SEFS Seminar Series

ESRM 429 Seminar Schedule - Autumn 2017

This seminar meets Tuesdays from 8:30-9:20 AM in Kane 220

ESRM 455 & SEFS 554 Wildlife Seminar Schedule - Autumn 2017

This seminar meets from 3:30-4:50 pm in room Guggenheim Hall, Room 220. Undergraduate students may register for credit under ESRM 455; graduate students under SEFS 554. The public is welcome.

ESRM 429 Seminar Schedule - Autumn 2017

Week 1: October 3rd

"Changes in the Forests of the PNW: Predictions from Climate FVS"
David Diaz

Week 2: October 10th

"Changes in Soils of Brazilian Native Savannah Converted to Plantations"
Jason James

Week 3: October 17th

"Snow Leopards of Bhutan"
Tshewang Wangchuk

Week 4: October 24th

"Adaptive Forest Management"
Bernard Bormann

Week 5: October 31st

"Linkages Between Ecological and Cultural Sustainability"
Phil Levin

Week 6: November 7th

"Establishment and Growth of Planted Native WA Tree Species in Varying Light Conditions"
Mathew Aghai

Week 7: November 14th

"Forestry and Forest Products Industry in China"
Kent Wheiler

Week 8: November 21st

"Forest Structure and Function in the Amazon and Northern South America"
Emilio Vilanova

Week 9: November 28th

"Sustainable Cocoa Production in Ghana"
Lord Ameyaw
SEFS Research Scientist

Week 10: December 5th

"Ecological Forestry in the Pacific Northwest"
Jerry Franklin

ESRM 455 & SEFS 554 Wildlife Seminar Schedule - Autumn 2017

Week 1: October 2nd

"Introduction to Class and UW Crow Research"
Dr. John Marzluff, SEFS Wildlife Science Group, UW Seattle

Week 2: October 9th

"Natural History of Bearded Manakins (Manacus) in Bocas del Toro, Panama"
Dr. Tim Billo, Program on the Environment, UW Seattle

Week 3: October 16th

"Investigating the Effects of Urbanization on Cougar Foraging Ecology Along the Wildland-Urban Gradient of Western Washington"
Clint Robins, Wildlife Science Group, SEFS, UW Seattle

Week 4: October 23rd

"American Crow thanatology"
Kaeli Swift, Wildlife Science Group, SEFS, UW Seattle

Week 5: October 30th

"Migrations of an Ornithologist Across Ecosystems and Disciplines"
Dr. Kara Whittaker, Washington Forest Law Center

Week 6: November 6th

"Managing Wolves in Washington State"
Mitch Friedman, Conservation Northwest, Seattle, WA

Week 7: November 13th

"The Polar Bear Conservation Management Plan: Cooperative management in a changing climate"
Dr. Mike Runge, U.S. Geological Survey, Patuxent Wildlife Research Center, Laurel, MD,USA. Co-chair, Polar Bear Recovery Team

Week 8: November 20th

No seminar this week

Week 9: November 27th

"Fire, Woodpeckers, and Decay in Washington’s Forests"
Dr. Theresa Lorenz, US Forest Service, Olympia

Week 10: December 4th

"Think about it!—the decision space of extreme endurance avian migrants"
Dr. Robert Gill, Scientist Emeritus, USGS, Alaska

Archived Seminars
Autumn 2016
Spring 2016
Winter 2016
Autumn 2015
Spring 2015