doctoral Fellowship.
2001-2002- The Morrison Institute for Population and Resource Studies Grant.
2000-2001 - Stanford University Post-Doctoral Fellowship.
1999-2000 - The Rothschild Foundation Post-Doctoral Fellowship.
1999 - Offered the Fulbright Foundation Post-Doctoral Fellowship.
1999 - Keren Kayemet LeIsrael (JNF) grant for study of Trends in diversity across the range.
1998 - Australian Friends of the Hebrew University. Grant for participation and presentation of work at the International Society for Conservation Biology Annual Meeting in Macquarie Univ., Sydney, Australia.
1998 - South African Friends of the Hebrew University. Grant for participation and presentation of work at the 22nd International Ornithological Conference in Durban, South Africa.
1998 - The International Ornithological Conference, Durban Grant.
1997 - The JNF Center for Study of the Desertification and Restoration Ecology Research Center, grant for extending study and field work to China.
1996-1997 - The Inter-University Ecology Fund Grant. Research topic: Spatial patterns within the distribution range, and their implications for conservation.
1996-1998 - The Rieger Foundation Grant, The Desertification and Restoration Ecology Research Center, through the JNF. Research Topic: Trends in within-population diversity along the distribution range in the context of conservation and the Global Climate Change: Partridges as a model.
1996 - Association of Animal Behaviour (ASAB) grant for participation in summer meeting, UK.
1995 - The Polak prize for excellence in academic research achievement and studies, The Institute of Life Sciences, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
1994-1996 - The Inter-University Ecology Fund. Research topic: Partridges as a model for testing hypothesis on variability in peripheral versus core populations, in the context of the Global Climate Change.
1994-1996 - The Pontremoli Research Fund through the Division of Financial Projects, Jewish National Fund (JNF).
1994-1995 - The Joe Alon Center for Regional Studies, Lahav, Research Grant.
1994 - The International Center, Blaustein Institute for Desert Research, Ben Gurion University Grant for participation in the XXI International Ornithological Conference in Vienna, Austria.
1993 - The Mitrani Center for Desert Ecology, Blaustein Institute for Desert Research Global Climate Change Research Grant.
1992-1994 - The International Center, The Blaustein Institute for Desert Research, Ben Gurion University Grant.
1992 The Dean's list for academic excellence.
1991 The Dean's list for academic excellence.
The Association of Animal Behaviour (1996-2001)
Society for Conservation Biology (1995-2004)
The Ecological Society of America
The Lepidopterists' Society of Israel (1999-2005)
The Society for Protection of Nature, Israel
Reviewer for peer-reviewed journals:
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, Biology Letters (The Royal Society), Diversity and Distribution, Ecology, Evolution, Ecography, Biological Invasions, Israel Journal of Zoology, Journal of Arid Environments, Journal of Avian Biology, Israel Journal of Plant Sciences, Oikos.
EDS MATLAB program (Kark and Mukerji, T. 2001), the two files should be downloaded:
Download the EDS (Estimator in a Dependent Sample) bootstrap MATLAB program calculationEDS file (Kark and Mukerji, T. 2002)
file (Kark and Mukerji, T. 2002)
Articles and interviews
about my work:
The 11th International Coral Reef
20th International Congress of Zoology
Facility on Applied Environmental Decision Analysis Workshop on
genetics in conservation planning,
Kark, S., 2000. The Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, Snowbird, August 2000.Kark, S. 2000. Patterns of diversity and asymmetry across the distribution range and their implications for conservation. San Francisco Bay Area Conservation Biology Symposium 2000. January 29th, 2000, Stanford University, USA.
Kark, S. 1998. Are geographically peripheral populations ecologically marginal? Fluctuating asymmetry in the chukar partridge in Israel. Poster presentation at the Society for Conservation Biology Annual Meeting, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia, July 10-14, 1998, and at the 22nd International Ornithological Conference, Durban, South Africa, 16-22 August 1998.Kark, S., U. N. Safriel, I. Noy-Meir and E. Randi. Patterns of genetic diversity and fluctuating asymmetry across the distribution range: a focus on ecotones. Arid Land consortium meeting, Dec. 17, 1998, Sede Boqer, Israel.
