The Forest and Wildlife Ecology Seminar speaker schedule.
Seminars are held Fridays from 3:00-4:00pm during the fall and spring semesters, unless otherwise noted. Seminars are free and open to the public. They are held in Room 184 Russell Labs, 1630 Linden Drive, Madison.
Click on each speaker’s name for more information about them. Videos of certain seminars can be accessed by clicking on the highlighted titles.
|Sep 13||Kaitlyn Gaynor||National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis||Spatial and temporal responses of wildlife to predation risk and human disturbance|
|Sep 27||Charlotte Chang||National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis at University of Tennessee - Knoxville||Solutions for nature and people: Bridging the ecological and social dimensions of conservation
|Oct 11||Eliezer (Elie) |
|University of Maryland - College Park and University of Montana - Missoula||Frontiers in movement Ecology: From cognitive foundations to global scales|
|Oct 18||None||25th Annual Wisconsin Ecology Fall Symposium|
|Nov 1||Jonathan Patz||Global Health Institute at University of Wisconsin - Madison||Climate Change & Health: the risks of no action and the benefits of a green economy|
|Nov 8||Preston Cole||Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources||Ecology, conservation and wildlife policy issues: A DNR perspective|
|Nov 15||Katie Moriarty||United States Forest Service||Weasels worth waiting for - using new technology at multiple scales to describe marten and fisher ecology and habitat|
|Nov 22||Mourad Gabriel||Integral Ecology Research Center||Cannabis and ecology|
|Sep 21||Erika Marin-Spiotta||University of Wisconsin-Madison||Out of sight, out of mind? Belowground carbon response to landscape disturbance|
|Sep 28||Sam Cushman||Forest Service, Flagstaff, AZ||Integrating connectivity modeling, landscape genetics, and scenario analysis in conservation planning|
|Oct 5||Karen Oberhauser||UW Arboretum||Monarchs, milkweed, and citizen monitoring: Setting conservation targets with messy data|
|Oct 12||Wisconsin Ecology Fall Symposium|
|Oct 19||Ben Zuckerberg||University of Madison||Disappearing winter refugia in a warming world|
|Oct 26||Dan Linder||Forest Service, Madison, WI||Portrait of a Killer: Tracking the fungus that is decimating North American bat populations|
|Nov 2||Jed Meunier||Wisconsin DNR, Madison, WI||Maintaining resilient landscapes in the Lake States requires re-evaluating fire history|
|Nov 9||David Lewis||Oregon State University||Climate, adaptation, and the value of forestland: A national Ricardian analysis of the United States|
|Nov 16||David Post||Yale University||Migrating Wildebeest and Raging Hippos on Kenya's Mara River|