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Weekly Ecology Seminars and Events

Ecology-related seminars and events, Nov. 28- Dec. 2

“Travels in coastal Alaska and innovations on the study of an elusive carnivore, the river otter,” Adi Barocas
Monday, Nov. 28, 12:00 pm, BC Auditorium
Part of the Zoology/Physiology Brown Bag Series

"Understanding ecosystem based adaptation (EbA), Nepal's experience in the academic sector,"  Prof. Madan Koirala
Monday, Nov. 28, 3:10 pm, Ag 137
Ecosystem Science and Management Guest Speaker

“Carbon in Storage in its Natural Habitat,” Ellen Wohl, CSU
Monday, Nov. 28, 3:10 pm, Geology Building 216
Part of the Geology/Geophysics Distinguished Lecture Series

“Identifying Habitat Quality and Population Response of Greater Sage-grouse to Treated Wyoming Big Sagebrush Habitats”, Kurt T. Smith
Tuesday, Nov. 29, 1-2 pm, Classroom 310
Ecosystem Science and Management PhD Defense Seminar

"Impacts of Native Cultivar Plantings Along a 30-year Restoration Chronosequence,” Mary Poelman
Tuesday, Nov. 29, 1-2 pm, Ag 137
Rangeland Ecology and Watershed Management M.S. Defense Seminar

Science Café with the Prather Lab, talks by Jonathan Prather, Karagh Murphy, and Jeff Dunning
Wednesday, Nov. 30, 6:30 pm (refreshments)/ 7:00 pm talks begin, BC Auditorium
Hosted by the Laramie Audubon Society and UW Biodiversity Institute
See the LAS website for more information on the talks.

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

Wildlife Genomics and Disease Ecology Lab Open House
Thursday, Dec. 1, 12-2 pm, 6th floor of Ag Building
Room 6017- Lab and Demos, Room 6014- Refreshments

"Harnessing the soil microbiome to support plant health", Matt Wallenstein, CSU
Thursday, Dec. 1, 12:20 pm, Classroom 118
Part of the Botany Distinguished Speaker Series

“Pelagic fishes of Lake Tanganyika: what we know and where we’re going,” Katie Wagner, Wyoming
Thursday, Dec. 1, 5:30 pm, BS 311
American Fisheries Society Student Chapter Monthly Meeting (Food & Drinks provided)

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