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Spring 2020 Fish and Wildlife Seminar Series

Some of these links are temporarily broken, if you need to reference a particular seminar please contact us.

January 24 – Kim Sager-Fradkin – Wildlife Program Manager, Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe Natural Resources, Port Angeles, WA. "From American dippers to cougars and from dam removal to subsistence harvest – the diverse wildlife program of the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe.
(This presentation is currently unavailable.)

January 31 – Howard Quigley – Executive Director of Conservation Science and Director of the Jaguar Program at Panthera, Palouse, WA. “The making of a range-wide conservation program for an apex carnivore: jaguars as a global example."
(This presentation is currently unavailable.)

March 6 – Lisa Crozier – Research Scientist, Northwest Fisheries Science Center, NOAA Fisheries, Seattle, WA. “Impacts of climate change on Pacific salmon.”

March 27 (CANCELLED) – Phaedra Budy – Unit Leader of the U.S. Geological Society, Utah Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Unit. “Understanding the direct and indirect effects of climate change and disturbance on arctic lake ecosystems.”

April 3 (CANCELLED) – Nalini Nadkarni – Professor, Department of Biology, University of Utah. “Tapestry thinking: Weaving academic knowledge with public engagement to promote forest conservation.

April 24 (CANCELLED) Dan MacNulty – Department of Wildland Resources, Utah State University. “Deciphering the trophic effects of large carnivores in wildland food webs.”

May 1 (CANCELLED) Liba Pejchar (Goldstein)– Associate Professor, Department of Fish, Wildlife & Conservation Biology, Colorado State University. “Rare birds and seed dispersal: loss and recovery in the pacific islands.”

Past Seminar Series

January 18 - Hannah Vander Zanden - Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, University of Florida. "Decoding animal migration and ecology from stable isotope records"
(This presentation is currently unavailable.)

February 8 - Daniel Schindler - Professor, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, University of Washington. “From brown water to brown bears: how geomorphic features affect the ecological functioning of landscapes”
(This presentation is currently unavailable.)

March 22 - Kathryn Cottingham - Professor in Biological Sciences, Dartmouth College. "Cyanobacterial blooms in low nutrient lakes: things we’re learning from blooms happening in unexpected places"

April 5 - Ed Bowles - Director of Fish Division, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. "Opportunities, tensions and sweet spots: pathways to resolve entrenched natural resource conflicts"
(This presentation is currently unavailable.)

April 12 - David Mattson - Alumnus of the University of Idaho and retired research scientist with the U.S. Geological Survey."Reconceiving Recovery for Grizzly Bears",
Hosted by the Student Chapter of the Wildlife Society

April 19 - Andrew Rypel - Associate Professor, Fisheries Ecologist, Peter B. Moyle and California Trout Chair in Coldwater Fish Ecology, University of California. "California on the edge: using conservation science to forge a future for native fishes"
(This presentation is currently unavailable.)

April 26 - Patricia Kennedy - Professor Emeritus, Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Oregon State University. "Novel Ecosystems: Conservation Tool or Cop-out?"

September 14th - Stephen Blake - Saint Louis University, Department of Biology, "Why would a 600 pound Galapagos tortoise haul itself up and down a volcano every year?"
(This presentation is currently unavailable.)

October 5th - Tom Newsome - The University of Sydney, School of Life and Environmental Sciences. "Good or evil: What role for the dingo in Australia?"
(This presentation is currently unavailable.)

October 12th - Zach Penney - Columbia River Intertribal Fish Commission,“Are we asking too much of Columbia Basin salmon?”
(This presentation is currently unavailable.)

October 26th - Jodi Hilty - President Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative, “Yellowstone to Yukon: making the case for large landscape conservation”
(This presentation is currently unavailable.)

November 2nd - Merav Ben-David - University of Wyoming, “Who pushed the button? Sea ice declines and the energy balance of polar bears in the Southern Beaufort Sea”
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November 9th - Clint Muhlfeld - University of Montana and USGS NRMSC, “Trout in hot water: understanding climate change impacts on aquatic ecosystems in the Northern Rockies”
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November 30th - Lisa Eby Professor of Aquatic Ecology, University of Montana, "Winners and Losers in Rocky Mountain Streams: Revisiting Sites to Elucidate Impacts of Climate Change"
(This presentation is currently unavailable.)

February 9th – Scott Mills – Associate Vice President of Research for Global Change and Sustainability, Wildlife Professor University of Montana. “Seasonal camouflage hides animals while revealing possibilities for adapting to climate change”
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February 16th – Cory Williams – Assistant Professor of Biology, Institute of Arctic Biology, Alaska. “Keeping time in the land of the midnight sun: daily and seasonal rhythms of arctic ground squirrels”
(This presentation is currently unavailable.)

March 30th – Diane Evans Mack – Biologist, Idaho Department of Fish & Game. “Western States Wolverine Conservation Project: establishing a baseline of occupancy and genetics for the U.S. metapopulation”
(This presentation is currently unavailable.)

April 6th – John Marzluff – Professor of Wildlife Science, University of Washington. “Welcome to Subirdia”
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April 20th – Susan Lingle – Associate Professor, Department of Biology, University of Winnipeg. “When deer fight back: Predator-prey interactions as a window into behavior, ecology and animal minds”
(This presentation is currently unavailable.)

April 27th - Jonathan Armstrong – Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Oregon State University. “How fish and wildlife exploit shifting mosaics of habitat: examples from Alaska to Oregon”
(This presentation is currently unavailable.)

May 4th – Lonnie Gonsalves – Research Ecologist NOAA Maryland. “Making Waves in Ocean and Aquatic Sciences: Lessons Learned from my Early Career Days”
(This presentation is currently unavailable.)

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975 W. 6th Street
Moscow, Idaho

Mailing Address:
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Moscow, ID 83844-1136

Phone: 208-885-6434

Fax: 208-885-5534


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