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Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Seminars
Fall 2015

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

9/14/2015

Theron Terhune, Tall Timbers Research Station

9/21/2015

Mike Phillips, Turner Endangerd Species Fund
“Wolves, Tortoises, and Trout: The World's Most Significant Private Effort to Save Creation“

9/28/2015

Nia Haynes, WEC
WEC PhD Exit Seminar
“Minority Underrepresentation in Natural Resource and Conservation Careers: Assessing Student Barriers and Opportunities Using Social Cognitive Career Theory“

10/5/2015

Rosalyn Johnson, WEC
WEC PhD Exit Seminar
“Wild Bee Diversity on North Central Florida Produce Farms: Interactions with Landscape, Farm Vegetation, and Flower Pollens“

10/12/2015

Carlos de Angelo, Fulbright/CONICET Fellow, Universidad Nacional de Misiones, Argentina
“Y-berá (bright water): understanding and monitoring the wildlife restoration and recovery at one of the largest neotropical wetlands“

10/19/2015

Akito Kawahara, FLMNH McGuire Center
“Tempo and mode of anti-bat strategies in moths: evolution of sonar jamming and acoustic deflection“

10/23/2015

*Special Seminar* - Friday, October 23rd, 12:00pm - 2:00pm, 376 Newins-Ziegler Hall

Dr. Rodrigo Medellín, Instituto de Ecologia, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
“How to do science for conservation, implement it and not die trying“

10/26/2015

Daniel Greene, WEC
WEC PhD Exit Seminar

11/2/2015

John Koprowski, Univ. of Arizona
“The saga of the Mt. Graham red squirrel: trapped on a sky island“

11/9/2015

Todd Freeberg, Univ. of Tennessee
“Signal complexity in chickadees and titmice“

11/16/2015

Jon Dain, Natural Resources Leadership Institute
“Building collaboration skills in the WEC world: The Florida Natural Resources Leadership Institute“

11/23/2015

TBD

11/30/2015

Willa Chaves-Didier, WEC
WEC PhD Exit Seminar
“Wild meat consumption in the Central Amazon: evaluating drivers and conservation strategies“