Seminars

WFCB Seminar Series
When: Wednesdays, 4:10 p.m. – 5:15 p.m.
Where: 1138 Meyer Hall, same as Foster Room

Interested in presenting? Please contact boving@ucdavis.edu

September 25th, 2019  

Aviva Rossi
Ph.D. Student. Ecology
Talk: Habitat Use by Montane Ground Dwelling Squirrels in the high Sierra: Variation over space and time

Mary Clapp
Ph.D. Student. Ecology  
Talk: Investigating the impact of trout on adjacent bird and bat communities in the high Sierra

Rahel Sollmann
Assistant Professor, WFCB  
Talk: The effect of megafires on wildlife communities

October 16th, 2019

Letizia Tedesco
Senior Research Scientist / Adj. Prof. in Aquatic Sciences, Finnish Environment Institute
Talk: Sea-ice algal phenology in a warmer Arctic

Brian Todd  
Professor, WFCB  
Talk: Traits linked to contemporary snake distributions and their sensitivity to human land use as revealed by citizen science data

Nicole Adams  
Postdoctoral Scholar in Evolution and Ecology  
Talk: Evaluating genetic recovery in bottlenecked populations of the Channel Island fox

November 6th, 2019   

Miranda Bell  
Ph.D. student. Ecology  
Talk: Long term benefits of floodplain rearing for juvenile chinook salmon

Ruth Gustafson  
Reference Librarian |  Biological/Agricultural/Environmental Sciences  
Talk: Seek, Find, and Deliver - locating the wealth of wildlife & conservation biology resources at the UCD Library

Marianne Pasanen-Mortensen
Ph.D. Dept of Zoology, Stockholm University  
Talk: Top-down and bottom-up drivers of a ground nesting bird

December 4th, 2019

Jeff Kerby
Ph.D. Visiting Scholar Post Lab
Talk: Picturing Arctic change: exploring the causes and consequences of phenological diversity in the tundra?

Jackie Aliperti  
Ph.D. student. Ecology  
Talk: Personality-dependent spatial ecology in an asocial ground squirrel