Seminar Series - USGS EcoLunch

USGS EcoLunch is a forum for students, researchers, visiting scientists and collaborators in the environmental sciences to present their current and past work. Presentations will range from brown bag discussions of ongoing projects to more formal and polished seminar presentations.

Upcoming 2015 Seminar

Date: Resumes Fall 2015
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Location: First Floor Conference Room "Madison Room"- NOROCK, 2327 University Way, Suite 2
(Click HERE for directions)

Webinar Info:

If you can not attend in person, you can still listen and watch from afar!

Link: Please access https://usgs.webex.com/ and search for (5) NOROCK EcoLunch. Note, you will be asked to install the latest version of Java.

Teleconference: 760-569-0111
Access code: 294333#


Upcoming Speakers:

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2015

January 6th: Joel Smith - Understanding climate change impacts on huckleberries. l Available upon request. l

January 20th: George Pess - The effect of salmon colonization on ecosystem patterns and processes. l Available upon request. l

February 3rd: George Pess - Is pathogen invasion and persistence associated with a shift in bighorn sheep vital rates, age structure, and stochastic population growth rate? A case study from Hells Canyon. l Available upon request. l

February 17th: Dr. Gordon Luikart - The Expanding Role of Genomics in Wildlife Research and Conservation. l Available upon request. l

March 3rd: Aaron Johnston - Extinction dynamics and microrefugia of the American pika as climate changes. l l Available upon request. l

March 17th: Will Thompson - Multi-scale investigation of occupancy and density of the American pika (Ochotona princeps) across the central Rocky Mountain mainland. l Available upon request. l

March 31st - Erin Clark - Citizen science delivers in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. l Available upon request. l



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USGS EcoLunch is a forum for students, researchers, visiting scientists and collaborators in the environmental sciences to present their current and past work. Presentations will range from brown bag discussions of ongoing projects to more formal and polished seminar presentations.