Photo by John Hayes

Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Seminars
Spring 2009

All Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Seminars are held Mondays at 4:00PM, in 112 Newins-Ziegler Hall. Cookies and coffee are always served.

January 12

No Seminar

January 19


January 26

David Reed, Florida Museum of Natural History

February 2

Jason Evans, Wildlife Ecology and Conservation
“The next big bubble: Do biofuels mean boom or bust for biodiversity conservation in the U.S.? ”

February 9

Anna Chalfoun, Wyoming Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Research Unit/University of Wyoming
“Adaptive habitat selection- Are birds getting it wrong? ”

February 16

Jason Martin, Wildlife Ecology and Conservation
“Whoo's controlling whoo? Barn Owls and rodent pests in the Everglades Agricultural Area”

February 23

Elise Pearlstine, REC, Everglades Research & Education Center

March 2

Scot Smith, School of Forest Resources and Conservation
“Remote sensing for land cover mapping”

March 9

Spring Break

March 16

Mario Mota, Wildlife Ecology and Conservation
“Beach restoration in Florida: effects on sea turtle nesting and hatchling physiology“

March 23

Paul Gagnon, Wildlife Ecology and Conservation
“Bamboo, Wind and Fire in Bottomland Hardwood Forests”

March 30

Michael Manfredo, Colorado State University
“Societal Thought About Wildlife: Shifting Notions of What is Right and Real?“

April 6

John Orrock, Washington University
“Refuge-mediated indirect effects and biological invasion: some long-term consequences of short-term apparent competition”

April 13

Peter Fredrick, Wildlife Ecology and Conservation
“Identifying sources of wading bird population dynamics in the Everglades: is this restoration yet?”

April 20

Master's Symposium