Ecomunch

  • EcoMunch/EEB 5471 Seminar Schedule (cross-listed as BIOL5471, BOT5471, MBIO5471, 1 cr hr, for Spring 2014; Wednesdays, 1:30-2:30 pm, Richards Hall 304
  • There is free parking for Museum and Survey attendees at 748 College (entry on Parsons, left side of driveway)

ECOMUNCH: FALL 2014 SEMESTER:

 

Date Speaker Title
20-Aug Kyle Horton

The sounds of avian migration, trends and quantification of flight calling songbirds

27-Aug Rachel Hartnett

Genetic and Environmental Components of Life-History Traits in Daphnia

3-Sept Dr. Rosemary Knapp

The Survey of Academic Field Experiences – food for thought and ideas for improvement of “non-traditional” work and study environments

10-Sept

Dr. Bradley Stevenson

Microbial Activity in B20 Biodiesel: Assessing Risks to Fuel Quality and Infrastructure

17-Sept
Dr. Jeremy Ross

Avifaunal impacts of severe storms

24-Sept
Dr. Jeff Necola

Through both ends of a spyglass:  North American land snail assemblages from submeter to continental scales

1-Oct Dr. Kiza Gates Science and Policy During Environmental Crises: Experiences as a AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellow with USGS Natural Hazards
8-Oct Billy Culver Population genetic structure and fitness of Daphnia pulicaria across a pH gradient in three North American lakes
15-Oct Dr. Keith Gido
U. Kansas State
Meta-community dynamics of desert fishes
22-Oct Diane Landoll

Scissor-tailed Flycatchers or Something

29-Oct
Amber Makowicz

Clonal Recognition Part 2: The influence of body shape, food, and the natural environment

5-Nov Greg Jongsma

Diversity and Biogeography of the frog genus Hylarana in sub-Saharan Africa

12-Nov

Dr. Mark Pyron

Freshwater gastropod morphology and diet across complete geographical ranges. 

19-Nov

Elyse Freitas

The Phylogenetics, Biogeography, and Patterns of Limb Loss in the South African Lizard Genus Scelotes

26-Nov

 

No Meeting
3-Dec

Dr. Antonio Castro

Ecosystem services trade-offs for watershed management

 

 

 


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