QUBS Seminars 2014

Wednesday, April 30th, 2014 - 7:00 PM
Wednesday, August 27th, 2014 - 8:00 PM
Date Speaker Talk Title
30 April Steve Lougheed
Queen's University
A travelogue of Australia: Biodiversity in northern Queensland, the Northern Territory and the Sapphire Coast.
7 May Gabriel Blouin-Demers
University of Ottawa
Solving an evolutionary puzzle: the maintenance of within population polymorphism.
14 May Chris Eckert
Queen's University
Why range limits? Ecology, evolution and conservation.
21 May Beth MacDougall-Shackleton
Western University
Birdsong: a window to the past, present and future.
28 May Laurene Ratcliffe
Queen's University
Annual variation in American Redstart plumage ornaments is predicted by the weather.
4 June Scott Colborne​
Western University
Foraging ecology, sexual selection, and speciation in the sunfish of eastern Ontario.
11 June Julie Claussen
Illinois Natural History Survey
Can social media make you a better scientist?
18 June Steve Lougheed
Queen's University
Internationalization at QUBS. Deepening Connections to China and the Yangtze River.
25 June Dave Philipp
Illinois Natural History Survey
Short-term and long-term impacts of angling on bass.
2 July Bruce P. Smith and Kit E. Muma
Biology Dept., Ithaca College
Kiwis and Kokakos: Wildlife Conservation in New Zealand
9 July Mike Runtz
Carleton University
Nature of Algonquin
16 July Becky Taylor
Queen's University
The seabirds of Ascension Island and the evolution of seasonal populations of the band-rumped storm-petrel (Oceanodroma castro)
23 July Adrien Djomo
Queen's University
Africa's contribution to the Earth's sustainability: A case study of Cameroon.
30 July Marv Gunderman
McMaster University
Insects of the cloud forests of Honduras.
6 August Neal Scott
Geography, Queen's University
Watching forests grow – changes in the future and legacies of the past.
13 August Catherine Dale
Queen's University
Should I stay or should I go? Causes and consequences of partial migration in western bluebirds.
20 August Shelley Arnott
Queen's University
Disentangling the relative importance of local- versus regional-scale processes on community response to environmental change.
27 August Grégory Bulté
Carleton University
Thinking inside the box: lessons from turtles.
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