Fall 2019 Seminar Series
Fridays 3-4pm at LINC 302.
Free & open to the public!
Join via Zoom: https://beav.es/ZB4
october 4 - Elizabeth Borer (University of Minnesota):
From elements to elk and elephants: effects of nutrients and herbivores in global grasslands.
October 11 - Rob Fletcher (University of Florida):
Connections in nature: the problem of connectivity and movement in the Anthropocene
October 18 - Beth Gardner (University of Washington)
Wildlife movement and space use in a changing environment
October 25 - Christian Hagen (Oregon State University)
Conservation conundrum, voluntary action or regulatory controls to restore imperiled species?
November 1 - Kelly Biedenweg (Oregon State University)
The Social Conservationist: Trust, Identity, and Bias in Biological Conservation
November 8 - Scott Mills (University of Montana):
Seasonal Camouflage Reveals the Potential for Adaptive Rescue to Climate Change
November 15 - Bruce Menge (Oregon State University):
Biogeographical community ecology: insights from a long-term experimental perspective in a climate change context
November 22 - Matt Johnson (Humboldt State University)
Birds, pests, and habitat: case studies of bird-provided ecosystem services from Jamaica, Kenya and California
December 6 - Claire Kremen (University of British Columbia):
Whole Earth conservation: Designing landscapes that work for people and nature