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November 2017

Ecology and Conservation of Ungulate Migration Amid Changing Landscapes

November 20 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
204 Nutting Hall Orono, ME United States + Google Map

Dr. Matthew Kauffman University of Wyoming - Wyoming Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Unit Leader

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Host-parasite interactions and disease transmission at the wildlife-livestock interface

November 20 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
203 Hitchner Hall Orono, ME 04469 United States + Google Map

Pauline L. Kamath, PhD Assistant Professor of Animal Health School of Food and Agriculture University of Maine

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December 2017

Wow, I didn’t know remote sensing could do that!

December 6 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
204 Nutting Hall Orono, ME United States + Google Map

The Barbara Wheatland Seminar Series presents Nicholas Coops | Associate Dean, Research and Innovation & Canada Research Chair in Remote Sensing | University of British Columbia The Barbara Wheatland Seminar Series seeks to recruit prominent speakers on advanced, cutting edge research and applications of remote sensing and associated geospatial technology that relate to forestry, conservation, climate change, or other areas of concern. Made possible with generous support from the Maine Timberlands Charitable Trust. If you are a person with a…

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The Gill-Oxygen Limitation Theory: Origin, Scope and Utility in Understanding Global Warming Impacts on Fish

December 7 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
107 Norman Smith Hall orono, ME United States + Google Map

Remote access available, please inquire. The Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Conservation Biology, School of Marine Sciences, Mitchell Sustainability Center, and the American Fisheries Society Student Subunit present Internationally-Renowned Fisheries Ecologist Dr. Daniel Pauly University of British Columbia Professor, Principal Investigator: Sea Around Us Project There is need for a broad guiding theory based on first principles to interpret the many ways that fishes (and invertebrates) are affected by increasing temperatures and the deoxygenation of the oceans. Gill-Oxygen Limitation Theory…

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