Please join the Great Lakes Center, Biology Department and the Great Lakes Ecosystem Science Program for our Fall 2017 Seminar Series to be held on Mondays from 4:00 - 5:15 p.m. in Bulger Communication Center W, throughout the fall semester per the schedule below. Presentations are open to all interested faculty, staff and students.
9/11/17: Michael Voorhees, US Army Corps of Engineers, Buffalo office, "Scajaquada Creek Shoreline Buffer and Wetland Restoration Project"
9/18/17: Stephen Vermette, Geography & Planning Department, Buffalo State College, "Defining WNY’s Climate Zones and Exploring Local Climate Trends"
10/2/17: Mark Rowe, NOAA, "Upwelling and downwelling dynamics influence spatial patterns of hypoxia and nearshore hypoxia events in the central basin of Lake Erie"
10/16/17: John Grabowski, Buffalo Niagara Waterkeeper, "Restoration of the Buffalo River"
10/23/07: Heidi Hehnly, Upstate Medical University, "The Beauty of cell division - visualizing the cell cycle"
10/30/17: Martin Stapanian, USGS, "Land cover types as predictors of wetland vegetation quality"
11/6/17: Naomi McKay, Psychology Department, Buffalo State College, "Give me that candy bar! The physiological and psychological effects of eating comfort food"
11/13/17: Ed Rutherford, NOAA, "Disentangling Dreissena mussels effects on larval fish growth, survival, condition, and potential recruitment in Great Lakes ecosystems"
11/20/17: Mark Dumont, Biochemistry & Biophysics Department, University of Rochester, "Protein coupled receptors: How extracellular signals trigger instracellular responses"
11/27/17: Shirmali Gunawardena, Biological Sciences Department, UB, "Microtubule highways for axonal transport"
11/27/17: Shirmali Gunawardena, UB Biological Sciences Department, "Microtubule highways for axonal transport"
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