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September 10, 2014 at 8:45 pm

Ecolunch: ‘The Promise and Perils of Antarctic Fishes,’ Sept. 10

The Fall 2014 Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Colloquium—“Ecolunch”—kicks off Sept. 10 with Dr. Lisa Crockett, Department of Biological Sciences, on “The Promise and Perils of Antarctic Fishes.”

Dr. Lisa Crockett

Dr. Lisa Crockett

All seminars are open to the public and meet in Irvine Hall Room 159 on Wednesdays from 11:50 a.m. to 12:45 p.m.

Upcoming Seminars

Sept. 17, Dr. Pat Hassett, Department of Biological Sciences, on “Cholesterol, Phytosterols, and the Ecology of Marine Copepods”

Sept. 24, Dr. Molly Morris, Department of Biological Sciences, on “Evolutionary Perspectives of Diabetes: Insights from Swordtails”

Oct. 1, Dr. Willem Roosenburg, Department of Biological Sciences, on “Demography, Halfway Technologies, and Triumphs of Terrapin Conservation”

Oct. 8, No Meeting

Oct. 15, Dr. Sarah Davis, Voinovich School – Environmental Studies, on “Sustainable Bioenergy in a Changing Climate”

Oct. 22, Eric Gorsack, Department of Biological Sciences, on “Cretaceous Paleobiogeography, Morphological Clocks, and Model-based Zpproaches: Case Study Utilizing Titanosaurian Dinosaurs with Evidence of a Centralized Role for Continental Africa”

Oct. 29, Ryan Felice, Department of Biological Sciences, on “The Evolution of the Avian Tail Skeleton: Ecomorphology, Integration, and Sexual Dimorphism”

Nov. 5, Anthony Gilbert, Department of Biological Sciences, on “The Physiological and Thermal Ecology of a Color-polymorphic Lizard (Urosaurus ornatus)”

Nov. 12, Catherine Early, Department of Biological Sciences, on “New Findings on the Brain and Skull Structure of the Recently Extinct Flightless Giant Moa (Aves: Dinornis​) with Implications for its Behavior”

Nov. 19, Danny D’Amore, Department of Biological Sciences, on “Bars and Sexual Selection in Hawaiian Swordtails”

Dec. 3, Paul Converse, Department of Biological Sciences, on “Metapopulation Structuring in Chesapeake Bay Terrapins: How to Cut Diamonds”

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