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School of Natural Resources and Environment

School of Natural Resources and Environment

SNRE Seminar

All seminars are on Mondays from 1:55-2:45 p.m. You may view them live via Zoom for Spring 2021.

If you are not on our SNRE grad listserv but would like to watch a seminar, click on the seminar presenter's name below to watch via Zoom. The passcode is SNRE22.

Classes begin on January 5. Holidays/Breaks: January 17, March 7-11. Classes end on April 20.

*Seminar schedule is subject to change. If you have any questions, please call us at 352-392-9230.

Date
Presenter/Presentation Title

January 10, 2022

SNRE Orientation (only for new spring 2022 IE admits)

January 17, 2022

No Seminar - MLK Jr Holiday

January 24, 2022

Dr. Alison Adams

Seminar Expectations

January 31, 2022

Carolina De Oliveira Jordao

Saving the Rainforest? Challenges of Bein and Acting as NGOs in the Amazon

February 7, 2022

Dr. Taylor Stein

Not All Hikers are the Same: Assessing Visitation on a Long-Distance Trail

February 14, 2022

Dr. Jason Smith

Consequences of Novel Encounters with Forest Fungi

February 21, 2022

Dr. Raelene Crandall

Tales of Plants that Thrive Where Fire and Water Collide

February 28, 2022

Renata Diaz

Of rodents and randomness: macroecological approaches to community structure

March 7, 2022

No Seminar - Spring Break

March 14, 2022

Elizabeth Webb

Land- Climate Feedbacks in the Arctic-Boreal Zone

March 21, 2022

Pamela Montero Alvarez

Conservation strategies in the contemporary amazon: community-based tourism, networks, and actions among conservation organizations

March 28, 2022

Robert Botta

Enhancing the usage of regional economic analyses within resource management: Case studies of Florida aquatic resources

April 11, 2022

Pablo Moreno Garcia

Variation in plant-pollinator and host-parasite networks along spatial and temporal gradients

April 18, 2022

Sergio Padilla Paz

Human Dimensions of Morelet's Crocodile in Campeche, Mexico 

Past Seminar Recordings