MSU Ecology Seminar Series
Undergraduate students may get credit for attending seminars and writing critiques in course BIOE 494, a 1-credit, fall only course. Please see your advisor if interested.
Advance notice is requested so that accommodations can be made for special needs.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (406) 994-4548.
|Date||Seminar Details||More Info|
Ray Hilborn, Ph.D. Professor, School of Aquatic & FIsheries Sciences University of Washington
"Status of global fIsheries: What is working and what is not"
|September 12||Department Introductions
Lab group introductions, graduate students explain their current research
|Current Grad Students|
Hamish Greig, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Stream Ecology for the School of Biology and Ecology University of Maine
"Community and ecosystem consequences of species range shifts in alpine ponds"
Stephen Matter, Ph.D. Professor of Spacial Ecology in the department of Biological Sciences University of Cinninnati
"Effects of climate and extreme weather on the population dynamics of an alpine butterfly"
Scott Creel, Ph.D. Professor of Conservation BIology in the Department of Ecology Montana State University
Sabbatical lecture: "Carnivores, competition and connectivity"
Kelly Proffitt, Ph.D. Wildlife Research Biologist Montana Fish, Wilfdlife and Parks
"Integrated carnivore-ungulate management: A case study in west-central Montana"
Bob Hall, Ph.D. Professor of Stream Ecology University of Montana
"Carbon cycling in some streams"
Maggie Triska, Ph.D. Conservation Scientist Round River Conservation Studies [Will be teaching Wildlife-Habitat Relationships (WILD 504) in Spring 2020]
"Exploring species' movements and distributions through predictive modeling."
Katie Renwick, Ph.D. Ecologist and Land Management Planner U.S. Forest Service
"Working at the intersection of science, policy, and management: Examples from forest planning."
Eileen Ryce, Ph.D. Fisheries Division Administrator Fish, Wildlife and Parks
"Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks FIsheries Division: Perspectives from the Fish Chief"
Jason Fisher, Ph.D. Senior Research Scientist Applied Conservation Macro Ecology Lab Innotech Alberta
"How landscape and climate change alter the chess board for northern mammal communities."
Nate Sanders, Ph.D. Professor of Ecology University of Vermont
"Linking mountainsides to macro ecology with mechanistic experiments."
No seminar; Thanksgiving Holiday
Andrew Hansen, Ph.D.
"A sabbatical journey: Conserving the best of the last high integrity forest in the global tropics."
|December 12||No Seminar; Finals Week