Distinguished Ecologist Lecture Series
We welcome distinguished ecologists each fall to the Distinguished Ecologist Lecture Series (DELS). The Series is co-sponsored by the Ecosystem Science Center and the School of Forest Resources and Environmental Science.
Graduate students enrolled in FW5000 receive one credit for attending the series and can take the course as many times as they like. They have the opportunity to meet the guest ecologists in pre- and post-lecture meetings to review their research and discuss its impact on the field of ecology. For more information, please contact Research Assistant Professor Amber Roth.
The Fall 2014 schedule of distinguished ecologists is as follows:
Novel ecosystems: humans accelerate a 200-year-old process
Thursday, Sept 25 at 12:30pm in Forestry G002. Dr. Lugo will be visiting September 24-26.
Dr. Ariel Lugo
Ecologist, Director of the International Institute of Tropical Forestry
US Forest Service, Puerto Rico
Interactions between forest management and water quality in boreal landscapes
Thursday, Oct 2 at 12:30pm in Forestry G002. Dr. Finér will be visiting October 1-3.
Integrating science and management to advance giant tortoise conservation in Galapagos, Ecuador
Thursday, Nov 20 at 12:30pm in Forestry G002.
Saving Russia's last snow leopards
Fri, Nov 21 at 3:00pm in Forestry G002 Dr. Gibbs will be visiting November 19-21.
Dr. James Gibbs
Professor of Vertebrate Conservation Biology and Associate Chair, Department of Environmental and Forest Biology
Director of Roosevelt Wild Life Station
State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry
Please see past years' information at:
Past visiting ecologists