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Weekly Ecology Seminars and Events

Ecology-related seminars and events, May 8-12

“Movement dynamics and survival of hatchery-reared Colorado River Cutthroat trout post-stocking”, Alexander LeCheminant
Monday, May 8, 12 pm, BC Auditorium
Part of the Zoo/Phys Brown Bag Seminar Series

EcoInfo Working Group
Advice and technical assistance on study design, data storage, spatial/GIS workflows, statistical analyses, and genomic data workflow
Thursdays, 10:00-12:00 pm, Ag 316 - drop in for part of or the entire time
Hosted by Shannon Albeke, WYGISC, and Nic and Vikram, INBRE

“Energy Connections”, Energy Resources student presentations
Thursday, May 11, 10:15 am, Energy Innovation Center 209
Students will present research-based multimedia projects exploring topics and media about energy development

“Geographic and environmental context of variation in the spruces of western North America,” Monia, Haselhorst
Thursday, May 11, 1 pm, BC Auditorium
PhD Dissertation Defense, Program in Ecology

“A worm’s tale: Secrets of Inheritance and Immortality,” Craig Mello, Nobel Laureate, Howard Hughes Medical Institute
Thursday, May 11, 1:30 pm, Scarlett Auditorium, Business Building
Special Seminar

“Phenotypic diversification of crops involves the evolution of complex circadian, morphological, and physiological associations,” Yulia Yarkhunova
Friday, May 12, 9-10 am, Classroom Building 103
PhD Dissertation Defense, Program in Ecology

“Risk effects of human disturbance on the winter foodscape: nutritional relationships among behavior, forage availability and human disturbance for a large herbivore,” Samantha Dwinnell
Friday, May 12, 9 am, Classroom Building 133
M.S. Thesis Defense, Zoology and Physiology

Adopt a Catchment!
Registration is open for the Rocky Mountain Amphibian Project this summer! Adopt your own catchment and help track frogs, toads and salamanders in the mountains of Wyoming.
Adopt here: http://www.toadtrackers.org/


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