QUBS Seminars 2010

Wednesday, May 12th, 2010 - 7:00 PM
Wednesday, August 25th, 2010 - 8:00 PM
  • May 12: Stephen Lougheed (Queen's University) Title: Diversity of East Africa.
  • May 19: Title: Who we are. Part I. Researchers at QUBS describe their projects in 5 minutes or less. 
  • May 26: Title: Who we are. Part II. Researchers at QUBS describe their projects in 5 minutes or less.
  • June 2: Scott Taylor (Queen's University) Title: Boobies, Upwellings, the Pacific Ocean, and Mangoes: thoughts from an adventure in Peru.
  • June 9: Mark Conboy (Queen's University) Title: A rapid-fire bestiary: 50 species in 50 minutes concept: 50 of the most marvelous species at QUBS and the connections between them all.
  • June 16: Jenn Foote (Algoma). Title: The dawn chorus communication networks in black-capped chickadees.
  • June 23: Bruce Tufts (Queen’s University) Title. The future of world fisheries
  • June 30: Vanya Rohwer (Queen’s University) Title. Contributions and controversy of museum collections: Conservation lessons from the past.
  • July 7: QUBS Seminar. Stephane Courteau (Queen’s University – Physics) Title. Great astronomical discoveries of the 20th Century.
  • July 14: QUBS Seminar. Troy Murphy (Trinity College, San Antonio, Texas)Title. Dinosaurs, Feathers and the Evolution of Beauty in Bird.
  • July 21: Jeff Row and Stephen Lougheed (Queen's University) Title. Landscape approaches to conservation: Snakes on a (fragmented) plain.
  • August 18: Speaker: Emily Gonzales (Parks Canada) Title: Parks Canada: where science meets management.
  • August 25: Greg Bulté (Carleton University) Title: Map turtles at Lake Opinicon. Ecology & Conservation.