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DEPARTMENT SEMINARS

Climate Change, Plant Ecology and Conservation: A Case Study of the SF Bay AreaDr. David Ackerly
12/03/2014
Climate Change, Plant Ecology and Conservation: A Case Study of the SF Bay Area

Phylogenetic Approaches to the study of Vertebrate ClassificationDr. Michael Alfaro
10/27/2009
Phylogenetic Approaches to the study of Vertebrate Classification

Non-linearity, variability and diversity: an integrative perspectivePriyanga Amarasekare
10/10/2018
Non-linearity, variability and diversity: an integrative perspective

An integrated approach to understanding the origin and conservation of marine biodiversity in the Coral TriangleDr Paul Barber
10/26/2011
An integrated approach to understanding the origin and conservation of marine biodiversity in the Coral Triangle

Predicting Evolution: How will antibiotic resistance occur?Dr. Miriam Barlow
05/24/2017
Predicting Evolution: How will antibiotic resistance occur?

Vertical Integration of Evolutionary Mechanisms: Pelvic Reduction in the Threespine SticklebackDr. Michael Bell
05/11/2011
Vertical Integration of Evolutionary Mechanisms: Pelvic Reduction in the Threespine Stickleback

Reed frog diversification in the Gulf of Guinea: overseas dispersal, the progression rule, and in situ speciationDr Rayna Bell
01/28/2015
Reed frog diversification in the Gulf of Guinea: overseas dispersal, the progression rule, and in situ speciation

When the planet warms up will social relationships cool down? A furry tailDr Merav Ben David
04/18/2018
When the planet warms up will social relationships cool down? A furry tail

Anthropogenic evolution, externalities, and public healthCarl Bergstrom
01/06/2016
Anthropogenic evolution, externalities, and public health

New insights into the systematics, evolution and feeding anatomy of baleen whalesDr. Annalisa Berta
05/28/2014
New insights into the systematics, evolution and feeding anatomy of baleen whales

Characterizing the Marine Sediment Microbiome: From Global Patterns to Host-Associated TrendsDr. Holly Bik
04/17/2019
Characterizing the Marine Sediment Microbiome: From Global Patterns to Host-Associated Trends

Olfaction written in bone: Clues to the mammalian sense of smell found in cribriform plate morphologyDr. Deborah Bird
03/14/2018
Olfaction written in bone: Clues to the mammalian sense of smell found in cribriform plate morphology

Recurrent Insect Outbreaks Caused by Temperature-Driven Changes in StabilityDr. Ottar Bjornstad
11/28/2018
Recurrent Insect Outbreaks Caused by Temperature-Driven Changes in Stability

Impact of climatic novelty: translating insights from the past to projections for the futureDr. Jessica Blois
11/09/2016
Impact of climatic novelty: translating insights from the past to projections for the future

Fear and Some ConsequencesDr. Dan Blumstein
09/27/2017
Fear and Some Consequences

Top-down modification of bottom-up processes: nutrient recycling by consumers enhances algal growth in marine ecosystemsDr. Matthew Bracken
11/08/2017
Top-down modification of bottom-up processes: nutrient recycling by consumers enhances algal growth in marine ecosystems

Fishes, Functions, and the Future of Coral ReefsDr. Simon Brandl
05/08/2019
Fishes, Functions, and the Future of Coral Reefs

Dissecting trait variation between long-diverged speciesDr. Rachel Brem
10/10/2017
Dissecting trait variation between long-diverged species

Toward a Metabolic Theory of EcologyDr. James Brown
05/16/2012
Toward a Metabolic Theory of Ecology

Tribute to George Bartholomew: Reflections on Human EcologyDr. James Brown
05/16/2012
Tribute to George Bartholomew: Reflections on Human Ecology

Fishes as bottom-up drivers in coral reef communitiesDr. Deron Burkepile
06/06/2018
Fishes as bottom-up drivers in coral reef communities

