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. Shannon Pelini.
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
|1/21/2014||Shannon & Paul||Graduate School Survival Skills|
|1/28/2014||Snow Day||EcoBreak Cancelled|
|2/4/2014||Sara Lahman||Putting 2 years of pieces together into a 50 minute puzzle|
|2/11/2014||Alyssa Dietz/ Andy Gregory||Lake Erie Flowering Rush/ Insights from landscape genetics on the impacts of wind energy development on prairie-grouse|
|2/18/2014||Jacob Miller||Effect of submerged macrophytes on juvenile yellow perch growth rate|
|2/25/2014||Sara Zaleski||Avian Use of Roadside Ditches|
|3/4/2014||Ecology Faculty Meeting|
|3/18/2014||Jennifer Shimola||Experience teaches plants to learn faster and forget slower in environments where it matters|
|3/25/2014||Jamie Russell||Effects of the Invasive Round Goby on Predation Risk of Young-of-the-year Smallmouth Bass|
|4/1/2014||Ana Jurcak||Thesis Defense: Decision making in changing sensory landscapes|
|4/8/2014||Kevin Handel/ Kevin McCluney||Testing local adaptation in the federally endangered Karner blue butterfly/Tracing riparian water webs using stable isotopes|
|4/15/2014||Amanda Martin||Invasive Species: Drivers or Passengers of Ecosystem Change?|
|4/29/2014||Amanda Curtis /
|Non-target impacts of chemical management on Lithobates pipiens tadpoles in ambient and increased temperatures /
Oviposition preferences of diamondback moths (Plutella xylostella)