Spring 2023 Seminar Series

Fridays, 9:30 - 10:30 AM

Spring quarter seminars are being held in-person in Coastal Biology 110

Please email the EEB host for more information on specific speakers.

    Friday, April 7

  • Dr. Alex Flecker, Professor, Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Cornell University

    Talk Title: Migratory fish, dams, and ecosystem service tradeoffs in tropical river systems

  • Friday, April 14

  • Dr Michael Grone, Associate State Archaeologist, Santa Cruz District of California Parks and Recreation

    Talk Title: Looking Back, Moving Forward: Historical Ecology and Indigenous Resource Stewardship on the Santa Cruz Coast

  • Friday, April 21

  • Dr. Jonathan Levine, Professor and Department Chair, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Princeton University

    Talk Title: Species coexistence in complex communities

  • Friday, April 28

  • Dr. Israel Borokini, Postdoctoral Scholar, Department of Integrative Biology, UC Berkeley

    Talk Title: Eco-evolutionary processes driving patterns of biodiversity in the United States

  • Friday, May 5

  • Dr. Anya Brown, Assistant Professor, Department of Evolution and Ecology, UC Davis

    Talk Title: Ecology of extended phenotypes: stressor effects on coral hosts and their microbes  

  • Friday, May 12

  • Dr. Marilia Gaiarsa, Assistant Professor, Department of Life and Environmental Sciences, UC Merced

    Talk Title: Ecological interactions across community scales


  • Friday, May 19

  • David Kushner, Retired Marine Biologist, National Park Service, Channel Islands

    Talk Title: Forty years of kelp forest ecosystem monitoring with no questions asked, we have learned much but we still don’t know what we don’t know.  

  • Friday, May 26

  • Dr. Karen Holl, Professor, Department of Environmental Studies, UCSC

    Talk Title: Spatially-patterned methods to scale up tropical forest restoration: lessons learned from a 19-yr study 

  • Friday, June 2

  • Dr. Ryoko Oono, Associate Professor, Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology, UC Santa Barbara

    Talk title: TBA