Tropical mountains: Biodiversity hotspots and hotbeds for studying evolutionary diversificationDr. Daniel Cadena
02/15/2017
Tropical mountains: Biodiversity hotspots and hotbeds for studying evolutionary diversification

 Adaptation, introgression and biogeography of the American live oaks (series Virentes) from the tropics to the temperate zone: Conservation implications on a changing planetDr. Jeannine Cavender-Bares
02/12/2014
Adaptation, introgression and biogeography of the American live oaks (series Virentes) from the tropics to the temperate zone: Conservation implications on a changing planet

Singing feathers, animal aeroacoustics, and the evolution of complex displaysDr. Christopher Clark
11/26/2014
Singing feathers, animal aeroacoustics, and the evolution of complex displays

Soil effects on forest composition and productivity in diverse tropical forestsDr. Rick Condit
04/27/2016
Soil effects on forest composition and productivity in diverse tropical forests

An Origin Story: Evolution and Biogeography of Coral Reef FishesDr. Peter Cowan
03/12/2014
An Origin Story: Evolution and Biogeography of Coral Reef Fishes

Why kin selection is not dead: Evidence from a marginal cooperative breederDr. Janis Dickinson
04/01/2015
Why kin selection is not dead: Evidence from a marginal cooperative breeder

Ecology and Evolution of Chemical Defense in New Guinea BirdsDr. Jack Dumbacher
04/08/2015
Ecology and Evolution of Chemical Defense in New Guinea Birds

Parasites and Paleowebs: The Importance of Scale Dependence for Understanding Trophic OrganizationDr. Jennifer Dunne
05/18/2016
Parasites and Paleowebs: The Importance of Scale Dependence for Understanding Trophic Organization

Cross-disciplinary approaches to understand the response of marine organisms to changing oceanic conditions in a high CO2 worldDr. Robert Eagle
04/22/2015
Cross-disciplinary approaches to understand the response of marine organisms to changing oceanic conditions in a high CO2 world

The Weaker Sex: Potential Causes of Male Inferiority in the Tidepool Copepod Tigriopus californicusDr. Suzanne Edmands
03/15/2017
The Weaker Sex: Potential Causes of Male Inferiority in the Tidepool Copepod Tigriopus californicus

Natural Locomotion: a Non-Biologists Attempt at DistillationDr Jeff Eldredge
04/24/2019
Natural Locomotion: a Non-Biologists Attempt at Distillation

Sea Otters and Kelp Forests: an Ecological History of the North Pacific OceanDr. James Estes
10/23/2013
Sea Otters and Kelp Forests: an Ecological History of the North Pacific Ocean

Water-use efficiency and water use effectiveness, a stomatal perspective using stable isotopes Dr. Graham Farquhar
02/17/2016
Water-use efficiency and water use effectiveness, a stomatal perspective using stable isotopes

Symbiotic Options for the Conquest of LandDr. Katie Field
03/22/2016
Symbiotic Options for the Conquest of Land

Social Niche Construction through Collective ComputationDr. Jessica Flack
04/15/2015
Social Niche Construction through Collective Computation

Challenges to the Evolutionary SynthesisDr. Douglas Futuyma
10/16/2013
Challenges to the Evolutionary Synthesis

Connections among Genotype, Phenotype and Fitness in E. coli High Temperature LinesDr. Brandon Gaut
02/11/2015
Connections among Genotype, Phenotype and Fitness in E. coli High Temperature Lines

From Chicago to Cape Breton: human-coyote conflictDr. Stan Gehrt
10/21/2015
From Chicago to Cape Breton: human-coyote conflict

Air Giants: Reconstructing the Anatomy and Flight Performance of Azhdarchid PterosaursDr. Michael Habib
05/08/2014
Air Giants: Reconstructing the Anatomy and Flight Performance of Azhdarchid Pterosaurs

Flying dust and giant trees: trials and tribulations of an ecosystem ecologistDr. Stephen Hart
10/26/2016
Flying dust and giant trees: trials and tribulations of an ecosystem ecologist

