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Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Seminars
Fall 2018

All Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Seminars are held Mondays at 3:30PM, in 112 Newins-Ziegler Hall. Cookies and coffee are always served.

27 August

No Seminar, class meeting

10 September

Erica Christensen, PhD candidate, WEC
"Forty years of kangaroo rats: long-term change in a desert rodent community"
Seminar Recoding

17 September

Auriel Fournier, Mississippi State University
"Coordinated Bird Monitoring Through Decision Science"
Seminar Recoding

24 September

Juan Manuel Campos, WEC
"The Gran Chaco of Paraguay: An Animal Paradise at Risk"

1 October

Manuela Ferrari, Postdoctoral Associate, WEC
"Cooperation and Exploitation in Communally Breeding House Mice"

8 October

Stephanie Pau, Florida State University
"The phenology and productivity of tropical forests"

15 October

Shigetomo Harara, PhD candidate, WEC
"Evaluation of the impact of artificial lighting on sea turtle hatchling orientation"

22 October

Flavia Montaño, PhD candidate, WEC
"Disentangling the driving forces of community assembly along elevational gradients"

29 October

Deborah Epperson, USGS Science Center
"The U.S. Geological Survey's Wetland and Aquatic Research Center: from eDNA to the Everglades"

5 November

Benjamin Muller, Postdoctoral Associate, WEC
"Trapping Invasive Amphibians Using Acoustic Lures"

19 November

Andrew Gude, Lower Suwannee NWR
"Federal Conservation Policy Translated to the Field"

26 November

Jeffrey Brawn, University of Illinois
"Prospects for tropical birds in a changing world"

3 December

MS Symposium