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Spring 2014 Seminars and Events

January 30, 2014 (EEB Seminar)

Jonathan Wilson (Haverford College)

Ecological and evolutionary insights from the study of fossil plants

4:00PM in BPB 130

February 6, 2014 (EEB Seminar)

Catherine Pringle (University of Georgia)

"Climate-driven acidification in Neotropical Streams: Evidence from a long-term research project in Costa Rica."

4:00PM in BPB 130

February 13, 2014 (Teale Seminar)

Anthony Leiserowitz (Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies)

Climate Change in the American Mind

4:00PM in Konover Auditorium, Dodd Center

March 13, 2014 (EEB Seminar)

Elizabeth Brainerd (Brown University)

Great Transformations in Vertebrate Repiratory Systems

4:00PM in BPB 130

March 27, 2014 (Teale Seminar)

Steven D. Gaines (University of California - Santa Barbara)

“What role will the oceans play in meeting the global demand for food?”

4:00PM in Konover Auditorium, Dodd Center

April 3, 2014 (EEB Seminar)

Mark W. Moffett (Smithsonian Institution)

Human identity and the evolution of societies

4:00PM in BPB 130

April 10, 2014 (Teale Seminar)

Jane Lubchenco (Oregon State University)

Climate, Weather, Oceans & Biodiversity: Science in Policy & Politics

4:00PM in Konover Auditorium, Dodd Center

April 17, 2014 (EEB Seminar)

Norman Wickett (Chicago Botanic Garden)

An RNA-Seq approach to understanding the origin and diversification of land plants

4:00PM in BPB 130

April 24, 2014 (EEB Seminar)

Bruce Patterson (The Field Museum)

"Splendid (if intermittent) Isolation: the evolution of Neotropical mammals"

4:00PM in BPB 130

May 1, 2014 (EEB Seminar)

Tracy Heath (Center for Theoretical Evolutionary Genomics-UCAL Berkeley)

Integrating information from the fossil record into Bayesian phylogenetic analyses

4:00PM in BPB 130