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

January 8, 2020 

Luke Frishkoff
Assistant Professor, University of Texas at Arlington
Talk: Lizard community assembly and reassembly in novel environments--from deep time to the urban jungle

January 29, 2020

Daniel Paredes
Post-doctoral scholar, UC Davis WFCB
Talk: Inside or outside the farm: Where to focus efforts to improve conservation biological control in olive groves?

Charles Nicholson
Post-doctoral scholar, Williams lab, UC Davis  
Talk: Wild pollinators in working landscapes: from processes to production

Scott Jones  
USGS Western Ecological Research Center
Talk: Water management in Suisun Marsh controls ecosystem resilience to fire disturbance.

February 19, 2020

Kiva Oken  
Professor, UC Davis WFCB  
Talk: Quantifying variability in growth in the Oregon pink shrimp fishery

Jena Hickey
Conservation Scientist  
Talk: Estimating population abundance of wild mountain gorillas

Ken Zillig
Ph.D Candidate Fangue Lab, UC Davis WFCB  
Talk: Variations in thermal performance among Central Valley populations of Chinook salmon, Oncorhynchus tshawytscha

March 11, 2020

Cody M. Aylward  
PhD Student, Kelt Lab, UC Davis WFCB  
Talk: Characterizing diet of the endangered salt marsh harvest mouse and dietary partitioning of marsh rodents with DNA metabarcoding

Cathy Brown
PhD Candidate, Todd Lab, UC Davis WFCB  
Talk: Resilience and Vulnerability of Yosemite Toads to Drought

Alex McInturf
Ph.D Candidate, Fangue Lab, UC Davis WFCB  
Talk: Marine conservation at a fine-scale: Understanding the behavior of threatened elasmobranchs