12 Mar 2014
Terry Griswold presents "Rare is Common, Common is Rare: ...
17 Mar 2014
Fish Ecologist Candidate Seminar/Social: Andrew Mahon- Research Seminar in Lib 154 at 1:30 PM with...
18 Mar 2014
Fish Ecologist Candidate Seminar/Social: Andrew Mahon- Teaching Seminar at 11 AM in NR 108
19 Mar 2014
Fish Ecologist Candidate Seminar/Social: ...
19 Mar 2014
How ecological interactions create spatial patterning and why it matters for communities and ecosystems: stories...
September 18-19, 2013
Daniel Richter, Duke University
September 18: The Changing Model of Soil
September 19: The Rhizosphere and Soil Formation
October 16-17, 2013
Vanessa Ezenwa, University of Georgia
October 16: Worms, germs and anesthesia: a parasite perspective on wildlife ecology.
October 17: From Host Immunity to Pathogen Invasion: linking helminth co-infection and microparasite dynamics
November 13-14, 2013
Peter McIntyre, University of Wisconsin-Madison
November 13: Prospects for freshwater biodiversity & ecosystem services: are we gaining ground?
November 14: (Re)Making connections: linking migratory fishes and ecosystems
December 4-5, 2013
Amy Angert, University of British Columbia
December 4: Predicting Species' Distributions -- current limitations and next steps
December 5: The Evolutionary Ecology of Geographic Range Limits in Monkeyflowers
January 15-16, 2014
Cagan Sekercioglu, University of Utah
January 15: Macroecology and Conservation Biogeography of the World's Birds
January 16: Turkey's Globally Important Biodiversity in Crisis
February 19-20, 2014
Josh Lawler, University of Washington
February 19: Conservation in a Changing Climate
February 20: Will Animals be Able to Track Projected Changes in Climate?
March 19-20, 2014
Dan Doak, Univesity of Colorado at BoulderMarch 19: How ecological interactions create spatial patterning and why it matters for communities and ecosystems: stories from an African savanna March 20: What is “recovery” of an endangered species, and how would you know? Condors, bears, and other case studies in conservation management.
April 16-17, 2014
Kathleen Weathers, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies
Each speaker will give two seminars:
· Wednesday: 6:00-7:00 p.m. followed by a reception. Location: AGRS 101
· Thursday: 4:00-5:00 p.m. preceded by refreshments at 3:30 p.m. Location: VSB 130
For seminar titles and abstracts, please see our website: http://www.usu.edu/ecology/. Titles and abstracts will be posted as they are received.
To schedule a personal meeting with a speaker, contact the Ecology Center office x2555 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.