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Weekly Seminars and Events

Ecology-related Seminars and Events

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September 22-26, 2014

"Population dynamics, space use and conservation genetics of migratory caribou in the context of climate change," Steven Cote
     Monday, Sept. 22, 12:00 pm, Berry Center 138
     Part of the Zoology/Physiology brown bag seminar series

"The Plus Energy [low-energy] School in Rostock, Germany," Georg‐Wilhelm Mainka
     Monday, Sept. 22, 5:00 pm, 3070 Engineering Hall
     Hosted by UW Civil Engineering

EcoInfo Working Group
     Thursday, 1:00 - 3:00 pm, Agriculture 316
     Come for all or part of the time, hosted by Shannon Albeke, WyGISC

"The Wyoming Migration Initiative online Migration Viewer (GIS but only better)," Shannon Albeke and Bill Rudd
     Friday, Sept. 26, 12:00 pm, Ag 316
     Part of the WyGISC GeoSpatial Forum Series

"Integrative evolution of the digestive physiology of snakes," Stephen Secor
     Friday, Sept. 26, 12:10 pm, Berry Center 138
     Part of the Zoology/Physiology weekly seminar series

"Range shifts from climate change: evaluating impacts on species and assemblages," Dan Gibson-Reinemer, PhD Student
     Friday, Sept. 26, 1:30 pm, Classroom 306
     Ecology dissertation defense

"Elevated CO2 further lengthens the growing season under warmed conditions," Melissa Reyes-Fox, USDA-ARS-Soil Plant Nutrient Research Unit
     Friday, Sept. 26, 2:00 pm, Agriculture 1030
     Part of the ESM Research Across Disciplines seminar series

"Eating and Being Eaten: The Importance of Plan Chemical Variation for Multi-trophic Interactions," Dean Bowers
     Friday, Sept. 26, 3:10 pm, Aven Nelson 212
     Part of the Botany weekly seminar series

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