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.
Seminar Class Meeting
Charlie Krebs (U Brit. Columbia-Emeritus)
Seven Questions about the 10-year Cycle of Snowshoe Hares in Canada’s Yukon
ML King Day - No Seminar
Christopher Whelan (U of Illinois)
Birds and rails: do birds live on the wrong side of the tracks?
Stefano Allesina (U Chicago)
Dynamics of large ecological systems: a random matrix approach
Ellen Damschen (U Wisconsin-Madison)
“The impacts of global change and conservation solutions on fire-dependent plant communities”
Jeff Lucas (Purdue University)
Hearing: the other side of avian communication.
Steve Davis (Everglades Foundation)
“Caught between a rock and a soft spot: peat collapse and habitat vulnerability in the oligohaline coastal Everglades"
SPRING BREAK - No Seminar
Kay Kirkman (Joseph Jones Center)
Restoration and conservation management of the longleaf pine ecosystem: understanding pieces of the puzzle
Madelon van De Kerk (WEC PhD Exit Seminar)
Dynamics and persistence of the Florida panther population: an individual-based approach
Rajeev Pillay (WEC PhD Exit Seminar)
Decoding Songbird Vocalizations Reveals The Hidden Impacts Of Logging
Shawn Riley (Michigan State U)
Factors affecting trust and confidence in a state wildlife agency
Ernane Vieira Neto (WEC PhD Exit Seminar)
“Road proximity alters the demography and expansion of native herbivore populations in Neotropical savannas”
Fabiane Mundim (WEC PhD Exit Seminar)
“The effect of climate change on above and belowground plant-herbivore interactions”
WEC Master's Symposium & Spring Showcase