Seminar Series

Learn more about the topics, speakers, and schedule for our weekly seminar series. View past seminar recordings.  


Seminars typically meet 3-4pm on Wednesdays at ENR2 S107 and on Zoom (https://arizona.zoom.us/j/84293337510), but this is subject to change. Please email Ruth (ruthholladay@arizona.edu) if you would like to be added to our listserv for announcements.

Date Speaker Affiliation Topic/Title
Aug. 24 2022 Faculty Introductions    
Aug. 31 2022 Faculty Introductions    
Sept. 7 2022 Peter Adler Utah State University Quinney College of Natural Resources Ecosystem acclimation: A critical but overlooked uncertainty in projections of climate change impacts
Sept. 14 2022 Brett Blum UA Southern Arizona Experiment Station History and Opportunity: The Legacy of the UA Southern Arizona Experiment Station in Ecological Research
Sept. 21 2022 Jesse Alston UA SNRE Wildlife-livestock coexistence in Laikipia, Kenya
Sept. 28 2022 Caroline Capello UA SNRE Ecology and Conservation of Magellanic and Galápagos Penguins in a Changing World
Oct. 5 2022 Elizabeth Baldwin UA SGPP Burning Down the House:  How Natural Disasters Affect Support for Environmental Policy
Oct. 12 2022 Rachel Mitchell UA SNRE

Coping with the New Normal: A Functional Trait Approach to Understanding the Anthropocene

Oct. 19 2022 Stuart Leon White Mountain Apache Fish and Wildlife

Conserving Natural Resources and Cultural Heritage of the White Mountain Apache Tribe

Oct. 26 2022 Jesse Lewis ASU Wildlife populations across ecological gradients: case studies in urbanization and fire ecology
Nov. 2 2022 Margaret Evans UA EEB and LTRR Climate change impacts on southwestern U. S. forests: insights from spatial networks of tree-ring time series data
Nov. 9 2022 David Ausband Idaho Coop Unit Fifteen years of wolf hunting and trapping in Idaho. What do we know?
Nov. 16 2022 Katrina Dlugosch UA EEB The interplay of ecological and evolutionary processes in species invasions
Nov. 23 2022 Break    
Nov. 30 2022 Tad Theimer NAU From skunks and rabies to flycatchers and drought, how ecology informs disease management and conservation
Dec. 7 2022 Katherine Hovanes UA SNRE Population ecology of perennial bunchgrasses in restoration and management contexts

 

Upcoming seminars have not been posted yet.