Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Seminars - Spring 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.
Tim Tinker, USGS/UC Santa Cruz
Title: "Keystone complexity: our evolving understanding of the functional roles of sea otters in near-shore marine ecosystems"
**SEMINAR HAS BEEN CANCELLED**
Sam Gibbs, USFWS/National Wildlife Refuge System
Title: "Two-thirds Health: the importance of ensuring that wildlife and ecosystem health hold equal weight in One Health initiatives"
Vicki Blazer, USGS
Title: "Identifying risk factors associated with adverse effects of multicontaminant exposures in wild fish populations"
Felisa Smith, University of New Mexico
Title: "The Missing Pieces: Lost Ecological Function Following the Terminal Pleistocene Megagauna Extinction"
Nina Attias, UF/Center for Latin American Studies
Title: "Bridging the Gap Between Conservation Science and Practice: The Giant Armadillo Conservation Program in Brazil"
Adrienne Dykstra, UF/WEC
PhD Exit Seminar - "Incorporating the Effects of Wild Pig Invasion on Native Species Behavior and Population Parameter Estimation"
Erin Koen, USGS
Title: "Sea level rise and the Florida Keys mole skink"
Maria Sanchez Torres,UF/Biology
Title: "Large-scale restoration can slow, but not reverse, collapsing oyster reefs along Florida’s Gulf Coast"
Jen Miller, USFWS
Title: "Building an evidencebased, adaptive conservation catalyst fund to reduce threats of wildlife trafficking globally"
Stephen Parker, UF/WEC
PhD exit seminar
WEC Master’s Symposium