Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Seminars - Fall 2023
Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Seminars will be held in NZH 112 and virtually this semester at 3:30pm. Seminars will be recorded and available on this page each week.
Sergio Balaguera-Reina, UF, Ft. Lauderdale REC
"Conservation and management of large reptiles in the Neotropics"
Shannon Westlake, US Fish and Wildlife Service
"Putting the Social in the Service: Conservation social science in the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service"
Ken Feeley, Miami University
"Should They Stay or Should They Go? The responses of tropical trees and tropical forests to global warming"
Karla Saldana Ochoa, UF School of Architecture
"A Machine Learning Approach for Rapid Disaster Response Based on Multi-Modal Data"
Alison Adams, UF School of Forest,Fisheries, & Geomatic Sciences
"Environmental Justice, Remediation, and Health: The Case of the Lake Apopka Farmworkers"
Rob Fletcher and Vanessa Hull, UF Dept of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation
"International Research Experiences for Students (IRES): From Chine to Africa and Beyond"
Josh Daskin, Archbold Biological Station
"Keeping Conservation in Conservation Science"
Silvio Marchini, University of São Paulo
"Plan4Coex: Towards a participatory and systems approach to planning for human-wildlife coexistence"
Sarah Diamond, Case Western University
Monte Neate-Clegg, University of California Los Angeles
"Looking Beyond Species in an Era of Global Change"
Joint session with Wildlife Crime Seminar Series
Lily Maynard, Cincinnati Zoo
- Message From the Chair
- Department Overview
- Florida Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
- WEC IDEA Committee
- Affiliated Programs
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