Please join the Great Lakes Center, Biology Department and the Great Lakes Ecosystem Science Program for our Spring 2018 Seminar Series to be held on Mondays from 4:00 - 5:15 p.m. in Bulger Communication Center W, throughout the spring semester per the schedule below. Presentations are open to all interested faculty, staff and students.
2/12/18: Adam Wilson, University of Buffalo, "Ecosystem resilience to global change in a biodiversity hotspot"
2/26/18: Lisa Matthies, Erie County Department of Environment and Planning, "Applying GIS technology to local environmental problems: Erie County, NY examples"
3/5/18: Suann Yang, SUNY Geneseo, "Ripple effects of invasive species"
3/12/18: Jo Johnson, GLES Graduate, "Emerald shiners as a bioindicator of urban water pollution in the upper Niagara River"
3/19/18: Hannah Fazekas and Leon Katona, Wright State University, "Attached algae as indicators of stream ecosystem function in the headwaters of the Lake Erie watershed" and "Estimates of depth-specific benthic primary productivity in Lake Erie and Lake Huron"
4/9/18: Mark Braford, Yale University, "Think local, understand global: using biology to build confidence in projected global carbon cycleclimate feedbacks"
4/16/18: Robin Foster, SUNY Buffalo State, "Using the past to manage for the future: a historic approach to conservation of the Eastern Hellbender"
4/23/18: Catherine Riseng, University of Michigan, "The Great Lakes Aquatic Habitat Framework: a spatial framework, ecological classification, and tools to meet the needs of Great Lakes management and research"
4/30/18: Thomas Nalepa, University of Michigan, "Long-term trends and spatial patterns of the benthic community in Lake Michigan: results of a lake-wide survey in 2015"
5/7/18: Kim Bernosky, D'Youville College, "Overeating, overdrinking and compulsion: The Brain’s Role in the loss of control"
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