Photo by John Hayes

Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Seminars
Spring 2010


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

1/11/2010

Tonia Hsieh, University of Florida
“Morphological Divergence Due to Invasive Species Interactions in the Green Anole.”
http://people.biology.ufl.edu/sthsieh/

1/18/2010

MLK Holiday
NO SEMINAR

1/25/2010

Petra Wood, West Virginia Coop Unit
“Conservation and Management for a Declining Species, the Cerulean Warbler.”
http://www.forestry.caf.wvu.edu/pWood/

2/1/2010

Kyle McCarthy, University of Florida
“Disturbance factors and their effect on Common Loons.”

2/8/2010

Dr. Peter Waylen, Department of Geography, University of Florida
“Tales from a Flood Hydrologist: Implications for western tropical Latin America.”

2/15/2010

John Maron , University of Montana
“Indirect effects of top predators in terrestrial food webs”
http://www.dbs.umt.edu/people/facultydetails.php?id=895

2/22/2010

Charlotte Lee, Florida State University
“Food-dependent demography: integrating human population and environment in preindustrial societies”
http://www.bio.fsu.edu/~ctlee/

3/1/2010

Jamie Gillooly, Department of Biology, University of Florida
“From crickets to whales: Common features and shared constraints of animal calls”

3/8/2010

Spring Break
NO SEMINAR

3/15/2010

Fred Johnson, University of Florida
WEC Exit Seminar

3/22/2010

Dan Thorton, University of Florida
“Influence of species traits and landscape attributes on the response of mid- and large-sized neotropical mammals to forest fragmentation”

3/29/2010

Orou Gaoue, Biology Department, University of Miami
“Stochastic modeling of the impact of non-timber forest products (NTFP) by indigenous people”

4/5/2010

Emma Wilcox, University of Florida
WEC Exit Seminar

4/12/2010

Joshua J. Tewksbury, University of Washington
TBA
http://faculty.washington.edu/tewksjj/index.html

4/19/2010

Adam Wilcox, University of Florida
WEC Exit Seminar

4/26/2010

Master's Symposium