Ecology Student Seminar Series
- Thursday, April 25, 2019 from 3:30pm to 4:30pm
- Lewis Hall, 304 - view map
The Department of Ecology hosts a weekly seminar series with presentations by graduate students in course BIOE 555, Communications. This week, students will be giving "6-Minutes of Science" presentations, formatted for the lay audience on a topic not directly related to students' thesis or dissertation topic.
Ladies choice: an alternative theory of evolution
Adaptive strategies used by freshwater mussels to infect fish
Range riding: a new look and an old profession
Sex is complicated
Removal of a non-timber forest product and the hidden costs of antler collection
Release the tigers: using biological controls in aquatic systems
The role of species charisma in a conservation setting
Making sense of the noise: bioacoustics
The psychology behind #Craftastherapy
Antarctic toothfish: indications of a familiar management story in a mysterious species
A brief overview of the lower Snake River dams
Seminars are free and open to the public. This will be the last presentation of the semester; No presentations on May 2 during finals week.