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Weekly Ecology Seminars and Events

Ecology-related seminars and events, Nov. 27-Dec. 1

“Partial Migration, Habitat Selection, and Conservation of Greater Sage-Grouse in the Bighorn Basin of Montana and Wyoming,” Aaron Pratt, Program in Ecology
Tuesday, Nov. 28, 1:30 pm, BC Auditorium
PhD Dissertation Defense Seminar

“Sagebrush Grasslands Restoration for Greater Sage-Grouse Recovery” (online presentation), Autumn Watkinson, University of Alberta
Wednesday, Nov. 29, 11 am
Register for free: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4416298790572025346

PiE Student Meeting
Wednesday, Nov. 29, 12 pm, BC 320

Opening Reception: “An Ecologically True Story: Rethinking the Fable of the Tortoise and the Hare,” Bethann Garramon Merkle
Wednesday, Nov. 29, 5:30-7:30 pm, Berry Center lobby
Merkle will give a reading during the reception, and refreshments will be served. Visit here for more information.

Science Café with Laramie Audubon
Wednesday, Nov. 29, 6:30 pm, BC Auditorium
Co-hosted by the UW Biodiversity Institute, An evening of talks from members of the Chalfoun lab who study songbirds and their nest predators on natural gas fields in western Wyoming.

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

“Commitment Towards the Public Good,” Dr. Jason Shogren, Stroock Professor of Natural Resource Conservation and Management, UW Dept. of Economics
Thursday, Nov. 30, 4:10 pm, Classroom Bldg 310, Faculty Senate Speaker Series Fall 2017 Award Recipient
This talk explores the behavioral economic issues that arise in commitment-through-a solemn oath when people state a value for nature, tell white lies for the social good, and contribute to the public good. We will discuss the lessons learned from a decade-long research program on how it affects people’s economic behavior toward environmental challenges and the public good.

Yellowstone Migrations with Joe Riis, Hosted by Wyoming Migration Initiative, the Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources, and Braided River
Thursday, Nov. 30, 7-9 pm, Gryphon Theatre
UW alumnus and National Geographic wildlife photojournalist Joe Riis will give a presentation and book signing. More information here.

"Influence of soil nutrients, microbial diversity and ectomycorrhizal fungi in seedling recruitment after bark beetle infestation," Liana Boggs/Osama Saleh
Friday, Dec. 1, 1:10-2 pm, Ag 2024
PiE PhD Proposal/Part of the Plant Sciences Seminar Series


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