Summer Seminars

2022 Tuesday Hybrid Seminars at 7:30 pm

The public is invited to attend by zoom. RSVP to events@rmbl.org by Monday at 5 pm.

DatePresenterInstitutionTitleRecording (if available)
June 14, 2022Josh Grinath

Lydia Wong

Scott Thomas

Xochitl Ortiz Ross
Idaho State

Ottawa University

Murray State

UCLA
Ants

Bees

Salamanders

Marmots
June 14, 2022 Seminar
June 21, 2022Jared BalikNCSUFrom animals to ecosystem processes: predicting functional outcomes of climate-driven changes in animal communities through species traits
June 28, 2022Betsy von HolleNational Science FoundationLandscape-scale restoration to mitigate and adapt to climate change
July 5, 2022Meghan Duffey (DDL)University of MichiganThe impact of food webs on host-parasite dynamics: insights from Daphnia-parasite interactions
July 12, 2022Spencer Barrett (DDL)University of TorontoEcology and genetics of evolutionary transitions in plant sexual systems
July 19, 2022Fernanda ValdovinosUniversity of California DavisHow do ecological networks respond to environmental changes?
July 26, 2022Diego VasquezArgentine Institute for Dryland Research, CONICET; and National University of CuyoEcological interaction networks: what we know, what we don’t, and why it
matters
August 2, 2022Micah RusselWestern Colorado UniversityTowards climate resilience: interdisciplinary collaborations to understand and restore Colorado River headwaters
August 9, 2022Ben GoldfarbAuthor/JournalistDam it: partnering with beavers to achieve restoration goals

Past Seminars 2021

7/19/2021 – Dr. Phil Higuera – recorded talk

Rocky Mountain Subalpine Forests Now Burning More Than Any Time in Past Millennia