Evolution & Ecology Graduate Student Seminars

The Evolution & Ecology Graduate Student Seminar Series takes place on Wednesdays, from 12-1pm in ISB 110

Evolution & Ecology Graduate Student Seminar Schedule (Spring 2020)

DATE
SPEAKER
TITLE
1-15-20
Tim Forrester
"Are birds lazy in the tropics? Factors affecting energy expenditure and reproduction"
1-22-20
Maddy Cochrane
"Individual and population responses to  hydrology-geomorphology interactions in a headwater stream salamander"
1-29-20
Colette Berg
"Life history and mating system divergence in Yellowstone monkeyflowers"
2-5-20
Peter Williams
"How overhunting and seed predation affect tropical tree populations"
2-12-20
Hila Chase
"Bird to the Bone; Functional Adaptation in the Avian Wing"
2-19-20
Joe Vanderwalli
"Vanishing glaciers and emergent lakes: physical and chemical drivers of aquatic ecosystem development"
2-26-20
Cole Wolf
"Is fatter fitter? Survival and body composition in deer mice"
3-4-20
Laurel Genzoli
"Sources and Fates of Primary Production in a Damned, Eutrophic River"
3-11-20
Jackson Birrell
"Fast, cold and bubbly - the physical and physiological drivers of aquatic insect distributions"
3-18-20
NO SEMINAR
 Spring Break
3-25-20
NO SEMINAR
Cancelled due to Covid-19 concerns
4-1-20
NO SEMINAR
Cancelled due to Covid-19 concerns
4-8-20
NO SEMINAR
Cancelled due to Covid-19 concerns
4-15-20
NO SEMINAR
Cancelled due to Covid-19 concerns
4-22-20
NO SEMINAR
Cancelled due to Covid-19 concerns
4-29-20
NO SEMINAR
Cancelled due to Covid-19 concerns