Committee of the first International Invasive Bird Conference (
May 2008 – Co-organizer of the 1st International Conference on Butterflies of the Middle East,
July 2005 – Host and presenter at the Israeli Lepidopterists
Society Annual Meeting, Dept. of ESE, Givat Ram Campus, The Hebrew
University of Jerusalem.
March 2005, April 2005 – coordinator for meetings of the Hebrew
University Inter-disciplinary Biodiversity Research Center (MIGVAN)
30 January 2004 – Organizer and presenter at the first meeting of the Hebrew University Inter-disciplinary Biodiversity Research Center (MIGVAN).
24 June 2004 – Host and presenter at the second meeting of the
Hebrew University Inter-disciplinary Biodiversity Research Center
21-24 September 2003 – Invited organizer of opening symposium
US National Academy of Sciences (NAS) meeting: Frontiers of Science.
Biodiversity in a Changing World: A Perspective From The Middle East.
April 2007 – The Dept. of
March 2007 – The Ecology Centre,
May 2005 – Seminar to the Environmental Sciences Program, The
15 Dec 2004 - Dept. of Entomology, The Faculty of Agriculture,
Food and Environmental Quality Sciences, The Hebrew University, Rehovot.
5 Dec 2004 - Philosophy of Science Colloquium, Bar Ilan
University, seminar on invasive species.
October 2004 – Science Teachers Training, lecture on
biodiversity and global change.
15 December 2003 - The Animal Ecology Group, Giessen
University, Giessen, Germany (presented by undergraduate student Gilad
19 November 2003 – Seminar, the Scientific Division, The Israel
Nature and Parks Authority.
11 May 2003 - BioClub (computer science and biology group) seminar, The Computer Science Department, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel.
1 May 2003 - The Graduate program in Management of Natrural and
Environmental Resources, Haifa University, Israel.
24 February 2003 – The Ecology and Environmental Quality Program, Tel Aviv University, Israel.
10 January 2003 – School of Biological Sciences, University of Wellington in Victoria, New Zealand.
24 December 2002 – Dept. of Desert Ecology, Blaustein Institute for Desert Research, Sede Boqer, Israel.
23 October 2001 – Dept. of Fishery and Wildlife Sciences, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, USA.
21 February 2001 - Dept. of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of California, Santa Cruz.
2 June 2000 - Center for Population Biology, Imperial College at Silwood Park, UK.
24 May 2000 - Dept. of Biology, Antwerp University, Belgium.
10 May 2000 - The Graduate Student Seminar, Dept. of Biological Sciences, Stanford University, USA.
16 February 2000 - Presentation at the Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, University of California, Berkeley, USA.
11 February - Presentation at the Conservation Biology Graduate Seminar, University of California, Davis, USA.
1 December 1999 - Presentation, Dept. of Fisheries and Wildlife, Utah State University, Logan, USA.
19 November 1999 - Presentation in "Avian Studies" meeting, San Francisco State University, SF, USA.
28 October 1999 - Presentation at the Center for Conservation Biology, Dept. of Biological Sciences, Stanford University, USA.
18 August 1999 - Presentation at the Dept. of Biology, Leeds University, Leeds, UK.
13 July 1999 - Presentation at the Dept. of Agricultural Botany and Dept. of Entomology, The Faculty of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Quality Sciences, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Rehovot, Israel.
5 July 1999 - Presentation at the Scientific Division, The Nature Conservation and National Park Authority, Israel.
21 June 1999 - Ph.D. Thesis presentation and defense, Dept. of Ecology, Systematics and Evolution, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel.
9 June 1999 - Presentation, The Mitrani Dept. for Desert Ecology, Blaustein Institute for Desert Research, Sede Boqer, Israel.
1 June 1999 - Presentation, Oranim Campus,
University of Haifa, Israel.
June 2005 – Workshop and working meetings of FP6 project DAISIE
on introduced vertebrates in Europe, Bern University.
May 2005 – Meeting of Bridging the Rift (a joint
Stanford-Cornell-Israel-Jordan research Center in the Arava Valley)
biodiversity team, Amman, Jordan.
March 2005 – Meeting of the Israeli Association of Philosophy
and History of Science, Van Leer Institute, Jerusalem (biological
February 2005 – First workshop of the EU FP6 DAISIE (Delivering
Alien Invasive Species Inventories for Europe) consortium, Bacrelona.
