Visiting Scholar, Camilo Loaiza – Seminar, “Bird Ecology and Conservation in the Threatened Tropical Dry Forests of Columbia” Room 312A Holdsworth

Please join me in welcoming Camilo Loaiza Gómez from the Universidad Nacional de Colombia. Camilo is here as a visiting scholar in the Department of Environmental Conservation for the 2019 fall semester. Camilo is very interested in opportunities to interact with other scientists in ECO. Please feel free to reach out to Camilo by e-mail, or stop by his office, which as of this Thursday will be in the northern end of Ag. Engineering Annex A. To learn about Camilo’s research, please come to a seminar he is offering at noon on September 10, 2019 in 312A Holdsworth Hall entitled “Bird Ecology and Conservation in the Threatened Tropical Dry Forests of Colombia”....
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MS Defense – Charlotte Axthelm – “Hydrologic structure and function of vernal pools in South Deerfield, Massachusetts” Room 312A Holdsworth

Charlotte Axthelm will be presenting her MS thesis -- Hydrologic structure and function of vernal pools in South Deerfield, Massachusetts -- at 10:00 am on Tuesday, 30 July in 312A Holdsworth.  The first hour will be open to the all. The second hour will be limited to Charlotte's committee: Paul Barten (Chair) Mickey Spokas (member, Stockbridge School) Deb Henson (member, ECo)...
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PhD Defense – Lucas Griffin – “Ecology and Conservation of Immature Sea Turtles Across Multiple Scales” Room 312A

To:     Faculty & Students, Department of Environmental Conservation From:  Andy J. Danylchuk (Committee Chair) Re:    Defense for Lucas Griffin Lucas Griffin, a PhD candidate in the Intercampus Marine Science Graduate Program, will defend his dissertation entitled, “ECOLOGY AND CONSERVATION OF IMMATURE SEA TURTLES ACROSS MULTIPLE SCALES” on Friday, August 16th at 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM in Holdsworth Hall, room 312A. His exam committee members are Dr. Andy Danylchuk (Chair), Dr. Adrian Jordaan, Dr. Jack Finn, and Dr. Al Richmond.  A copy of his dissertation is available in Holdsworth 225....
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PhD Defense, Alex Filous – “Fisheries Science to Support the Conservation of Bonefish through Traditional Community Base Management ..” Room 312A

To:     Faculty & Students, Department of Environmental Conservation From:  Andy J. Danylchuk (Committee Chair) Re:    Defense for Alex Filous Alex Filous, a PhD candidate in Environmental Conservation, will defend his dissertation entitled, “FISHERIES SCIENCE TO SUPPORT THE CONSERVATION OF BONEFISH (Albula glossodanta) THROUGH TRADITIONAL COMMUNITY BASED MANAGEMENT OF AN ARTISANAL CORAL REEF FISHERY AT ANAA ATOLL, FRENCH POLYNESIA” on Thursday, August 15th at 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM in Holdsworth Hall, room 312A. His exam committee members are Dr. Andy Danylchuk (Chair), Dr. Todd Fuller, Dr. Robert Lennox (NORCE Research Center).  A copy of his dissertation is available in Holdsworth 225....
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