Seminars (Spring 2018)

Jan. 18: UConn EEB Postdoc Minisymposium

Valerie Steen (Tingley Lab)
   Building better species distributions models for birds from citizen science data
Nic Herndon (Wegrzyn Lab)
   Facilitating population genetics and landscape genomics in plants with CartograTree

4:00pm BPB 131 (host: Bagchi)

Jan. 25: Rich McBride (NOAA)

Capital versus income breeding fish responses to climate variation

4:00pm BPB 131 (host: Schultz)

Feb. 1: Elke Weber (Princeton)

Giving the future a chance

4:00pm Konover Auditorium

Feb. 8: Jason Fridley (Syracuse University)

The modern invasive species problem: a world Darwin envisioned?

4:00pm BPB 131 (host: Bagchi)

Feb. 15: Deigo Salazar (Florida International University)

The diffused evolution of defensive plant chemistry

4:00pm BPB 131 (host: Garcia-Robledo)

Feb. 22: Janine Caira (UConn)

A survey of tapeworms from vertebrate bowels of the earth

4:00pm BPB 131 (host: Bagchi)

Mar. 1: Madeline Bartlett (UMass Amherst)

Grass flower development and evolution

4:00pm BPB 131 (host: Yuan)

Mar. 8: Cary Goglianese (University of Pennsylvania)

Rolling back environmental regulation: implications for law, the economy, and the environment

4:00pm Konover Auditorium

Mar. 22: Barbara Ambrose (NY Botanical Garden)

The evolution and development of the land plant body plan: a tale told by lycophytes and ferns

4:00pm BPB 131 (host: Goffinet)

Mar. 29: Anne Clark (SUNY Binghamton)

Crows in town: dynamic challenges and apparent adaptations

4:00pm BPB 131 (host: Davis)

Apr. 5: Subhankar Banerjee (University of New Mexico)

(Non)human: visual ecology of extraction and consumption

4:00pm Konover Auditorium

Apr. 12: Andreas Holzinger (University of Innsbruck)

Terrestrial green algae in polar and alpine habitats: adaptation to desiccation and UV radiation

4:00pm BPB 131 (host: L. Lewis)

Apr. 19: Eric Palovacs (UC Santa Cruz)

The ecological importance of intraspecific biodiversity

4:00pm BPB 131 (host: Urban)