Ecology, Evolution and Conservation of Biodiversity Seminar Series

WINTER 2018

Wednesdays at 4:00 pm, Learning Innovation Center (LINC), Room 302, Oregon State University

January 10

Unparalleled conservation opportunity: indigenous lands and large scale conservation of Amazon forest, the Kayapo - Barbara Zimmerman, Director Kayapo Project, International Conservation Fund Canada, Environmental Defense Fund


JANUARY 17

Bear predation on salmon: Behavior, evolution, and ecology - Thomas Quinn, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, University of Washington [Google Scholar]


January 24

New insights into old forests: Forest ecology and conservation in the area of the
Northwest Forest Plan
- Tom Spies, Pacific Northwest Research Station, USDA Forest Service [Google Scholar]


Enemies with benefits: Integrating positive and negative interactions among terrestrial carnivores - Laura Prugh, Environmental and Forest Sciences, University of Washington [Google Scholar]   

January 31


A wild solution for climate change (how ecosystem restoration can help significantly) - Thomas Lovejoy, United Nations Foundation and Environmental Science and Policy, George Mason University [Google Scholar]

FeBRUARY 7


TBD

FEbRUARY 14


The weird, wired underworld of the wood duck: Linking behavioral ecology to
population management
- John Eadie, Wildlife, Fish, and Conservation Biology, UC Davis [Google Scholar]

FEBRUARY 21


Managing for resilience of inland fishes - Stephanie Carlson, Environmental Science, Policy, and Management, UC Berkeley [Google Scholar]

FEBRUARY 28


How fear and energetics structure the ecology of large terrestrial predators - Chris Wilmers, Environmental Studies, UC Santa Cruz [Google Scholar]

March 7


Anna Jolles, Integrative Biology and Veterinary Medicine, Oregon State University [Google Scholar]

March 14