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SNRE Seminar Series, Spring 2018


All seminars will be on Mondays from 1:55 - 2:45 PM in 112 Newins-Ziegler Hall Map it

In our IE graduate program, you will need to register for the IE Seminar, EVR 6933 (1 credit hour) during one semester. we also ask that you register for the IE Seminar in another seminar (it can be for 1 credit hour or as a unregistered student, meaning you just attend the seminar, by checking in on the sign-in sheet). Please ask the SNRE Office any questions.

January 8

No Seminar

January 15

No Seminar -- MLK Jr. Day

January 22

Determining Property Owners' Attitudes of Adopting Conservation Easements to Portect Sea Turtle Nesting Habitat

Melissa Hill

January 29

Incentivizing Rhinoceros Conservation among Private Landowners in South Africa

Elena Rubino

February 5

Voices in the dark

Dr. Bruce Miller

February 12

Spatiotemporal trends of coastal armoring in Northeast Florida and the effects on sea turtle nesting habitat availability, nesting behaviors, and reproductive success

Scott Eastman

February 19

Saltwater intrusion and hydrologic change impacts to Florida’s Big Bend coastal wetlands

Katie Glodzik

February 26


March 5

No seminar -- Spring break

March 12

Agricultural Activities in a Forest-Dominated Landscape: Impacts on Bat Diversity and Composition

Farah Carrasco-Rueda

March 19

Evaluating Cover Crops for Nematode Suppression in Florida and Haiti

Robyn Adair

March 26

Jesse Borden

April 2


April 9

Krystan Wilkinson

April 16

The Future of Fisheries in a Global Biodiversity Hotspot: Analyzing Fisher Adaptations to Change on Lake Tanganyika, East Africa

Ben Lowe

April 23

Measuring and Interpreting the Economic Performance of Protected Areas in Southern Africa: A Cross-sectional Analysis of Public, Private, and Community Reserves across Two Countries

Alex Chidakel

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