INDEX A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

When: Thursdays, 3:45-5:00 pm. Where: 210 Bessey Hall

Coffee beginning 3:30 pm in 240 Bessey Hall

Date

Speaker

Title

Host

Sep 3

Brian Wilsey, Iowa State University

Biodiversity maintenance mechanisms differ between native and novel exotic-dominated communities

 

Sep 10

Lori Biederman, Iowa State University

Soil food web changes following restoration treatments on a landfill cap

Harpole

Sep 17

Johanne Brunet, University of Wisconsin

The impact of distinct insect pollinators on the movementof genes via pollen

Nason

Sep 24

Anne Bronikowski, Iowa State University

Stress, physiology, and the evolution of aging in natural populations of garter snake ( Thamnophis elegans )

W. Clark

Oct 1 John Anderson, Loughborough University

Global change and carbon burial by aquatic ecosystems: much ado about nothing?”

Downing

Oct 8

Dennis Lavrov, Iowa State University

Sponges – the other half of the animal kingdom

Nason

Oct 22

Bryan Foster, University of Kansas

Community differentiation along soil resource gradients: experimental studies of grassland community assembly

Wilsey

Oct 29

Sharon Billings, University of Kansas Tracking soil organic carbon into the future: profile or pCO 2 Hofmockel

Nov 5

Nancy Huntly, Idaho State University/NSF

Putting people in the web of Nature: Understanding the long-term history of the Aleut and their North Pacific ecosystem

Raich

Nov 12

Wendy Reed, North Dakota State Universtiy

A study of maternal effects in birds

C. Vleck

Nov 19

Mary Ashley, University of Illinois - Chicago

Pollination Patterns and the Genetic Prospects for Fragmented Forests

Nason

Nov 26

Thanksgiving Break

 

Dec 3

Iñez Ibánez, University of Michigan

The role of plant-soil feedbacks on species potential to expand their distributional ranges in response to climate change

Debinski

Dec 10

Don Waller, University of Wisconsin - Madison

Does inbreeding purge or fix the genetic load? Experiments in Brassica rapa

Nason

Dec 17

John Pleasants, Iowa State University

The effect of GMO corn and soybeans on monarch butterfly populations