Predicting Climate Change on a Green Planet: The Scope of the Challenge Dr. John Harte
05/19/2010
Predicting Climate Change on a Green Planet: The Scope of the Challenge

From Silent Spring to Silent Night: A Tale of Toads and MenDr. Tyrone Hayes
05/05/2010
From Silent Spring to Silent Night: A Tale of Toads and Men

Hierarchical Bayesian Modeling for Phylogenetic Inference using RevBayesDr. Tracy Heath
11/14/2018
Hierarchical Bayesian Modeling for Phylogenetic Inference using RevBayes

Bacterial and environmental cues are determinants of host-cell morphology and behavior in the squid-vibrio symbiosisDr. Elizabeth Heath-Heckman
10/19/2016
Bacterial and environmental cues are determinants of host-cell morphology and behavior in the squid-vibrio symbiosis

Studying Ocean Global Change Biology & Mechanisms of Rapid Response to Ocean Change Dr. Gretchen Hofmann
02/22/2017
Studying Ocean Global Change Biology & Mechanisms of Rapid Response to Ocean Change

A new family of acorn worms gives insights into deep-sea ecology and evolutionDr. Nicholas Holland
10/09/2013
A new family of acorn worms gives insights into deep-sea ecology and evolution

Responses of Coral Reefs to Global WarmingDr. Terry Hughes
04/04/2019
Responses of Coral Reefs to Global Warming

Cities Are Hotspots of Biodiversity and Ecosystem ServicesG Darrell Jenerette
11/30/2016
Cities Are Hotspots of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services

Does population biology have anything to teach ecosystem service modeling?Dr. Peter Kareiva
01/15/2015
Does population biology have anything to teach ecosystem service modeling?

Adaptation and specialization in heterogeneous environments: insights from microbial experimentsDr. Rees Kassen
04/20/2016
Adaptation and specialization in heterogeneous environments: insights from microbial experiments

Aquatic Invasive Species in the Santa Monica Mountains: Patterns, Explanations and RestorationDr. Lee Kats
11/20/2013
Aquatic Invasive Species in the Santa Monica Mountains: Patterns, Explanations and Restoration

Conservation and current status of Turkish AmphibiansDr. Ugur Kaya
10/18/2017
Conservation and current status of Turkish Amphibians

Environmental DNA as a Tool for 21st-Century Ecology and Policy.Dr. Ryan Kelly
01/18/2017
Environmental DNA as a Tool for 21st-Century Ecology and Policy.

Factors mediating coexistence and reproductive isolation between related species at contact zonesDr. Alexander Kirschel
09/26/2018
Factors mediating coexistence and reproductive isolation between related species at contact zones

Nanotechnology in Nature: iridescence and signal privatisation in butterfliesDr. Darrell Kemp
05/21/2014
Nanotechnology in Nature: iridescence and signal privatisation in butterflies

Censusing Marine Life in the 21st CenturyDr. Nancy Knowlton
05/17/2017
Censusing Marine Life in the 21st Century

The Role of Sexual Selection in Maintaining Color Polymorphism in a Cuban Poeciliid FishDr. Gita Kolluru
10/29/2019
The Role of Sexual Selection in Maintaining Color Polymorphism in a Cuban Poeciliid Fish

Remotely sensed canopy water content as a predictor for tree mortalityDr. Alexandra Konings
02/28/2018
Remotely sensed canopy water content as a predictor for tree mortality

Bacteria-phage interactions in a long-lived host: how they happen and why they matterDr. Britt Koskella
03/02/2016
Bacteria-phage interactions in a long-lived host: how they happen and why they matter

Dr. Armand Kuris
02/10/2016
The Darwinian Demon:The Role of Infectious Processes in Ecosystems as Climate Changes

Forest Community Reassembly with Climate ChangeDr. Janneke Hille Ris Lambers
06/05/2019
Forest Community Reassembly with Climate Change

