2003/04

These excellent EEB seminar posters were drawn in 2003/04  by Roger Bull (MSc with Vicki Friesen). Click on any one of them to enlarge and view in a gallery.

 

Winter 2004

Date

Speaker Affiliation Title

8 Jan

Bill McLeish RJ Robertson Lab,
Department of Biology, Queen’s University
Habitat use and selection by Eastern
Kingbirds across multiple spatial scales
15 Jan Vincent Staszewski Université Paris, France Host-parasite interactions, maternal effects and juvenile immunity in a colonial
seabird, the Black-legged kittiwake (Rissa tridactyla)

22 Jan

NO SEMINAR
29 Jan Sarah Yakimowski Eckert Life on the edge: a geographic context for the ecology and genetics of
endangered species
6 Fri Feb @ 10:30*Special Time* Ken Warheit State of Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Conservation genetics of Sharp-tailed Grouse and Pygmy Rabbit populations in
Washington’s Columbia Basin: glaciers, farms, and floods
19 Feb Special EEB
(Eckert/Aarssen/Montgomerie)
Department
of Biology, Queen’s University
Half-baked ideas from Queen’s Biology
26 Feb Andrew Park Department of Biology, University of Ottawa
4 Mar Rees Kassen Department of Biology, University of Ottawa Causes and constraints in adaptive radiation
11 Mar Jason Pither Aarssen Lab, Department of Biology, Queen’s University The environmental sampling effect confounds classical interpretations of the niche
18 Mar Sergi Pla PEARL, Queen’s University Decoding the mud using biological beauty marbles: Chrysophycean cysts and their
applicability as paleoenvironmental indicators
Mar 25 Bea Beisner Université du Quebec à Montréal (UQÀM) Alternative community states of lakes
1 Apr NO SEMINAR
8 Apr Christina Caruso Department of Botany, University of Guelph Trade-offs and functional correlations: the evolutionary ecology of correlated traits in Lobelia
15 Apr Derick Potter Wildlife Research and Development Section, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources Modeling
habitat associations of fisher (Martes pennanti) in Nova Scotia
22 Apr Melanie Rathburn Department of Biology, Queen’s University
29 Apr Paul Grogan Department of Biology , Queen’s University

 

Autumn 2003

Date Speaker Affiliation Title
Sept 25 Dr Troy Day Departments of Biology and Mathematics, Queen’s University A general theory for the evolutionary dynamics of virulence
Oct 2 NO
EEB
Oct 9 Wendell
Challenger
Wynne-Edwards Lab, Department of Biology, Queen’s University Predicting mammalian sex steroid levels: a role for ecology?
Oct 16 NO
EEB
Oct 23 Alex Ophir Department of Psychology, McMaster University TBA
Oct 30 Laura Dosen Montgomerie Lab, Department of Biology, Queen’s University Male mating preferences in relation to female quality and sperm competition risk in the guppy
Nov 6 Heather Arnold Aarssen Lab, Department of Biology, Queen’s University Species diversity in riparian vegetation: influences of seed dispersal, habitat mosaics, and the local environment
Nov 13 Jeremy Lundholm Department of Botany, University of Guelph Cracks in the pavement: environmental heterogeneity and plant diversity on alvars
Nov 20 Niko Troje Department of Psychology, Queen’s University Decomposing biological motion: social recognition from human gait
Nov 27 Sarah Yakimowski Eckert Lab, Department of Biology,
Queen’s University
CANCELLED
Dec 4 Amy Dawson Arnott Lab, Department of Biology, Queen’s University Effects of pH fluctuations on zooplankton communities recovering from acidification
Dec 11 Dr Gabriel Blouin-Demers Department of Biology, University of Ottawa Reproductive ecology of black ratsnakes

 

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