Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Seminars
All Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Seminars are held Mondays at 3:30PM, in 112 Newins-Ziegler Hall. Cookies and coffee are always served.
Patricia Wright, Stony Brook University
"For the love of lemurs: Research and Conservation in Madagascar"
Daijiang Li, Dept. Wildife Ecology and Conservation, UF
"Long-term community dynamics of pine barrens in central Wisconsin: species, functional traits and phylogeny"
F. Stephen Dobson, Dept. Biological Sciences, Auburn University
"Mate choice ornaments of king penguins: are they honest signals?"
Carlos Garcia-Robledo, University of Connecticut
"Global Warming, Coextinctions and the Colonization of Novel Environments by Insect Herbivores"
Ding Li Yong, The Australian National University
"Measuring insect diversity in the Australian countryside - a surrogate approach to conservation planning"
Stephen Mulkey, Sustainability Science for a Resilient Future
"Higher education programming in the era of biosphere disruption"
Lisa Davenport, Florida Museum of Natural History
"Mapping avian flyways in South America with satellite telemetry: state of knowledge and future directions"
Ullas Karanth, WCS Asia
"Counting Tigers: The Science, Sociology and Politics"
John Terborgh, Florida Museum of Natural History
"Predation and Biodiversity Conservation: a Global Disconnect."
Brunno Oliveira, Dept. Wildife Ecology and Conservation, UF
Jane Anderson, Dept. Wildife Ecology and Conservation, UF
Ellen Robertson, Dept. Wildife Ecology and Conservation, UF
Julie Lockwood, Dept. Ecol. Evol. And Natural Resources, Rutgers University
"Can we conserve biodiversity in an increasingly urbanized world?"