EEB Monday Seminar Archives - 2008

Date Speaker From Title Host
09/08/2008 Neo Martinez PECE Lab Structure and Nonlinear Dynamics of Complex Ecological Networks Travis Huxman
09/15/2008 Randy Nesse University of Michigan The Great Opportunity: Evolutionary Applications in Medicine Judie BronsteinJudie Bronstein
09/29/2008 Chelsea Specht University of California, Berkeley How the ginger got its labellum: Evolution of the stamen whorl in Zingiberales Howard Ochman
10/06/2008 Rod Wing University of Arizona, Plant Sciences The Oryza Map Alignment Project: Genomes in Flux Michael Sanderson
10/13/2008 David Reznick University of California, Riverside CANCELLED Regis Ferriere
10/20/2008 Mark Bush Florida Institute of Technology Ice-age aridity in Amazonia and the refuge hypothesis for tropical diversity: Can you hear the fat lady singing? Therese Markow
11/03/2008 John Harte University of California, Berkeley Maximum entropy predicts realistic patterns in the distribution and abundance of species Richard Michod
11/10/2008 Mimi Koehl University of California, Berkeley Settling Down: Can Microscopic Larvae Of Bottom-Dwelling Marine -Animals Use Odors To Help Them Land In The Right Place In Turbulent Environments? John Hildebrand
11/10/2008 Modeled Regime Shifts in the North Pacific -
11/17/2008 Ted Fleming University of Miami & EEB The Evolution of Tropical Vertebrate Pollination Systems in Time and SpaceSettling Down: Can Microscopic Larvae Of Bottom-Dwelling Marine -Animals Use Odors To Help Them Land In The Right Place In Turbulent Environments? Judie Bronstein
11/24/2008 Tandy Warnow University of Texas, Austin New Methods for simultaneous estimation of alignments and trees Nancy Moran
12/08/2008 Willie Swanson University of Washington Adaptive Evolution and Coevolution of Sperm - Egg Recognition Molecules Erin Kelleher