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SNRE Seminar Series, Fall 2015

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 8th

Yasmin Quintana

Assessment Of The Artisanal Giant Cichlid (Petenia splendida) Fishery In Lake Petén Itzá, Guatemala

September 15th

Dr. Brian Child

Cecil The Lion: Revisiting Community-Based Conservation and Game Ranches

September 22nd

Dr. Kai Lorenzen

Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Seemingly "Bad" Interventions Help Conserve Aquatic Resources in Asian Rice Farming Landscapes.

September 29th



October 6th - @ Reitz Union Auditorium 2:00-3:00pm

Dr. Torbjorn Tornqvist

Water Institute Distinguished Scholar Seminar Topic: Aspects of Sea Level Change

October 13th

Leroy Nunez

Molecular Analyses of Non-Indigenous Squamates in Florida: Testing Hypotheses Of Introduction Pathways, Species Identity, and Native Range Origins

October 20th

Nancy Montes

Analyzing The Distribution Of Recreational Boating Off The Coast of Northeast Florida To Determine Its Implications for the Conservation of the North Atlantic Right Whale

October 27th



November 3rd

Willandia Chaves

Wild Meat Consumption in the Central Amazon: Evaluating Drivers and Conservation Strategies

November 10th

No Seminar


November 17th

Jessy Mortimer

The Development and Comparative Analysis of a Rapid Herbaceous Monitoring Method in Lowveld Savanna, South Africa

November 24th

Dr. Jorge Angulo

Effectiveness of a Cuban MPA in Meeting Multiple Management Objectives

December 1st

Oscar Gonzalez

The Bird-Flowering Plant Network in the Upper Montane Forest of the Andes

December 8th

No Seminar

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