Marine Biology Seminar
THE MARINE BIOLOGY SEMINAR PAGE—FALL 2012 EDITION
This page is for use by participants in EEB 6483 Seminar in Marine Biology.
Eric Schultz (email@example.com)
How to Upload a Paper to This Site
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Roadmap for the Semester
|Topic code||General Topic|
|A||Emerging methods in phylogenetics, ecomorphology and ecophysiology to examine the diversifying potential of adaptation in functional traits|
|C||Local adaptation in aquatic organisms|
|C'||Coevolution - Geographic Mosaic Theory and implications|
|Date||Topic code||Assigned paper||Discussion leader|
|9/10||A||Near, T. J., A. Dornburg, K. L. Kuhn, J. T. Eastman, J. N. Pennington, T. Patarnello, L. Zane, D. A. Fernández, and C. D. Jones. 2012. Ancient climate change, antifreeze, and the evolutionary diversification of Antarctic fishes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109:3434-3439||Eric|
|9/17||A||Betancur-R., et al. 2012. Apparent signal of competition limiting diversification after ecological transitions from marine to freshwater habitats. Ecology Letters 15:822-830||Jon|
|9/24||B||Kultz, D. 2012. The Combinatorial Nature of Osmosensing in Fishes. Physiology 27:259-275.||Jeff|
|10/08||C (also B?)||TBA||Jessie|
Papers and Notes to Download for Discussion
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