Fall 2015 Graduate Seminars
Mondays, 3:30-4:30PM in EMS A340
Fridays, 4:30-5:30PM in COH Room 118, or La Feliz Room Seymour Center
(unless otherwise noted)
Anyone needing special arrangements to accommodate a disability should call 831-459-4986 two weeks prior to the date of the seminar they wish to attend.
Courtesy reminder - turn off cell phones and please observe considerate eating habits during seminars.
Tina Cheng/Liz McHuron - Proposal Defense Seminars
Cheng: "Species conservation and ecological and evolutionary host-pathogen dynamics of the emerging infectious disease, White-nose Syndrome"
McHuron: "Predator-prey conflict between two listed species: a study of recovery and potential risk to endangered black abalone by threatened sea otters"
4:30-5:40 COH Room 118, Long Marine Lab
Kate Melanson - Proposal Defense Seminar
"Between a rock and a hard place: The recovery of an endangered species, black abalone (Haliotis cracherodii), in the Northern Channel Islands and the predator-prey conflict with another listed species that could impede their recovery"
4:30-5:05 COH Room 118, Long Marine Lab
Angela Quiros - Defense Seminar
Integrating terrestrial and marine protection at the coastal interphase: the observed pattern, a mechanism, and the benefits of tropical seagrasses
4:30-5:30 La Feliz Room, Seymour Center, Long Marine Lab