The University of Arizona

College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

Spring 2019 Seminar Series

Held Wednesdays, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM in ENR2 Room S107

Spring Seminar Schedule (PDF)

Date

Speaker(s)

Host

Affiliation

Title

9-Jan

Alejandro Varela

Michael Bogan and Melanie Culver labs

UNISON, Hermosillo, México

Study and conservation of native fish in northwestern Mexico

16-Jan

No seminar

 

 

No seminar

23-Jan

Jennifer Funk

Elise Gornish lab

Chapman University

Trait-based approaches to ecological restoration in invaded plant communities

30-Jan

Alejandro Monsivais

José Soto lab

Instituto Politécnico Nacional, México

Applicability of microwave satellite data to monitor different land covers in Mexico

6-Feb

Christine Rollinson

SNRE student invited speaker

The Morton Arboretum, Lisle, Illinois

The past, present, and future of climate-driven change in US forests

13-Feb

Nicolás Pineda

José Soto lab

COLSON, México

Water rights in Mexico: a comparative perspective

20-Feb

Roy Averill-Murray

Bob Steidl lab

US Fish and Wildlife Service

The Importance of Long-term Studies: Case Studies with Desert Tortoises

27-Feb

Casey terHorst

Elise Gornish lab

Cal State Northridge

Limits to eco-evolutionary interactions: lessons from invasive plants and coral reefs

13-March

Luis Alan Navarro

José Soto lab

COLSON, México

Socialished: Unveiling the social structure of a watershed, San Miguel river case study in Sonora, Mexico

20-March

Thomas Easley

ES/SNRE

Yale University

What, Why and Who’s – Diversity?

27-March

Meryl Mims

Michael Bogan lab

Virginia Tech

Risk and Resilience on a Changing Landscape: Population Connectivity and Persistence of Amphibians in Future Fresh Waters

3-April

Heather Bateman

Michael Bogan lab

Arizona State University

Thinking like a River: Linking Reptiles and Amphibians to Riparian Habitat

10-April

Link Olson

John Koprowski lab

University of Alaska Fairbanks

Reconciling scientific collecting with conservation: a case study on Madagascar’s endemic small mammals

17-April

Alberto Macías-Duarte

Melanie Culver lab

Sonora State University, Hermosillo, México

The study of desert ecosystems through avian indicator species

24-April

Scott Ferrenberg

SNRE student invited speaker

New Mexico State University

What doesn't kill you makes you more likely to die: assessing vulnerability to global change in dryland plant populations

1-May

Jeff Fehmi

 

SNRE

Safety and Professionalism Talk