Ecology Seminar Series
Lewis Hall, 304
Ecology graduate students will offer 10-minute presentations without power point focused on their dissertation/thesis research project at 3:30 pm in 304 Lewis Hall.
Understanding movement and landscape use of Chiricahua leopard frogs (Lithobates chiricahuensis) to promote species persistence in desert ecosystems
Life history traits of bees and forbs as mediators of phenological responses to climate change
Demography of Dall's Sheep in the Mackenzie Mountains
Effects of abiotic and biotic factors on life history characteristics and vital rates of Yellowstone cutthroat trout in a headwater basin
To request disability accommodations or inform us of other special needs, please contact Judy Van Andel, 310 Lewis Hall, MSU, 994-2911.
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