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School of Natural Resources and Environment

School of Natural Resources and Environment

SNRE IE Seminar

All seminars are on Mondays from 1:55-2:45 p.m. live via Zoom for Spring 2021 for SNRE students and faculty.

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 snre21.

Classes begin on January 11. Holiday: January 18. Classes end: April 21

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

Presenter/Presentation Title

January 11, 2021

SNRE Orientation

January 18, 2021

No Seminar - MLK Jr Day Holiday

January 25, 2021

Dr. Elizabeth White Rose

Movement Ecology of Urban and Rural Florida's Burrowing Owls

February 1, 2021

Dr. Jim Jawitz

Spatial ecology in fractal hydrologic landscapes

February 8, 2021

Benjamin Stelling

Phytoplankton Dynamics Off The Coast of Cape Canaveral, Florida

February 15, 2021

Dr. Alison Adams

Exploring Ideas in Environmental Sociology, Justice, and Activism

February 22, 2021

Dr. Nia Morales

Using social science to encourage inclusive conservation

March 1, 2021

Natalie Claunch

The World is Not Enough: Physiological Legacies of Reptile Invasions

March 8, 2021

Dr. Mysha Clarke

Title TBA

March 15, 2021

Angelica V. Garcia

Factors affecting spatial distribution, cultural perceptions and sustainability of palm management in Madre de Dios, Peru

March 22, 2021


March 29, 2021

Ed Basham

The Seasonality of Frog Toxicity

April 5, 2021

Gretchen Stokes

Developing a Global Assessment of Inland Fisheries

April 12, 2021

May Lehmensiek

Occupation Displacement of Commercial Fishers - Case Studies from Florida and Brazil

April 19, 2021

Julie Walker

Effects of Climate Change on Mangrove Ecosystems and Implications for their Future Management

Past Seminar Recordings