Seminars

The Bears of the World - Are some species headed for extinction? - Dr. Dave Garshelis

Thursday, April 24, 2014 - 3:15pm
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Natural Resource Ecology and Management GSO Seminar Series hosted Dr. Dave Garshelis who presented at the spring 2015 seminar series. 

“The bears of the world — Are some species headed for extinction?” Read more about The Bears of the World - Are some species headed for extinction? - Dr. Dave Garshelis

Urban Ecosystems: Residential Yards and Homeowner Decisions - Social Drivers of Plant Biodiversity and Nutrient Fluxes - Kristen C. Nelson

Friday, September 19, 2014 - 3:15pm
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Natural Resource Ecology and Management GSO Seminar Series hosted Dr. Kristien C. Nelson, Department of Forest Resources and Fisheries, University of Minnesota who presented at the Fall 2014 NREM Seminar Series. Read more about Urban Ecosystems: Residential Yards and Homeowner Decisions - Social Drivers of Plant Biodiversity and Nutrient Fluxes - Kristen C. Nelson

Modeling Transmission Dynamics of Chronic Wasting Disease in Wisconsin White-tailed Deer - Chris Jannelle

Friday, October 24, 2014 - 3:15pm
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Natural Resource Ecology and Management GSO Seminar Series hosted Dr. Chris Jennelle, Iowa Department of Natural Resources who presented at the Fall 2014 NREM GSO Seminar Series. Read more about Modeling Transmission Dynamics of Chronic Wasting Disease in Wisconsin White-tailed Deer - Chris Jannelle

Things I wish my Mother had told me (about Statistics, that is) - Dr. Philip Dixon

Friday, November 14, 2014 - 3:15pm
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210 Bessey Hall, ISU
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Natural Resource Ecology and Management GSO Seminar Series hosted Dr. Philip Dixon, Dept of Statistics Iowa State University, who presented at the Fall 2014 seminar series. Read more about Things I wish my Mother had told me (about Statistics, that is) - Dr. Philip Dixon

DSM Conservation in the Deep Sea: Saving a Living Fossil, the Chambered Nautilus

Friday, March 27, 2015 - 10:10am
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Gregory Barord from Central Campus High School in Des Moines will be presenting information about his doctoral research regarding the conservation of the chambered nautilus. This event is part of the NREM Seminar Series.

Seminar will be located in Lagomarcino W142. Read more about DSM Conservation in the Deep Sea: Saving a Living Fossil, the Chambered Nautilus

GSO Seminar - Trends in White-tailed Deer Survival

Friday, September 11, 2015 - 3:15pm to 4:00pm
Location: 
210 Bessey Hall
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The NREM GSO Seminar Committee would like to invite you to attend their Spetember 11th Seminar.

Trends in White-tailed Deer Survival

Andrew Norton,

Iowa Department of Natural Resources

 

Wednesday September 11, 2015

3:15PM-4:00PM

210 Bessey Hall

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