Brown Bag Seminars
Noon, Wednesdays, 100 Castetter Hall
Brown Bag Seminars are coordinated by Christopher Witt, but scheduled by Erika Gendron
||Differential Abundance and Expression of Soil Microbes in McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica.
||Foraging Characteristics of a Small Mammal Community in a Nutritent Limited Ecosystem.
||Interactions Between Fire, Fungi, and the Changing Boreal Forest.
||Diversity of Bacteria and Fungi Living on Flying Islands (Bats).
||Thermal and Behaviorial Ecology of the Northern Pacific Rattlesnake in Washington State.
||The Host–Parasite Interaction in Schistosomiasis.
||Competition for Light and Carbon in Forests.
||Effects of Silica Sol-Gel Encapsulation on Photosynthetic Algae.
||Exploiting Biotic Diversity to Control Human Disease: Schistosomes and Competing Trematode Larvae in Kenyan Freshwater Habitats as a Model System.
||Codivergence, Host-Switching, and Complicated Histories in Chipmunk Parasites.
||Identification of Cryptic Infections of Schistosoma mansoni in Field-Collected Biomphalaria pfeifferi.
||Giggin Round the World: Phylogenetic Relationships and Biogeography of the Whirligig Beetle Tribe Dineutini.
||Plant–Fungal Mutualism Mediates Plant–Plant Interactions in the Great Lake Dunes.
||Resource Exchanges Mediated by Soil Fungi in Arid Lands.
||Sex and the City: Reproductive Ecology of an Invasive Mustard in the Desert Cities of Southern California.