From adaptive radiations to contemporary management: how ecological context shapes evolutionary outcomes

Spring 2019 Colloquia and Seminar Talks Schedule
Date  SpeakerInstitutionTitleHost
Jan 24, 2019 N/A N/A

No speaker - Student introduction

Jan 31, 2019 Nathan Pavlovic Sonoma Technology Where There's Fire There's Smoke: Using remote sensing tools and modeling to understand wildland fires and their air quality impacts Jonathan Greenberg
Feb 7, 2019 Lea Condon United States Geological Survey What you need to know about biological soil crusts in the Great Basin Tom Dilts
Feb 14, 2019 Jennifer Funk Chapman University Trait-based approaches to ecological restoration in invaded plant communities Beth Leger
Feb 21, 2019 Emilio Bruna University of Florida Global Biases in the Creation and Diffusion of Scientific Knowledge Fabiane Mundim
Feb 28, 2019 Mike Sanderson University of Arizona Phylogenomics of Cacti Jack Hayes
Mar 7, 2019 Leah Johnson Virginia Tech A trait-based framework for understanding and predicting the transmission of vector-borne infections Paul Hurtado & Jamie Voyles
Mar 14, 2019 Dave Koons Colorado State University Ecological Dynamics in a Non-Stationary World Sedinger Lab
Mar 21, 2019 No Colloquium - Spring Break
Mar 28, 2019 Mary Power University of California, Berkeley Floods, droughts, and river food webs Suzanne Kelson - Chandra Lab
Apr 4, 2019 Kristin Winchell Washington University in St. Louis Urban Adaptation: What can a tropical lizard tell us about how species will respond to anthropogenic change? Josh Hallas
Apr 11, 2019 Jason Kolbe University of Rhode Island City slickers: behavioral, ecological and evolutionary responses of Anolis lizards to urban environments Feldman lab
Apr 18, 2019 Elizabeth Crone Tufts University Why are monarch butterflies declining in the West? Sarah Richman
Apr 25, 2019 Louie Yang University of California, Davis Can modeling the evolution of phenological cueing strategies explain variable responses to climate change? Beth Pringle
May 2, 2019 Perry Barboza Texax A&M

Caribou currencies: valuing land for a migratory ungulate.

Stewart Lab
May 9, 2019 Anurag Agrawal Cornell Coevolution and convergence in a toxic group of plants and their herbivores. Lora Richards/Chemical Ecology Center