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Program in Ecology
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Ecology-related Seminars

October 1-5, 2012

"Southeast WY Fisheries Management and Brown Trout Spawning in Spring Creek," Steve Gale, Wyoming Dept. Game and Fish
     Tuesday, Oct. 2, Biological Sciences 309, 5:30pm
     Part of the American Fisheries Society monthly meeting

"Why can’t humans share Spaceship Earth?," Eric Pianka, University of Texas at Austin
     Thursday, Oct. 4, 12:30pm, Berry Center 138
     Hosted by Program in Ecology students - more info

"Rarity in Australian Desert Lizards: Why are so many species rare?," Eric Pianka, University of Texas at Austin
     Thursday, Oct. 4, 4:10pm, Berry Center 138
     Hosted by Program in Ecology students - more info

"The State of the Environment in Nepal: Challenges and Opportunities," Kedar Rijal, Tribhuvan University, Nepal
     Friday, Oct. 5, 2:10pm, Ag 1030
     Part of UW Ecosystem Science and Management's Research Across Disciplines seminar series

"From gene regulation to morphological variation – the microevodevo of shoot architecture in Mimulus guttatus," Robert Baker, UW Botany
     Friday, Oct. 5, 3:30pm, Aven Nelson 212
     Part of UW Botany's weekly seminar series

 

Save the date: Ecology speakers, Fall 2012

October 8, Lee Whittlesey, Park Historian at Yellowstone National Park

"Greater Yellowstone Mammals, 1796-1881: An Interdisciplinary Analysis of Historical Observations," 7:00pm, Berry Center Auditorium   
Cohosted by the Berry Center, UW Libraries and the UW-NPS Research Center
Learn more >>

October 11, Joe Riis, National Geographic Photographer

“Conservation Photography from Around the World,” 7:00pm, Berry Center Auditorium   
Cohosted by the Berry Center, Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources and UW Zoology/Physiology
Learn more >>

November 1, Steve Buskirk, University of Wyoming

Berry Center Distinguished Speaker
Researches ecology and conservation of carnivores and their prey. 
www.uwyo.edu/berrycenter

November 8-9, Peter Adler, Utah State University

Program in Ecology student-invited speaker
Researches plant ecology in desert and semi-arid ecosystems, population and community dynamics, climate change and species interactions, and more.
www.cnr.usu.edu/htm/facstaff/adler-web

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