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When: Thursdays, 3:45-5:00 pm. Where: 1210 LeBaron

 

Date

Speaker

Title

Host

Jan. 17 Arnold van der Valk, ISU Howard T. Odum and his contributsion to ecology  
Jan. 24 Kim Hughes, Florida State Sex, death, and the maintenance of genetic variation Bronikowski
Feb. 7 Claus Holzapfel, Rutgers University - Newark   Moloney
Feb. 14      
Feb. 21 Chuck Cannon, Texas Tech University, Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanic Garden Cancelled  
Feb. 28      
Mar. 7 Erin Espeland, USDA Habitat factors influence evolutionary potential: applications to invasion and conservation Wilsey
Mar. 14 Gabrielle Nevitt, UC Davis New Frontiers in the Chemical Ecology of Petrels and Albatrosses Vleck
Mar. 21   SPRING BREAK  
Mar. 28 Steven Haddock, Moterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute Glowing Jellies: Biodiversity and biooptices of open-ocean gelantinous zooplankton Lavrov
Apr. 4 Dave Moeller, U. of Minnesota Speciation and the evolution of geographic range limits in Clarkia Nason
Apr. 11 Joe Zhou, U. of Kentucky Kill without killing: genetic disruption of "Social homeostasis" and termite behavior Toth
Apr. 18 Rodney Dyer, Virginia Commonwealth U. The Shape of Neutral & Adaptive Genetic Variance Nason
Apr. 25 Megan Porter, U. of South Dakota Complexity compounded: The evolution of phototransduction in stomatopods Serb