17 Apr 2014

Ecology Center Seminar Series presents Kathleen Weathers of Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies speaking on "Fogs,...

18 Apr 2014

Tour USU's Intermountain Herbarium and view plant-themed art in a variety of media.

19 Apr 2014

Tour USU's Intermountain Herbarium and view plant-themed art in a variety of media.

25 Apr 2014

The Sociology, Social Work and Anthropology Department and iUTAH present Dr. Joanna Ganning speaking on...

2010-2011 EC Seminar Series

170 degreesDr. Sue Galatowitsch, University of Minnesota, April 6-7, 2011

Making Ecological Restoration More Effective: Some Ideas from Around the World

Coping with climate change: Adaptation planning for wetlands

170 degreesDr. Randy Dahlgren, University of California, Davis, March 23-24, 2011

Nitrogen dynamics in the hyporheic zone of the lower San Joaquin River, California

Geologic determinism of terrestrial and aquatic ecosystem productivity (unavailable to view on website)

170 degreesDr. Robert F. Rockwell, American Museum of Natural History, Feb 16-17, 2011

Lesser snow geese - ecoterrorists of the tundra? 

The early bear gets the goose: climate change, polar bears and lesser snow geese (not filmed)

170 degreesDr. Claire Kremen, University of California, Berkeley, Jan 12-13, 2011

Pollination services and agroecosystems: searching for sustainability?

Disassembly and reassembly of pollinator communities across landscape gradients: functional effects (unavailable to view on website)

170 degreesDr. Joan Roughgarden, Stanford University, Dec 1-2, 2010

Incentives in the Family Firm: An Evolutionary/Economic Theory for Parent-Offspring Relations

Evolutionary Aspects of Gender and Sexuality

170 degreesDr. David Inouye, University of Maryland, Nov 10-11, 2010

The effects of climate change at high altitude on phenology, frost frequency, plant demography, and pollinators. 

How does natural history become science, and what can it tell us about climate change?

170 degreesDr. Doug Levey, University of Florida, Oct 20-21, 2010

Putting Habitat Corridors to the Test

Why Are Chili Peppers Hot?

170 degreesDr. Carlos Martinez del Rio, University of Wyoming, Sept 15-16, 2010

How fast and how faithful: Models for animal isotopic ecology

From isotopes to adaptive radiations: A cyborg’s perspective  (not filmed)