Please join the Great Lakes Center, Biology Department and the Great Lakes Ecosystem Science Program for our Spring 2017 Seminar Series to be held on Mondays from 4:00 - 5:15 p.m. in Bulger Communication Center 2E, throughout the spring semester per the schedule below. The All students, staff and faculty are welcome.
1/30/2017: Kurt Karboski, "The battle for Lake Ontario: Native and invasive species interactions in the Great Lakes"
2/6/2017: Daniel Potts, "Structure and function of post-industrial urban ecosystems"
2/27/2017: Chris Castiglione, "Using GIS to uncover the secrets of your data"
3/6/2017: Robert Warren, "Invasion! A niche perspective"
3/13/2017: Jonathan Bossenbroek, "Bringing Landscape Ecology into the Great Lakes"
3/27/2017: Shoshanna Zucker, "Gap Junctions in Cancer: Growth, Migration, and Oxidative Stress"
4/3/2017: Ronald Griffiths, "Benthic life in the dead zone of central Lake Erie"
4/10/2017: Jason Robinson, "Walleye movement and management in Lake Erie"
4/17/2017: Doug Easton, "Expression & Localization of Heat Shock Protein 110 During Drosophila Development; Clues to its roles in embryonic development"
4/24/2017: Lacy Chick, "Linking physiology to biogeography: From individuals to populations"
5/1/2017: Mike Fox, "Fish life history evolution"
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