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SNRE Seminar Series
Wednesdays, 12:00 PM
225 BioSciences East
Note: Different times and locations for March 6th and 26th
Date Speaker/Affiliation Talk Title
1/16/2013 Brian Powell (Pima County Office of Sustainability and Conservation)
“Pima County’s Multi-Species Conservation Plan: Balancing Development and Habitat Conservation”
2/13/2013 William Reiners (Dept of Botany/Program in Ecology, University of Wyoming)
“The Traits of a Good Ecologist: what do contemporary ecologists think?”
2/20/13 Bill Matter (SNRE, University of Arizona)
“The Fence Effect: What Do We Know? Why Should We Care?”
2/27/13 Don Falk (SNRE, University of Arizona)
"Past, present, and future pyrogeography of western North American forests."
**3/6/2013, 3 pm Felisa Smith (Dept. of Biology, University of New Mexico)
"Why organisms are the size they are." Genetics of GIDP Seminar Series, SNRE co-host
**Location: Student Union, Kiva Room
3/13/2013 Spring Break
3/20/2013 Connie Woodhouse (Dept of Geography, UA)
"Tree rings and their role in water resources decision-making."
**3/26/13 Craig Allen (USGS, Jemez Mountain Field Station, New Mexico)
Title: Forest Changes Near and Far: The Convergence of Climate, Land Management, and Disturbance Trends
**5:00-6:00 pm in CHEM 134
**NRGSO Invited Speaker
3/27/13 Carlos Driscoll (Comparative Behavioral Genomics, NIH)
"Model cats: from domestication to personality disorder."
4/3/13 Lou Pitelka (NEON)
"The National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON): From Petals to Petabytes."
4/17/13 Matt Williamson (Program Director, Kane-Two Mile Ranch)
"Conservation through science: Developing resilience strategies on the Kane and Two Mile Ranches."
4/24/13 Daniel Griffin (UA School of Geography)
William G. McGinnies Annual Lecture: "The Tree-Ring Record of Monsoon Climate in the American Southwest."