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

Coffee beginning 3:30 pm in 240 Bessey Hall

Date

Speaker

Title

Host

Jan 14

Pedram Daneshgar, Iowa State University

Ecological terror of the southeast: studies of cogon grass Imperata cylindrica invading pine forests

Wilsey

Jan 21

Philip Dixon, Iowa State University

Statistical models to combine multiple sources of ecological information: insectivorous plants and mourning doves

 

Jan 28

Ray Dybzinski, Princeton University

Seeing the forest for the trees: understanding community-level patterns by scaling-up individual-level physiology in the context of light and nitrogen competition

Harpole

Feb 4

Kevin deLaplante, Iowa State University

The Story of Systems Ecology: A Philosophical History

 

 

Feb 11 Steve Freedberg, St. Olaf College

Can sex determining systems affect population establishment and extinction?

Janzen

Feb 18

Emily Minor, University of Illinois-Chicago

Using network analysis to understand distributions of native and exotic species

Moloney

Feb 25

George Malanson, University of Iowa

Putting Alpine Vegetation Response to Climate Change in Context

van der Valk

Mar 4

Casey Dunn, Brown University From the animal tree of life to deep-sea superorganisms: putting new tools to work on old questions Lavrov

Mar 11

Cancelled

 

 

Mar 18

Spring Break

 

 

Mar 25

Lena Hileman, University of Kansas

Evolution in the flower symmetry developmental genetic program

Wendel

Apr 1

Cancelled

   

Apr 8

Amy Toth, Iowa State University

Integrative analysis of behavior in bees and wasps: insights into the evolution of sociality

Wendel

Apr 15

Marc Mangel, University of California-Santa Cruz

The evolutionary ecology of offspring number and investment

Bronikowski

Apr 22

No Seminar - Loomis Lecture