Keystone effects of Australia's top predatorMike Letnic
04/18/2016
Keystone effects of Australia’s top predator

Understanding species’ responses to climate change: the need for population and community ecologyDr. Jonathan Levine
10/24/2017
Understanding species’ responses to climate change: the need for population and community ecology

Embracing Complexity in Conservation ScienceDr. Rebecca Lewison
05/16/2018
Embracing Complexity in Conservation Science

Comprehensive Transcriptome Mapping Reveals Conservation of Organism Development and Cell Differentiation across Distant SpeciesDr. Jessica Li
02/18/2015
Comprehensive Transcriptome Mapping Reveals Conservation of Organism Development and Cell Differentiation across Distant Species

Biotic Responses to Global Change: Using the Past to Manage for the FutureDr. Emily Lindsey
05/02/2018
Biotic Responses to Global Change: Using the Past to Manage for the Future

Population genomics of deleterious mutations Dr. Kirk Lohmueller
10/04/2017
Population genomics of deleterious mutations

Inferring Ecological Processes and Evolutionary Dynamics from Molecular Phylogenies and the Fossil Record: Some Unexpected Finding (Some Welcome, Some not!)Dr. Charles Marshall
03/05/2014
Inferring Ecological Processes and Evolutionary Dynamics from Molecular Phylogenies and the Fossil Record: Some Unexpected Finding (Some Welcome, Some not!)

Gathering, updating, and calibrating phylogenies for the Open Tree of LifeDr. Emily McTavish
09/28/2016
Gathering, updating, and calibrating phylogenies for the Open Tree of Life

Functional Integration and Ecological Diversity in Anguilliform FishesDr. Rita Mehta
11/06/2013
Functional Integration and Ecological Diversity in Anguilliform Fishes

Wallace, Darwin, and Spiritualism: The Trial of the Spirit-Medium Henry Slade, 1876Dr. Richard Milner
11/12/2014
Wallace, Darwin, and Spiritualism: The Trial of the Spirit-Medium Henry Slade, 1876

Trade, Borrow, or Steal: How Acquired Metabolism Fuels Ecological Opportunity and Evolutionary InnovationDr. Holly Moeller
10/16/2019
Trade, Borrow, or Steal: How Acquired Metabolism Fuels Ecological Opportunity and Evolutionary Innovation

Interactions of ecological and evolutionary processes in forest responses to environmental changeDr. Emily Moran
11/29/2017
Interactions of ecological and evolutionary processes in forest responses to environmental change

Luminescence for Sex and Safety in Marine Ostracods: an OverviewDr. James Morin
11/15/2013
Luminescence for Sex and Safety in Marine Ostracods: an Overview

The Promise of Evolutionary Biology as a Translational Science in Human MedicineDr. Barbara Natterson-Horowitz
11/13/2013
The Promise of Evolutionary Biology as a Translational Science in Human Medicine

Geology matters: An unusually severe example of Al-Karajis Principles in Malibu Creek, CaliforniaDr Randal Orton
05/24/2017
Geology matters: An unusually severe example of Al-Karajis Principles in Malibu Creek, California

21st Annual Biology Research Symposium: Cabrillo Marine Aquarium: A community icon engaging in local conservationJulianne Passarelli
05/24/2018
21st Annual Biology Research Symposium: Cabrillo Marine Aquarium: A community icon engaging in local conservation

Dynamic Microbial Landscapes and their ConsequemncesKabir Peay
02/07/2018
Dynamic Microbial Landscapes and their Consequemnces

Decision-support tools for guiding management of invasions using ecological principlesDr. Kim Pepin
03/07/2018
Decision-support tools for guiding management of invasions using ecological principles

Population Genomics of Rapid AdaptationDr. Dmitri Petrov
11/16/2016
Population Genomics of Rapid Adaptation

The effects of genes, personality, networks, and space on collective behaviorDr. Noa Pinter Wollman
11/01/2017
The effects of genes, personality, networks, and space on collective behavior