January 2005 – First Field Survey and workshop (Israel and
Jordan) of Bridging the Rift - a joint Stanford-Cornell-Israel-Jordan
research Center in the Arava Valley.
August 2004 – Working visit, Stanford University.
June 2004 – Biodiversity conference, Tel Aviv University.
May 2004 – Yad Hanadiv conference on agricultural landscapes,
The Rotschild Foundation, Kibbutz Tzuba.
December 2003 - The 39th Conference of the Zoological society
The Institute for Desert Research, Sede Boqer Campus.
August 2003 – Working visit, FP6 symposium organization, Leeds
July 2003 – Working visit, Institute of Ecology and
June 2003 – Meeting of The Environmental Studies Center, The Hebrew University (on climate change and the Kyoto Protocol).
May 2003 – Workshop on Foundational Issues in Biology, Van Leer Institute, Jerusalem.
January 2003 – Working visit, School of Biological Sciences, University of Victoria in Wellington, New Zealand (Dr. Phil Lester and Dr. Stephen Hartley).
December 2002 – Working visit, BIOMAPS group, Bonn University (Prof. Barthlott), Germany.
July 2002 – Working visit in Las Cruces Research Station, Organization for Tropical Studies, Costa Rica.
September 2000 - The GISP (Global Invasive Species Project) meeting, Kirstenbosch, South Africa.
August 2000 - Working visit in Cedar Creek LTER (Long Term Ecological Research site), Minnesota, USA (Prof. Mark Ritchie).
16-19 March 2000 - Participation in the National Academy of Sciences colloquium: The Future of Evolution, Irvine, California, USA.
24-29 October, 1998 - CNRS Jacques Monod Conference: Towards a new synthesis: The evolutionary theory at the dawn of the millennium, Roscoff, Brittany, France.
August 1998 - Working visit at James Cook University, Townsville, Australia, including field work with Allen McIlwee on spatial patterns and causes of fragmented distribution of greater gliders, using radio-tracking and GPS methods.
July 1998 - Working visit at the Tasmanian Department of Environment and Land Management, Parks and Wildlife Service, Hobart, Australia.
8-9 July 1998 - Visit at the Plant Protection Research Institute, Weeds Research Division, The Agricultural Research Council, Pretoria, South Africa.
November 1997 - Visit to China as part of an Israeli-Chinese-Italian research collaboration that continued the research in Israel on the chukar partidge.
July 1996 - Participation in the Association of Animal Behaviour (ASAB) conference: From Individual Behaviour to Population Processes. University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK.
July-August, 1995 - Joint Jordanian-Israeli-Palestinian research project delegation for combating and evaluating desertification risk in the Arava Valley. The INCD Middle East Sub-regional Joint Study preparatory field trips. Planning and project design tour in Arava valley, Jericho, Jordan and Israel. The Israel Foreign Ministry (three person Israeli delegation, Prof. U. N. Safriel, Head).
July 6-10, 1995 - Participation at The Resource Modeling Association International Meeting, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa.
July 1995 - South Africa, Southern Cape Nature Conservation, concluding field summary in national parks (Western Cape region National Parks: False Bay, Walker Bay coastal reserves and sand dunes, De Hoop and De Mond Nature Reserves) with C. Marais, Head scientist, Cape Nature Conservation.
July 1995 - South Africa, Zululand, Mkuzi National Park, Distance Sampling study. With Dr. Peter Goodman and Ian Rushworth, Natal Parksboard scientists. Practical work: estimating abundances of mammals and large birds within the park.
June 26-30, 1995 - International Workshop, University of Natal, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa. Distance Sampling: Design and Analysis of Distance Sampling Data. Theory and Application. Estimating abundances of natural populations.
June 1994 - International Workshop on Arid Land Management - Towards Ecological Sustainability, Jerusalem and the Negev.
January 1994 - The 30th Conference of the Zoological society of Israel, Tel-Aviv.
October 1992 - The Herpetological Society of Israel
March 2005, April 2005 – coordinator for meetings of the Hebrew University Inter-disciplinary Biodiversity Research Center (MIGVAN)
30 January 2004 – Organizer and presenter at the first meeting
Hebrew University Inter-disciplinary Biodiversity Research Center.
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