Biology: Ecobreak
Biological Sciences Ecobreak Seminars

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EcoBreak is an informal seminar designed for exchange of ideas between students and faculty in ecology, through the presentation of research, discussion, and good company.

EcoBreaks will be held every Tuesday at 11:30am in 332 Life Science. All are are welcome. Coffee and tea will be available -- bring your own mug!

If you want to sign up to present or bring refreshments, contact Dr. Helen Michaels.

Date  

Presenter(s)  

Topic
8/23 Chris Boehler Vagrancy of Hatchery-Stocked Steelhead Trout in Lake Erie
8/30 Dr. Chris Winslow Hypoxia in the Western Basin of Lake Erie: Low O2 in a Shallow System
9/6 Discussion Ch1: Don't Be Such a Scientist
9/13 Dr. Shannon Finerty Photo ID and Summer Activity Patterns of Territorial Male Sea Otters in Simpson Bay, Alaska
9/20 Gabby Knafler MHC Diversity & Mate Choice in the Magellanic penguin (thesis defense)
9/27

Gregg Janos

Winter Ecology of Eastern Bluebirds
10/4 Dr. Rex Lowe Insights on a Nitrogen Limited Stream-Species Matter
10/11 Fall Break Fall Break
10/18 TBA TBA
10/25 TBA TBA
11/1

TBA

TBA
11/8 TBA TBA
11/15 TBA TBA
11/22 TBA TBA
11/29 Dr. Cordula Mora Magnetic Maps (TBD)