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 2

Trevor Price, Univ. Chicago

Testing causes of the latitudinal gradient in species diversity using Himalayan birds

Abbott

Sep 9

Michael Travisano, Univ. Minn.

Experimental Developmental Evolution

Janzen

Sep 16

Stefan Schnitzer, Univ. Wisc. Milwaukee

Treefall Gaps, Lianas, and The Maintenance of Species Diversity in Tropical Forests

Raich

Sep 23

Muir Eaton, Drake Univ.

Ultraviolet plumage colors and hidden sexual dichromatism among birds

Harpole
Sep 30 Ann Budd, Univ. Iowa

Evolutionary patterns in reef corals and their implications for marine conservation

C. Vleck

Oct 7

Mathew Dornbush, Univ. Wisconsin - Green Bay

Alliaria petiolata (garlic mustard) dominance in a northeastern Wisconsin forest is driven by native propagule limitation and asymmetric herbivory, but not interspecific competition

 

Oct 14

Jeanne Serb, Iowa State Univ

Using the eye to study evolution

 

Oct 21

Don Waller, Univ. Wisconsin Does inbreeding purge or fix the genetic load?  Experiments in Brassica rapa Wilsey

Oct 28

Jennifer Brisson, Univ. Nebraska

Pea aphid wing dimorphisms: linking polyphenism and polymorphism

 

Nov 4

Eric Seabloom, Univ. Minnesota

Causes and consequences of diversity: viral pathogens in Pacific coast grasslands

 

Nov 11

 

Errington Lecture

 
Nov 18 Sam Cushman, USGS Elephants, bears, gene-flow and population connectivity W. Clark/Reding

Nov 25

Thanksgiving Break

 

Dec 2

Erika Mudrack, Iowa State Univ

Linking local population structure to regional 50-year changes in Wisconsin upland forests

Moloney