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Center for Population Biology (CPB)


Images courtesy C. Boettiger (left) and A. Perkins (right).

CPB Seminar Series: Spring 2014

When: Tuesdays, 4:10 - 5:30PM

Where: 1022 Life Sciences Building (campus map)

PBG 290 - CRN 33823

 

  • April 1: Marshall McMunn
    Graduate Student, Population Biology Graduate Group, UC Davis
    Title: “Seasonal and diel variation in plant-insect interactions”
    Host: Louie Yang

  • April 8: Asaf Sadeh
    Postdoctoral Scholar, Department of Entomology, UC Davis
    Title: “Cannibalism, population structure and disease dynamics: implications for conservation and biocontrol”
    Host: Jay Rosenheim

  • April 15: Rosemary Hartman (Ph.D. Exit Seminar)
    Graduate Student, Graduate Group in Ecology, UC Davis
    Title: “Coexistence of fish, frogs, and fly-fishers: Can't we all just get along?”
    Host: Sharon Lawler

  • April 22: Jun Otsuka
    Postdoctoral Scholar, Department of Philosophy, UC Davis
    Title: “Causal foundations of evolutionary genetics”
    Host: James Griesemer

  • April 29: Orr Spiegel
    Postdoctoral Scholar, Department of Environmental Science and Policy, UC Davis
    Title: “Movement ecology of vultures: Foraging patterns, underlying mechanisms and ecological consequences”
    Host: Andy Sih

  • May 6: Mike Hart
    Professor, Simon Fraser University
    Title: “Evolutionary genetics of gamete recognition in sea stars”
    Host: Rick Grosberg and Frances Armstrong

  • May 13: Marisano James
    Graduate Student, Population Biology Graduate Group, UC Davis
    Title: “A twisted, visionary path towards understanding Strepsiptera
    Host: Jonathan Eisen

  • May 20: Pierre-Olivier Montiglio
    Postdoctoral Scholar, Department of Environmental Science and Policy, UC Davis
    Title: “Fluctuations in resource abundance and the coupling between exploration and reproductive life history in Eastern chipmunks”
    Host: Andy Sih

  • May 27: Richard McElreath
    Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, UC Davis
    Title: “The life history of foraging in 15 human societies”
    Host: Jay Stachowicz

  • June 3: Kristy Kroeker
    Postdoctoral Scholar, Bodega Marine Laboratory
    Title: “Multiple stressors in a warming world: Using thermal performance curves to predict non-additive outcomes in marine ecosystems”
    Host: Jay Stachowicz

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