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Weekly Seminars and Events

Ecology-related Seminars and Events

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April 27-May 1, 2015

No Zoology/Physiology Brown Bag seminar

"The End of the Ice Age and the Megafaunal Response to a Changing World," Julie Meachen, Des Moines University
     Monday, April 27, 3:10 pm, Geology 216
     Part of the Geology/Geophysics' Distinguished Lecturer Series

EcoInfo Working Group
     Tuesdays, 1:00 - 3:00 pm, Ag 301 or 316 (depending on weekly room availability)
     Anyone is welcome to drop in for part or all of the weekly sessions

"The UCross Experiment: Cross-pollination of arts and sciences," documentary film about UW artists and scientists brought together for two weeks in a beautiful, isolated setting to undertake a radical task.
     Thursday, April 30, 7:00 pm, Gryphon Theater (free)
     Co-sponsored by Wyoming Humanities Council, UCross Foundation, MFA Program in Creative Writing, Biodiversity Institute, Wyoming Institute for Humanities Research, Department of Philosophy, Outreach School and UW Television

"Holocene human-environmental interactions in southern Australia and north-coastal Vietnam," Christy Briles, University of Colorado-Denver
     Friday, May 1, 12:00 pm, A&S 401
     Part of the Geography weekly seminar series

"The San Bushmen: Past and Present," Jack Pettigrew, Queensland Brain Institute
     Friday, May 1, 12:00 pm, Berry Center 138
     Part of the Zoology/Physiology's L. Floyd Clarke Seminar Series

Student Presentations
     Friday, May 1, 12:00 pm, Ag 1030
     Part of the Topics in Ecosystem Restoration seminar series

"Construction of a fire-trait database for determining relationships between demographic traits and fire variables using paleoenvironmental data," Thomas Brussel, MS Candidate
     Friday, May 1, 2:00 pm, A&S 320
     Thesis Defense, Department of Geography

Speed Research, presentations by four graduate students
     Friday, April 24, 2:10 pm, Ag 1030
     Part of the Ecosystem Science and Management seminar series

"Undergrade communication between roots and the soil microbiome," George Vivanco, Colorado State University
     Friday, May 1, 3:10 pm, Aven Nelson 212
     Part of the Botany seminar series

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