Each year we traditionally run an in-person seminar series from May through August, with topics running the gamut from natural history, environmental management, and natural history to wildlife art. With Covid-19 we have had to reimagine our seminar series, asking our speakers to contribute virtually. There seminars listed below are a combination of pre-recorded seminars posted on our YouTube channel and live seminars. We try to advertise these using social media and our own news feed.
|20 May||Dr. Stephen Lougheed (Queen's University)||Teaching in the tropics. Field course in a biodiversity hotspot - the Brazilian Atlantic Forests [pre-recorded]|
|3 June||Dr. Shelley Arnott (Queen's University)||Current water quality guidelines for chloride do not protect zooplankton from increasing salinity [pre-recorded]|
|17 June||Wenxi Feng (PhD candidate, Queen’s University)||Using environmental DNA to map winter hibernacula in temperate freshwater turtles [pre-recorded]|
|1 July||Dr. Steve Cooke (Carleton University)||The science of catching and releasing fish|
|29 July||Dr. Brandon T. Barton (Mississippi State University)||Predator-mediated effects of global change and the implications for food webs in the Anthropocene|