Individual variation in collective behaviorNoa Pinter-Wollman
01/12/2016
Individual variation in collective behavior

Understanding-Climates-Landscapes-AnimalsDr. Warren Porter
05/12/2016
Understanding-Climates-Landscapes-Animals

Decentralized Mechanisms of collective behavior in social insectsDr. Stephen Pratt
02/03/2016
Decentralized Mechanisms of collective behavior in social insects

From Individuals, to Population, to Communities: When Does Animal Personality Matter?Dr. Jonathan Pruitt
05/03/2017
From Individuals, to Population, to Communities: When Does Animal Personality Matter?

Selfish gene, social outcome: Exploring the genetic basis of a complex social traitDr. Jessica Purcell
05/30/2018
Selfish gene, social outcome: Exploring the genetic basis of a complex social trait

The Evolution of Mating Behavior and Chemical Signaling in Orchid BeesDr. Santiago Ramirez
04/25/2018
The Evolution of Mating Behavior and Chemical Signaling in Orchid Bees

Long term studies of wildlife in an urban national park:: lessons and opportunities Dr. Seth Riley
10/15/2014
Long term studies of wildlife in an urban national park:: lessons and opportunities

Why numbers are not enough: evaluating tiger survival through a genetic lensUma Rmakrishnan
01/20/2016
Why numbers are not enough: evaluating tiger survival through a genetic lens

Myco-fluidics: Mushroom Winds and Commuting on Fungal FreewaysDr. Marcus Roper
04/23/2014
Myco-fluidics: Mushroom Winds and Commuting on Fungal Freeways

Social Networks: Linking Form with Function in Animal SocietiesDr. Dan Rubenstein
04/16/2014
Social Networks: Linking Form with Function in Animal Societies

Can science driven conservation save the endangered golden lion tamarin?Dr. Carlos Ruiz Miranda
11/02/2016
Can science driven conservation save the endangered golden lion tamarin?

Implications of gene-environment interplay for the evolution of behavior: insights from Drosophila melanogasterDr. Julia Saltz
04/12/2018
Implications of gene-environment interplay for the evolution of behavior: insights from Drosophila melanogaster

Inferring the structure of archaic admixture in present-day humansDr. Sriram Sankaraman
10/12/2016
Inferring the structure of archaic admixture in present-day humans

Links among morphological, functional, performance and lineage diversity in batsSharlene Santana
02/05/2014
Links among morphological, functional, performance and lineage diversity in bats

Functional Constraints on the Evolution of Eye Morphology – A Deep Look Into the Eyes of Dinosaurs and Teleost Reef FishesDr. Lars Schmitz
01/29/2014
Functional Constraints on the Evolution of Eye Morphology – A Deep Look Into the Eyes of Dinosaurs and Teleost Reef Fishes

Importance of Preserving Environmental Gradients in a Changing WorldDr. Tom Smith
10/09/2019
Importance of Preserving Environmental Gradients in a Changing World

Dawn of the Dinosaurs: Drivers of Early Dinosaur Diversification and Biogeography in the Early MesozoicDr. Nathan Smith
04/27/2017
Dawn of the Dinosaurs: Drivers of Early Dinosaur Diversification and Biogeography in the Early Mesozoic

Evolutionary Ecology of Leadership & Spatial Network Connections in Mammalian SocietiesDr. Jenn Smith
04/12/2017
Evolutionary Ecology of Leadership & Spatial Network Connections in Mammalian Societies

A Universal PaceMaker as a Better Explanation of Evolution and AgingSagi Snir
10/05/2016
A Universal PaceMaker as a Better Explanation of Evolution and Aging

Landscape Genomics of Adaptive Variation in a California Keystone Tree Species, Quercus lobataDr. Victoria Sork
09/28/2011
Landscape Genomics of Adaptive Variation in a California Keystone Tree Species, Quercus lobata

The importance of maintaining vascular function to plants Dr. John Sperry
04/13/2011
The importance of maintaining vascular function to plants

