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SNRE Seminar Series, Spring 2017


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). IE seminars from previous MS work do not count here. Please ask the SNRE Office any questions.

January 9

No Seminar

January 16

No Seminar - Holiday

January 23


January 30


Febuary 6


Febuary 13


Febuary 20


Febuary 27

No seminar

March 6

No seminar -- Spring break

March 13


March 20

Felipe Hernandez
Invasion and disease ecology of feral swine (Sus scrofa) in Florida (U.S.): natural/anthropogenic expansion and pathogen pollution of an invasive wild ungulate  

March 27

Annie Loggins
Savanna Vegetation Shapes Small Mammal Communities and Influences Rodent Foraging Behaviors

April 3

Nathan Berkbile
The ecological importance of the Florida Sea Cucumber, Holothuria floridana, to seagrass and hard-bottom communities in the Florida Keys

April 10

Chris Wilson
Managing the Carbon Cycle in Floridian Grazing Lands: Linking Plant Roots, Microbes, and Grazers in Space and Time

April 17

Rich Stanton

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