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Wildlife Ecology and Conservation department

Wildlife Ecology and Conservation department

Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Seminars Spring 2022

Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Seminars will be held virtually this semester, please see the email announcements for meeting information. Seminars will be recorded and available on this page each week.

10 January 

Colin Chapman, Department of Anthropology and Wilson Fellow, George Washington University

Title: “30 years of primate research: What does the future bring?

Seminar Recording

17 January  

Martin Luther King Day – no seminar

24 January  

Brett Scheffers, Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation, University of Florida

Title: "Using studies across space and time to inform the Ecology of Climate Change"

Seminar Recording

31 January  

Colin Carlson, Center for Global Health Science and Security, Georgetown University

Title: “Predict and prevent: chasing Disease X in a post-Covid world

Seminar Recording

   

7 February  

Twanna Hodge, UF DEI Librarian, George Smathers Libraries

Title: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Librarian, George Smathers Libraries”

Seminar Recording

14 February  

C. Daniel Cadena, Department of Biological Sciences, University of the Andes   

Title: “The Colombia Resurvey Project: Natural history collections and the responses of tropical birds to a century of change in climate, landscape, and culture”

Seminar Recording

21 February  

Zuzana Buřivalová, Department of Forest and Wildlife Ecology and Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, University of Wisconsin

Title: “Soundscapes can inform us about rainforest conservation status

Seminar Recording

28 February   

Jedediah Brodie, Division of Biological Sciences and Wildlife Program, University of Montana

Title: “Habitat change, hunting, and their synergies

Seminar Recording

7 March  

Spring Break – no seminar

14 March  

Stephanie Fazekas Salyer, Africa CDC


Title: "Event-based surveillance in Africa: getting ahead of the next pandemic"

Seminar Recording

21 March  

Thomas Smith, Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation, University of Florida

Title: “Does the matrix matter? Using experimentally manipulated landscapes to isolate the effects of habitat fragmentation and landscape change across scales”

Seminar Recording

28 March  

Lauren Trotta, Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation, University of Florida

Title: “Community dynamics of the urban pine rockland flora”

Seminar Recording

4 April  

Christian Rivera, Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation, University of Florida

Title: “Interdisciplinary approaches to analyzing the harvest and trade of wildlife”

Seminar Recording

11 April  

Kimberly Ledger, Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation, University of Florida

Title: “The role of land use and host exclusion on ticks and tick-borne pathogens in southern Africa

Seminar Recording


18 April  

MS Symposium