EcoBreak is an informal seminar designed for exchange of ideas between students and faculty in ecology, through the presentation of research, discussion, and good company.
EcoBreaks will be held every Tuesday at 11:30am in 332 Life Science. All are are welcome.
If you want to sign up to present or bring refreshments, contact Dr. Kevin McCluney.
Presenters, please remember to:
- Introduce yourself--include status in graduate program or affiliation
- Describe the purpose of the talk; i.e., is it practice for a conference, or a discussion of ideas?
- Put your work in a larger ecological context
|1/13/2015||Rob Baroudi||Litter Decomposition Across a Burn Chronosequence|
|1/27/2015||Emma Spence & Christopher Amutabi|| |
1) Impacts of climate and energy development on Wyoming sage-grouse: landscape management for a landscape species
2) Assessing the impacts that Fuel-Wood Extration has on the Biodiversity of Kakamega Rain Forest, Kenya
|2/3/2015||Molly West||Are there Growth or Survivorship Effects on Juvenile O. rusticus Fed Stacked GM Corn Detritus|
|3/3/2015||Jamie Becker & Melanie Marshall||TBA|
|3/10/2015||Spring Break||Spring Break|
|4/7/2015||Sara Zaleski||Avian Use of Roadside Ditches|
Ecobreak seminars are still being added. Dr. McCluney will continue to update his lab website as new guests/topics are added.