Montana State University

Ecology Seminar Schedule

Fall Semester 2014

Ecology Seminar Series
Ecology Department
Thursdays 3:35-4:35, 304 Lewis Hall

Advance notice is requested so that accommodations can be made for special needs, thank you.

Seminar Details
Aug. 28
  • David Roberts
  • Instructor
  • Course Syllabus
Sept. 4
  • Cancelled
Sept. 11
  • Department
  • Introduction to Department Research
Sept. 18
  • Ben Poulter
  • Assistant Professor, Department of Ecology, Montana State University
  • Everything but the kitchen sink in finding the land carbon sink
Sept. 25
  • Robert Humston
  • Associate Professor of Biology & Environmental Studies, Washington and Lee University
  • Spatial ecology, movement, and management of riverine smallmouth bass (Micropterus dolomieu) fisheries
Oct. 2
  • Ray Alisauskas
  • Research Scientist, Prairie and Northern Wildlife Research Center, Environment Canada
  • Survival of Midcontinent Snow Geese: the relative roles of climate, agriculture, density-dependence and exploitation
Oct. 9
  • Quresh Latif
  • Post-Doctoral Researcher, Rocky Mountain Research Station, U.S. Forest Service
  • Using White-headed Woodpeckers to evaluate forest management in the Inland Northwest
Oct. 16
  • Adam Sepulveda
  • Biologist, Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center, USGS
  • Bullfrog invasion and spread in the Yellowstone River
Oct. 23
  • Jon Swenson
  • Professor, Department of Ecology and Natural Resource Management, Norwegian University of Life Sciences
  • Fear in the woods: human - brown bear encounters in Scandinavia
Oct. 30
  • Yvette Ortega
  • Ecologist, Rocky Mountain Research Station, U.S. Forest Service
  • Linking invasive plants to bird song: an ecological basis for weed management and restoration
Nov. 6
  • Jeff Warren
  • Wildlife Biologist, Red Rock Lakes National Wildlife Refuge, USFWS
  • Ecological Theory and Wildlife Management: Are Agencies ‘Gaining Reliable Knowledge’?
Nov. 13
  • Berry Brosi
  • Assistant Professor, Department of Environmental Sciences, Emory University
  • Flexible behavior in pollinators and its consequences for pollination networks and plant reproductive function
Nov. 20
  • Alexander Flecker
  • Professor, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Cornell University
  • Fishes as key drivers of ecosystem processes: insights from tropical streams
Nov. 27
  • Cancelled