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ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION SEMINAR SERIES

 

ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION SEMINAR SERIES*

ECL 296/PBG 292

 

Thursdays, 4:10-5:30 p.m.







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QuarterDateTimeLecturerTitleRoom
Spring04/02/20154:10 PMReinhard Bürger, University of Vienna Sexual selection and adaptive divergence with gene flowSocial Sciences & Humanities 1100
Spring04/09/20154:10 PMVanessa Ezenwa, University of Georgia“Hidden consequences of living in my wormy world: insights of natural populations”Social Sciences & Humanities 1100
Spring04/16/20154:10 PMTim Clutton-Brock, University of CambridgeThe evolution of cooperation and cooperative breedingSocial Sciences & Humanities 1100
Spring04/23/20154:10 PMPerry de Valpine, University of California, BerkeleyFrom stage-structured population models to computational statisticsSocial Sciences & Humanities 1100
Spring04/30/20154:10 PMMadeleine Bottrill, Conservation InternationalMetrics for Conservation and Human Well-being: Monitoring the impacts of an international NGOSocial Sciences & Humanities 1100
Spring05/07/20154:10 PMTim Caro, University of California, DavisWallace, Darwin, Hendrix, zebras and fairy talesSocial Sciences & Humanities 1100
Spring05/14/20154:10 PMRebecca Safran, University of Colorado, BoulderThe role of sexual selection in speciation: an integrative perspectiveSocial Sciences & Humanities 1100
Spring05/21/20154:10 PMRobert Dudley, University of California, BerkeleyFrom gliding ants to Andean hummingbirds: the evolution of animal flight evolutionSocial Sciences & Humanities 1100
Spring05/28/20154:10 PMRobin Hopkins, Harvard UniversityThe causes and consequences of natural selection for speciationSocial Sciences & Humanities 1100
Spring06/04/20154:10 PMMerton Love AwardTBASocial Sciences & Humanities 1100

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Sponsers:

College of Biological Sciences, Department of Evolution and Ecology, Center for Population Biology, Graduate Group in Ecology, College of Letters & Science Division of Social Sciences, Department of Environmental Science & Policy, Department of Wildlife, Fish & Conservation Biology, Department of Anthropology, Department of Land, Air and Water Resources, Center for Theoretical Ecology, Kearney Foundation of Soil Sciences, REACH IGERT, and the John Muir Institute of the Environment.