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

01/26/18

Chad Bishop - Semester Introductions

02/01/18
"Thursday"

 

Cancelled - No seminar this week

 

02/02/18

No class

No class

02/09/18

 

 Antoinette Kotze -  Philip Wright Guest Speaker (Room change ISB 110)

"Conservation in Africa: from genomes to biomes"

02/16/18

Rich Fredrickson - Mexican Wolves Lecture

"Will a New Mexican Wolf Recovery Plan Lead to Recovery?"

 

02/23/18

 

 Kenneth Loonam - Proposal defense

"Examining the utility of time to event models for abundance estimation of a solitary carnivore"

03/02/18

Chloe Wright - Thesis defense

 

03/09/18

Matt Metz

"Predation by a coursing predator shapes the evolutionary traits of ungulate weapons"

 

03/16/18

Molly McDevitt - Proposal defense

"Methods for estimating occupancy and abundance of low density species"

 

03/23/18

 Emily Oja - Proposal defense

"The effects of prescribed burning and mechanical thinning on the bee and bird communities in western Montana, northen Idaho, and eastern Oregon"

 

04/06/18

Forest Hayes - Proposal defense

"Evaluating moose calving, habitat use, and movement in Colorado"

 Collin Peterson - Proposal defense

"Mule Deer Resource Selection in Northwest Montana"

04/13/18

Kristin Barker - Thesis defense

"Home is where the food is: Consequences and causes of partial migration in elk"

 Jenny Helm - Thesis defense

"Confronting the challenges of whale detection from large vessels to reduce collision risk"

04/20/18

 William Blake - Thesis defense

"Lewis's woodpecker nest success and habitat selection in riparian versus burned conifer habitats"

Charlie Hendersen 

"The Role of Wildlife Commissions in combining scientific and social aspects of wildlife management"

04/27/18

 

 Dave Haines - Proposal defense

"Golden Eagles in Yellowstone's Northern Range, Demographic Drivers and Habitat Use"

05/01/2018
"Tuesday"

12:00 pm Gallager Buisiness Building 108

Kari Eneas - Proposal defense

"Analyzing conflict of grizzly bears with electric fencing"

 

05/02/2018

1:00 pm Forestry 305

Danielle Fagre - Thesis Defense

"Avian community responses to bison grazing in the intermountain grasslands of North America"

 

05/04/18



Eric Palm - Proposal defense

"Effects of interacting disturbance regimes on woodland caribou resource selection and population dynamics across northwestern North America"

05/11/18

 

Teagan Hayes - Proposal defense

"Mule deer response to disturbance and nutrition in northwest Montana"