FWCS Winter Seminar

Join us for our departmental seminar this term

Winter term, Wednesdays at 4pm
Wiegand Hall 106, Corner of SW Campus Way and 30

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January 12 // Carbon stocks and greenhouse gas emissions from wetlands along the west coast of North America 
Chris Janousek, Oregon State University

January 19 // Tracking the trickster: ravens, wolves, and people in the greater Yellowstone ecosystem
John Marzluff, University of Washington

January 26 // TEK: What it is and why it matters for Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Sciences
Samantha Chisholm, Oregon State University

February 2 // Reconnecting place-based (Eulerian) and individual-based (Lagrangian) perspectives in animal movement ecology
Tal Avgar, Utah State University

February 9 // Amphibian Habitat Occupancy Models of Inland Northwest Farmed Landscapes
Erim Gomez, University of Montana

February 16 // Mapping species refugia in the Pacific Northwest 
Julia Michalak, University of Washington

February 23 // The 'omics prism: a multi-faceted lens into the evolutionary ecology of cetaceans
Amy van Cise, Postdoctoral Research Biologist, Genetics and Evolution Lab NOAA NWFSC

March 2 // Break down barriers: genetic connectivity in human-altered landscapes
Sarah Emel, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

March 9 // Evaluating the risks of constituents of emerging contaminants in California aquatic habitats
Alvina Mehinto, Toxicology Department Head, Southern California Coastal Water Research Project