University of Florida UF Logo

SNRE Seminar Series, Fall 2014

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

*Please note that IE students are required to register for the IE Seminar, EVR 6933 (1 credit hour) during one semester. It will be necessary for IE students to attend the seminar unregistered in a subsequent term. A presentation of research findings will be required of IE students in their last semester.

September 2nd

Dr. Tom Frazer

The Future of Florida's Springs

September 9th


September 16th

James Nifong

The Impact of Alligators on Coastal Food Webs and Communities

September 23rd

Dr. Jim Nichols

Dynamic vs Static Species-Habitat Relationships as a Means of Predicting Effects of Climate Change

September 30th

Shannon Estenoz

Progress and Challenges of Everglades Restoration

October 7th

Estelle Robichaux

Mississippi River Delta Restoration in a post-BP Oilspill Environment

October 14th

Dr. Luke Flory

Toward an Understanding of the Long Term Dynamics of Plant Invasions

October 21st

Juliana Bedoya-Duran

Predicting the Effect of Climate Change on Endemic Reptile Species in Mexico

October 28th

Theron Morgan Brown

Governance and Incentive Structures for Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation (REDD) on Village Land in Tanzania

November 4th

No Class

November 11th

No Class - Veteran's Day

November 18th

Liz White

Relationship between Habitat Structure and Florida Scrub-jay Anti-predator Behavior in Ocala National Forest

November 25th

Raissa Guerra

Feasibility of Payments for Environmental Services in the Amazon Region: Tools for Ex Ante Assessment

December 2nd

Mark Lomolino

Of Mice and Mammoths: The Geography of Extinction and the Ecology of Evolution

Last Modified: Tuesday, October 28, 2014 13:36