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University of Wyoming – National Park Service
Harlow Seminar Series at the AMK Ranch
The 2014 Harlow Seminar Series is now over, thank you for your support and we look forward to seeing you next year.
Dinner ($5 donation) starts at 5:30 pm with a talk at 6:30 pm in the Berol Lodge located at the AMK Ranch near Leeks Marina. Reservations not required.
June 19 John Whiteman: Meltdown: How polar bears are functioning in the changing Arctic
June 26 Ron Surdam: Global warming and climate change: 45-million-year-old rocks in Wyoming
support the concept
July 3 Robert Field: Air pollution impacts of oil and gas development at the southern edge of the
Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem
July 10 Hayey Lanier: Mammals on mountaintops: How climate and geography drive diversity in
July 17 Matt Kauffman: Wyoming’s ungulate migrations: Ecology and conservation amid changing
July 24 Emilene Ostlind: Natural history storytelling: Tricks for sharing science with the public
July 31 Todd Surovell: What happened to Wyoming’s mammoths?
August 7 Annika Walters: Exploring the effects of oil and gas development for aquatic habits and
native fish communities in the Wyoming Range
August 14 Carol Frost and Jack Reed: Mighty mountains: Deciphering the geologic history of the Teton
August 21 Samuel Singer of Wyoming Stargazing: The extraordinary in the ordinary: Talk and
demonstration exploring the night skies over Jackson Hole