|2013-14 KBS Seminars|
Unless otherwise noted, seminars are held Friday in Stack 237 at 10:45 AM. Please contact the seminar committee (email@example.com) if you have questions.
May 19 - Jennifer Rudgers, University of New Mexico (Eminent Ecologist Series)
Title: Ecological dynamics and consequences of mutualisms: Small fungi with big impact
May 21 - Ken Whitney, University of New Mexico (Eminent Ecologist Series)
Title: The role of hybridization in biological invasions: general patterns and an experimental evolution study in sunflowers
June 9 - Dr. Peter Groffman, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies (Eminent Ecologist Series)
Title: Snow is good, worms are bad: Climate change, invasive species, and ecosystem services in forests
June 11 - Dr. Peter Groffman, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies (Eminent Ecologist Series)
Title: Ecological homogenization of urban America
July 7 - Dr. Andy Gonzalez, McGill University (Eminent Ecologist Series)
Title: Evolutionary resilience: Can evolution rescue populations and communities in the context of environmental change?
July 9 - Dr. Andy Gonzalez, McGill University (Eminent Ecologist Series)
Title: From science to solutions: Applying network ecology for the conservation of biodiversity and ecosystem services in fragmented landscapes and a warming climate.
Research Seminar Schedule
|Seminar - Katie Suding|
Friday Sep. 26th
Title: Species Interactions and how they influence response to environmental change: learning from the world above trees
|No Seminar - Faculty Retreat|
Friday Oct. 3rd
|Seminar - Michael Jones|
Friday Oct. 10th
Title: "Making good decisions in an uncertain world: the risky business of fishery management"
|Seminar - Tadashi Fukami|
Friday Oct. 17th
Historical contingency in community assembly: an obstacle or opportunity?
|Seminar - David Post|
Friday Oct. 24th
The tail of two fish: importance of intraspecific variation for community and ecosystem ecology
|Seminar - Ivette Perfecto|
Friday Oct. 31st
Biodiversity, complexity and pest control: a case study from the coffee agroecosystem
Host: Hosts: Hamilton/Snapp
|Seminar - Lisa Tiemann|
Friday Nov. 7th
|Seminar - Jim Grace|
Friday Nov. 14th
Can abstracting systems as causal networks resolve the most persistent debate in ecology?
|Seminar - Vincent Denef|
Friday Nov. 21st
Title: Do invasive zebra mussels alter structure of and carbon processing by bacterioplankton communities in lakes?
|Seminar - Sandy Marquart-Pyatt|
Friday Dec. 5th
|Seminar - Brian McGill|
Friday Jan. 16th
|Seminar - Kendi Davies|
Friday Jan. 23rd
|Seminar - Mark Urban|
Friday Jan. 30th
|Seminar - Kathie Weathers|
Friday Feb. 6th
|Seminar - Michael O’Rourke|
Friday Mar. 6th
|No Seminar - Spring Break|
Friday Mar. 13th
|Seminar - Sharon Strauss|
Friday Mar. 20th