Influence of the Natural Environment on Human Well-being - A Social Ecological ViewDr. Daniel Stokols
12/05/2018
Influence of the Natural Environment on Human Well-being – A Social Ecological View

From here to there: a journey from behavioral ecology to conservation biology in a zoo settingDr. Ron Swaisgood
10/20/2010
From here to there: a journey from behavioral ecology to conservation biology in a zoo setting

Evolution on contemporary time scales alters species interactionsCasey terHorst
10/29/2014
Evolution on contemporary time scales alters species interactions

Social environmental effects on the genome: lessons from baboons and rhesus macaquesJenny Tung
03/11/2015
Social environmental effects on the genome: lessons from baboons and rhesus macaques

Evolution in Carnivores: from Bones to Behavior to EcologyDr. Blaire Van Valkenburgh
10/03/2018
Evolution in Carnivores: from Bones to Behavior to Ecology

Linking Coral Reef Decline to Alterations in Reef Microbiology and VirologyDr. Rebecca Vega Thurber
05/10/2017
Linking Coral Reef Decline to Alterations in Reef Microbiology and Virology

Everyone in the world is my friend!Dr. Bridgett von Holdt
06/14/2017
Everyone in the world is my friend!

Detecting admixture at different timescales from large-scale genetic dataJeff Wall
12/02/2015
Detecting admixture at different timescales from large-scale genetic data

Environmentally cued hatching: development, information, and the adaptive behavior of embryosDr. Karen Warkentin
04/06/2016
Environmentally cued hatching: development, information, and the adaptive behavior of embryos

DNew frontiers in molecular ecology: Genomes, phenotypes and community ecologyr. Robert Wayne
10/31/2018
New frontiers in molecular ecology: Genomes, phenotypes and community ecology

Can Hybridization Speed Adaptation? Experimental Evolution in SunflowersDr. Ken Whitney
04/10/2019
Can Hybridization Speed Adaptation? Experimental Evolution in Sunflowers

Historical Biogeography of the Midriff Islands, Gulf of California, MexicoBen Wilder
05/27/2015
Historical Biogeography of the Midriff Islands, Gulf of California, Mexico

Racing to Extinction: How Physiological Tipping Points are Dictating the Vulnerability of Large Mammals to Anthropogenic DisturbanceDr. Terrie Williams
10/30/2013
Racing to Extinction: How Physiological Tipping Points are Dictating the Vulnerability of Large Mammals to Anthropogenic Disturbance

The Impacts and Drivers of Commercial Trade in ElephantsDr. George Wittemyer
02/19/2014
The Impacts and Drivers of Commercial Trade in Elephants

Predicting effects of Anthropocene defaunation on ecosystem and human healthDr. Hillary Young
05/25/2016
Predicting effects of Anthropocene defaunation on ecosystem and human health

Chemical Communication and NavigationDr. Richard Zimmer
11/03/2009
Chemical Communication and Navigation

DARWIN SERIES

Darwin Series

The Sound of Fear Dr. Dan Blumstein
02/02/2010
The Sound of Fear

The Evolution of Human Skin PigmentationDr. Nina Jablonski
05/20/2009
The Evolution of Human Skin Pigmentation

Environmental influences on the evolution of communication systemsDr. Peter Narins
11/02/2010
Environmental influences on the evolution of communication systems

Coral Reefs & Climate ChangeDr. Stephen Palumbi
02/03/2011
Coral Reefs & Climate Change

 Finding Your Inner FishDr. Neil Shubin
04/22/2009
Finding Your Inner Fish

What are friends for? The adaptive value of social bondsDr. Joan Silk
11/10/2011
What are friends for? The adaptive value of social bonds

Evolution and Adaptation in AfricaDr. Sarah Tishkoff
05/06/2009
Evolution and Adaptation in Africa

The Natural History of Saber Toothed CatsDr. Blaire Van Valkenburgh
11/18/2009
The Natural History of Saber Toothed Cats

