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Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Seminars
Fall 2017

All Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Seminars are held Mondays at 3:30PM, in 112 Newins-Ziegler Hall. Cookies and coffee are always served.

8/21/2017

No seminar, first day of classes

8/28/2017

Varun Goswami
"Facilitating the coexistence of people and wildlife in heterogeneous, human-dominated India"

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9/11/2017

Dana Karelus
"Linking movement patterns to habitat selection: black bears as a case study"

9/18/2017

Seminar is canceled

9/25/2017

Jabi Zabala, UF
"Life-history trade-offs and raptor monitoring, what can we learn form long-term programs?"

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10/2/2017

Josiah Townsend, IUP
"Evolutionary Diversification of the Chortis Highland Herpetofauna"

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10/9/2017

Seminar Canceled

10/16/2017

Seminar Canceled

10/23/2017

Jeremy Cohen, Postdoctoral, USF
"Climate change drives infectious disease across spatial and temporal scales"

Seminar Summary

10/30/2017

Ahimsa Campos-Arceiz, University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus
"Management & Ecology of Malaysian Elephants (MEME) - Moving towards an evidence based conservation"

Seminar Summary

11/6/2017

Elizabeth Pinaar, UF
"Conserving the Florida Panther on Private Lands"

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11/13/2017

Marty Main, Sea Grant UF
"Job opportunities in outreach..."

11/20/2017

Kevin Folta, UF
"Science Communication: Lessons learned from hostage negotiation, customer service and Aristotle"

11/27/2017

Liz Nichols, Swathmore College
"Biodiversity and ecosystem services across a habitat loss gradient: thresholds, tradeoffs and traits, oh my!"

12/4/2017

MS Presentations

12/15/2017

WEC Special Seminar

Gustavo Fonseca, Global Environmental Facility (The GEF)
"Global Environment Facility, the international Multilateral Environmental Agreements architecture, and my experience in it "