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Weekly Ecology Seminars and Events

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October 24-28, 2016

Glaciers, Tectonics, and a Mountain’s Race Against Time: A Quarternary History of the St. Elias Orogen, Southern Alaska,” Lindsay Worthington, University of New Mexico
    Monday, Oct. 24, 3:10 pm, Geology Building 216
     Part of the Geology/Geophysics Distinguished Lecture Series
EEOB Working Group: "Examining metrics used in community ecology," Courtney Duchardt
    Monday, Oct. 24, 6:00 pm, Classroom 209
    Discussion of raw data, project planning, and sharing of ideas. Anyone interested in strengthening collaboration and communication among biologists is encouraged to attend.
"Community Outreach with the University of Wyoming Raccoon Project”, Rachel Fanelli and Lauren Stanton
and “How does bird diversity in the Prairie Potholes Region Respond to wetland persistence?”, Joanna Harter
     Wednesday, Oct. 26, 7 pm, Berry Center Auditorium
     Laramie Audubon Society Small Grants Recipient 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
Droning Over Transpiration in Time, Space, and from the Ground Below”, Heather Speckman
    Thursday, Oct. 27, 12:20 pm, Classroom 118
    Part of the Botany Brown Bag Series
"The Historical Journey of Wyoming’s Plant Explorers, From Horseback to Satellites," Robert Dorn
     Thursday, Oct. 27, 5:30 pm, Berry Center Auditorium
     Preceded with a tour of the Rocky Mountain Herbarium at 4:30 pm- 3rd floor of the Aven Nelson Building
     Hosted by the Rocky Mountain Herbarium and the UW Biodiversity Institute
Lek-based Tracking Tool and Statewide Reclamation Efforts: Tracking Disturbance, Disruptions, Reclamation and Peak Males,” Nicholas Graf (WyGISC) and Michael Curran (PiE)
     Thursday, Oct. 27, 6:00 pm, O’Dwyer’s Public House
     Part of the Central Rockies Chapter of Society for Ecological Restoration’s “Pub Talk Series”
"The role of hybridization in speciation,” Matt Carling, University of Wyoming
     Friday, Oct. 28, 12:10 pm, Berry Center 138
     Part of the Zoology/Physiology Seminar Series

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