 Evolutionary History of the Domestic DogDr. Robert Wayne
05/12/2010
Evolutionary History of the Domestic Dog

Evolution for EveryoneDr. David Sloan Wilson Ph.D
02/18/2009
Evolution for Everyone

COMMENCEMENT SPEAKERS

2008 EEB commencement speechSteve McCormick
06/15/2008
2008 EEB commencement speech

2006 EEB undergraduate commencement speechDr. Cecil B Pickett
06/11/2006
2006 EEB undergraduate commencement speech

2007 EEB commencement speechDr. Phil Rundel
06/17/2007
2007 EEB commencement speech

2014 EEB commencement speechDr. Cara Santa Maria
06/15/2014
2014 EEB commencement speech

2011 EEB commencement speechDr. Gary Small
06/12/2011
2011 EEB commencement speech

2012 EEB commencement speechDr. Sadiqa Stelzner
06/17/2012
2012 EEB commencement speech

OTHER TALKS

EEB Research Symposium 2013:Hotspots Cetacean Species Richness Patterns in the Oceanic Eastern Tropical PacificLisa T. Ballance
05/15/2013
EEB Research Symposium 2013:Hotspots Cetacean Species Richness Patterns in the Oceanic Eastern Tropical Pacific

2015 SACNAS Distinguished Student Mentor AwardDr Paul Barber
10/18/2015
2015 SACNAS Distinguished Student Mentor Award

Dolphin ConfidentialDr. Maddalena Bearzi
05/15/2014
Dolphin Confidential

The Sound of Fear: Dan Blumstein at TEDxUCLA Dr. Dan Blumstein
10/27/2012
The Sound of Fear: Dan Blumstein at TEDxUCLA

Excerpts from the White House Summit on Environmental Education Dr. Dan Blumstein
05/01/2012
Excerpts from the White House Summit on Environmental Education

Wilderness Workshop and ACES present: Naturalist Nights - 'Marmots: The Sound of Fear' with Dan Blumstein PhDDr. Dan Blumstein
03/17/2011
Wilderness Workshop and ACES present: Naturalist Nights – ‘Marmots: The Sound of Fear’ with Dan Blumstein PhD

Antipredator behavior of Kangaroos and Wallabies:integrating behavior and conservation Dr. Dan Blumstein
03/06/2008
Antipredator behavior of Kangaroos and Wallabies:integrating behavior and conservation

Conservation Behavior Lessons from Marmots Dr. Dan Blumstein
03/05/2008
Conservation Behavior Lessons from Marmots

The Sound of Fear: Implications of alarm calling and predator detection for conservation biology and national securityDr. Dan Blumstein
03/05/2009
The Sound of Fear: Implications of alarm calling and predator detection for conservation biology and national security

Stephen Hubbell on species extinction estimatesDr. Stephen Hubbell
05/20/2011
Stephen Hubbell on species extinction estimates

Adventures of an Expeditionary Biologist: A Physio-ethological Approach to Sensors and SensingDr. Peter Narins
12/03/2008
Adventures of an Expeditionary Biologist: A Physio-ethological Approach to Sensors and Sensing

Insect Societies: Pinnacles of Cooperation; or Peaks of Runaway Niceness!Dr. Peter Nonacs
01/06/2011
Insect Societies: Pinnacles of Cooperation; or Peaks of Runaway Niceness!

Kickstarter campaignBrenton Spies
09/09/2014
Kickstarter campaign

The adaptive value of behaviour, morphology and life history in reproductive female wolvesDan Stahler et al.
10/08/2012
The adaptive value of behaviour, morphology and life history in reproductive female wolves

Ontogeny of a Scientist AdvocateTina Swanson
05/13/2015
Ontogeny of a Scientist Advocate

The theory of signal selection and its implications to theories of indirect selection and altruism Amotz Zahavi
04/26/2010
The theory of signal selection and its implications to theories of indirect selection and altruism