30 Event Results for "Ecology Seminars"

Wildlife Decline in the Anthropocene: Consequences for Ecosystems and Humans

Rodolfo Dirzo, Stanford University

Foster Auditorium
University Park

Conservation, Livelihoods, and Climate Adaptation in a Human-Dominated Landscape

Ruth DeFries, Columbia University

106 Forest Resources Building
University Park

Integrative and inclusive approaches to investigating human-environment dynamics in SW Madagascar

Kristina Douglass, PSU Anthropology

106 Forest Resources Building
University Park

Elephants without borders: historical and contemporary genetic connectivity in Tanzania

George Lohay, PSU Biology

106 Forest Resources Building
University Park

Climate Change and the Endangered Species Act: Are US Agencies Protecting Our Most Endangered Animals from Climate Change?

Jennie Miller, Center for Conservation Innovation at Defenders of Wildlife

106 Forest Resources Building
University Park

Tropical forests and their role in food security: mapping patterns and change

Sarah Gergel, University of British Columbia

106 Forest Resources Building
University Park

Deadly Markets: Ecological and Social Issues Related to the International Trade in Wildlife

David Wilcove, Princeton University

106 Forest Resources Building
University Park

Addressing Alaska's environmental challenges through microbial, plant, and human community building

Mary Beth Leigh, University of Alaska Fairbanks

106 Forest Resources Building
University Park

Feeling the burn: The optimal timing of prescribed fires for recreational benefits

Katherine Zipp, PSU AESE

106 Forest Resources Building
University Park

“Strengthening the sustainability of agri-food biodiversity: from global CHNS and telecoupling to intensification-nutrition interactions amid climate change (...and back again)”

Karl Zimmerer, PSU Geography

312 Ag Engineering
University Park

“Evolutionary ecology of risk: nutrition and infectious disease in West African “bushmeat” hunting communities”

Sagan Friant, PSU Anthropology

312 Ag Engineering
University Park

“Hybridization in wood warblers”

David Toews, PSU Biology

312 Ag Engineering
University Park

“Is nature good for you? Linking ecosystems and human health”

Taylor Ricketts, University of Vermont

100 Berg Auditorium
University Park

"The biogeography of plant and animal populations"

Yvonne Buckley, Trinity College of Dublin

100 Berg Auditorium
University Park

“Climate change and global agriculture”

Lindsey Sloat, UC Irvine

261 Ag Engineering
University Park

“Eco-evolutionary dynamics of toxicity in recurrent blooms of invasive, predatory micro-algae (Prymnesium parvum)”

William Driscoll, PSU Harrisburg Biology

312 Ag Engineering
University Park

“From carbon to competition: understanding the ecological causes of phenotypic diversity”

Sean Giery, PSU Biology

312 Ag Engineering
University Park

“Shedding the light on the black box: understanding biogeochemical function of green stormwater infrastructure”

Lauren McPhillips, PSU Civil & Environmental Engineering

312 Ag Engineering
University Park

“Evolution of intimate species interactions across complex environments"

Emily Bellis, PSU Biology

312 Ag Engineering
University Park

“Inbreeding depression: It’s not just for evolutionary biologists, anymore”

Andy Stephenson

312 Ag Engineering
University Park