25 Apr 2014

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

2011-2012 EC Seminar Series

Dr. Nick Gotelli, University of Vermont, Burlington, April 4-5, 2012

The Ecological Consequences Of Nitrogen Deposition and Nutrient Loading: Insights From The Carnivorous Pitcher Plant Sarracenia purpurea 

An Experimental Approach To Studying The Ecological And Evolutionary Consequences Of Global Climate Change (no film available)

Dr. Richard Lindroth, University of Wisconsin, Madison, March 21-22, 2012

Th
e chemistry of ecology and ecology of life: molecules to ecosystems

The eco-evo-devo-chemo-biology of aspen (Populus tremuloides)


Dr. Brian McGill, University of Maine, Feb 8-9, 2012
What will be the effects of climate change on the natural world and what should concerned scientists do about it?

How close are we to a unified theory of biodiversity?

170 degrees

Dr. Jason Neff, University of Colorado, Boulder, Jan 11-12, 2012
Dust and air quality; an emerging interdisciplinary challenge for the Intermountain west.

Desert dust in the western US; the role of human disturbance on dust storms and nutrient transport across the rural West.

Dr. Jayne Belnap, USGS, Moab, UT November 30, December 1, 2012
Dust Emissions From Drylands Can Affect Regional Hydrology Of Large Rivers: How Will This Impact Future Water Supplies, And What Can Be Done About It?

The Future of Biological Soil Crusts in Face of Global Change


Dr. Roland Knapp, UC Santa Barbara, November 16-17, 2012
Impacts of nonnative trout on mountain ecosystems: thinking outside of the lake

Causes of amphibian population extinction versus persistence following disease-related mass mortality events



 170 degreesDr. Emma Rosi-Marshall, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies, Oct 26-27, 2011   

Exploring the ecology of the Colorado River Grand Canyon: the role of dams, introduced species and adaptive management.

Novel contaminants in aquatic ecosystems: inputs, fates and potential ecological effects. 

170 degreesDr. David Roubik, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, Panama, Sept 21-22, 2011 

What goes on in tropical nature, as far as bees and ecology are concerned?

Orchid bees and Charlie D. An analysis of how science progresses.

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