Seminars

Graduate Seminar in Wildlife Biology - WILD 594

Location: FOR 206   |    Time: Fridays from 1:00 to 2:50

Date

Presenter 1:00 - 1:50

Presenter 2:00 - 2:50

08/31/18

Chad Bishop - Semester Introductions

09/07/18

Hans Martin - Proposal Defense

"The Causes and Consequences of Partial Migration in an Elk Population"

 

09/14/18

Hugh Robinson

"Wolf Politics"

 

09/21/18

Marcella Kelly - Guest Speaker

Location: SB117

"A carnivore ecologist's path towards understanding predator competition and coexistence across ecosystems"

 

09/28/18

Shannon Forshee - Thesis Defense

"Life on the edge: Selection of habitat and survival of neonates in endangered Sierra Nevada bighorn sheep"

 

10/05/18

Scott Mills

"Why ethics matter for applied scientists: How the nation's first rangewide non-invasive DNA survey became 'Lynxgate'"

 

10/12/18

Brendan Moynahan

"Beyond Process and Products: Scientific Integrity Today" 

 

10/19/18

 

 

10/26/18

 Vaughn Branch - Proposal Defense

"Management Authority & Collaboration by State and Federal Wildlife Agencies"

 

11/02/18

William Janousek - Dissertation Defense

"Evaluating Population Trends and Species Richness-Disturbance Relationships Using Avian Monitoring Data"

 Shu Woan - Proposal Defense

"Impacts of poaching and land use change on mammal distribution in Malaysian Borneo"

11/09/18

"On Wolves, Elk, Rivers, and Trophic Cascades in Olympic National Park, Washington"

Kurt Jenkins, Amy East, Andrea Woodward, Rebecca McCaffery, and Patti Happe

 

11/16/18

Charlie Henderson - Update Talk

"Presenting technical scientific results for a wider audience, discussion and suggestions appreciated"

 

11/23/18

 No Class

No Class

11/30/18

 Libby Ehlers - Proposal Defense

"Testing consequences of density-dependence for an increasing herbivore population across a warming Arctic"

 

12/07/18

Chris Hansen - Proposal Defense

"Sustainability in a Changing Landscape: Identifying the Effects of Varying Land Uses on the Structuring of Vegetation and Mammalian Communities"

T.J. Clark - Proposal Defense

"How do multi-predator, multi-prey systems affect predator-prey population dynamics?"

12/14/18

 Brian Tornabene - Proposal Defense

“Mechanistically linking stress physiology with survival and demography for amphibians exposed to sublethal stressors”