Unless noted otherwise, seminars will meet from 12:20 to 1:10 on Fridays in Holdsworth 305

12-Feb –  Katie Friday –  USDA Forest Service Mangroves, sediments, and water: impacts of urban development and global change

19-Feb – Raymond Bradley – University of Massachusetts Natural Archives, Changing Climates

26-Feb  – Jon Goguen –  University of Massachusetts, Medical
School Plague and other wildlife diseases readily transmitted to humans: biology, ecology, and safety

5-Mar –  J.B. Friday –  University of Hawaii Restoring native Acacia koa forests in Hawaii

12-Mar – Linda Deegan –  Marine Biological Laboratory – Trouble on the Edge: Coastal Ecosystems in Times of Change

26-Mar – Katherine Sims – Amherst College Payments for Ecosystem Services in Mexico:Socioeconomic and Environmental Impacts

2-Apr –  Hui-Yu Wang – University of Massachusetts Life history variation of fishes: formation and implications for fisheries management

9 – Apr – Scott Jackson – University of Massachusetts
Assessing and Mitigating the Impacts of Road-Stream Crossings on Aquatic Organism Passage

16 – Apr Liba Pejchar – Colorado State University Avian frugivores, seed dispersal and habitat restoration: case studies from Hawaii

23 – Apr  Pauline Peters – Harvard University “Our daughters inherit our land and our sons use their wives’ fields”: matrilineal-matrilocal land tenure, and the new land policy in Malawi

27 – Apr* Nalini Nadkarni – Evergreen State College Between Earth and Sky: Our Intimate Connection With Trees
* Tuesday, 27-Apr, 7:30 PM at Bowker Auditorium