Winter 2015 Seminars

Ecology (ECL) 290- Student participatory seminars:

Gaylord, Brian. CRN: 70315
Marine Sensory Ecology, 1 unit, Tuesdays, 1pm, BML Conference Room.

Hijmans, Robert.  CRN:  70371 (cross-listed with GEO 290, CRN 94708) Satellite Data Analysis with Google Earth Engine, 1 or 2 units , Wednesdays, 5:10-6pm, 166 Hunt Hall.

Moore, Kara. CRN:  70381 (cross-listed with EVE 298, CRN 74482)
Seminar in Ecology Outreach: Getting Kids into Discovering Science, 2 units, Tuesdays, 12-1:30pm, 2432 Storer Hall.

Jasieniuk, Marie (with Brad Hanson). CRN: 70312 (cross-listed with PLS 290, CRN 88069)
Evolution & Management of Herbicide-Resistent Weeds, 1 units, Fridays, 3:10-4pm, 140 Robbins Hall.

Approved for an ECL 290 for the JDPE students at SDSU:

Lai, Chun-Ta.  CRN (Check with SDSU).
BIOL 688 Stable Isotope Ecology, 2 units, Day/Time TBD, LS 132.

ECL 298

Ecology and Evolution Seminar Series Winter 2015



 Winter 2015

ECL 296 (CRN 70383) / PBG 292 (84754)

Thursdays, 4:10-5:30PM; 1003 Giedt Hall


January 8Ray Hilborn University of Washington   Host: Louis Botsford, “Sustaining food from the Sea: is fishing more environmentally friendly than agriculture?”
January 15 Daniel Nettle Newcastle University Host: Monique Borgerhoff Mulder, “Early-life adversity, accelerated ageing, & adult behavior in humans & European starling”
January 22           Stephan Munch NOAA Fisheries and University of California, Santa Cruz Host: Jim Sanchirico Co-sponsored with Biostatistics: “Towards model-free ecosystem management”
January 29       John Fryxell University of Guelph

Host: Andy Sih, “Spatial food-web dynamics in the Serengeti ecosystem”
February 5 Al Uy University of Miami

Host: Gail Patricelli, “On the origin of species on islands: Genomic and behavioral studies of diversification in South Pacific flycatchers and Darwin's finches”
February 12 Dan Kliebenstein University of California, Davis Host: Sebastian Schreiber “Empirical validation of single gene-to-fitness links; Environmentally fluctuating epistasis?”
February 19 Jill Anderson University of South Carolina Host: Moria Robinson “Microgeographic patterns of adaptation across elevation in Boechera stricta”
February 26 Storer Major Issues Speaker: Monica Turner University of Wisconsin, Madison Host: Alan Hastings, TBA
March 5 Sasha Dall University of Exeter Host: Andy Sih, “Genes as cues: integrating genetic and epigenetic information from a Darwinian perspective"
March 12 Matthew Booker North Carolina State University Host: Rick Grosberg, TBA



*Sponsored by: College of Biological Sciences, Department of Evolution and Ecology, Center for Population Biology, Graduate Group in Ecology, Department of Environmental Science & Policy, Department of Plant Sciences, Department of Wildlife, Fish & Conservation Biology, Department of Land, Air and Water Resources, Center for Theoretical Ecology, Kearney foundation of Soil Sciences, Biological Invasions & IGERT REACH and John Muir Institute for the Environment.


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