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
"Macroecology and conservation of multiple dimensions of biodiversity"
Jane Anderson, Dept. Wildife Ecology and Conservation, UF
"Monkeys and Mayhem - Ecology and Impacts of Florida's Non-Human Primate Populations"
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?"