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Margo Pace M.S. Thesis Defense

April 3, 2020

The Department would like to congratulate Margo on her successful defense of her thesis! Job well done!! Margo Pace Masters Candidate in Dr. Rebecca Hufft’s lab CU Denver Department of Integrative Biology/Denver Botanic Gardens. "Beaver Dam Analogs Impact Riparian Plant Communities". Margo is investigating whether man-made in-stream structures have the...

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Tyler Michels M.S. Thesis Defense

April 2, 2020

The Department would like to congratulate Tyler on his successful defense of his Masters Thesis. Job well done! Tyler Michels Masters Candidate in Dr. Michael Wunder's Lab CU Denver Dept. of Integrative Biology The mountain plover ( Charadrius montanus ) is a migratory shorebird that breeds in rangelands of the...

Lamya'a Dawud Ph.D. Thesis Defense

March 30, 2020

The Department is happy to announce... Lamya'a successfully defended her thesis on March 30, 2020, Congratulations Dr. Dawud! Lamya'a Dawud Thesis Defense - March 30, 2020 From Virginia Ware - PhD candidate Lamya’a Dawud’s defense is taking place via zoom on Monday, March 30 th at 1 pm. I’ve provided...

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2020 Spring Seminar Series - Dr. Christina Alba

March 27, 2020

Who: Dr. Christina Alba * Title: " Quantifying plant diversity along an urban greenway: A unique approach combining botanical collections with ecological transects" * When: Friday, April 3, 2020 * Where: See Zoom access info below * "Quantifying plant diversity along an urban greenway: A unique approach combining botanical collections...

2020 Spring Seminar Series - March 27, 2020

March 20, 2020

2020 Spring Seminar Series The 2020 Spring Seminar Series will continue after Spring Break, March 23 rd to March 29 th . All future seminars will be presented via ZOOM on their scheduled dates and times. Links for Zoom will be provided for each seminar. Our next seminar speaker will...

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Diana Tomback interviewed in The Daily Sentinel

March 13, 2020

Moffat County wolves open up a new pack of issues. “It’s built into their social system to avoid mating with relatives, so they would not form a mated pair,” University of Colorado-Denver Professor Diana Tomback said of the sibling wolves. “The perpetuation of this pack is going to depend on...

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2020 Spring Seminar Series - Dr. Randi Corrine Lupardus

March 13, 2020

Who: Dr. Randi Corrine Lupardus Title: " Fruitful or futile: Legacy effects of oil and gas well pad reclamation ", When: Friday, March 20th, 2020, Where: Via ZOOM, At Noon Fruitful or futile: Legacy effects of oil and gas well pad reclamation Dr. Randi Corrine Lupardus Recent Joint Post-Doctoral Fellow...

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2020 Spring Graduate Student Seminar - Dr. Chris Kotalik

March 9, 2020

Event Information Who: Dr. Chris Kotalik, Title: "Applying mesocosm and field research of acid mine drainage effects on stream communities to inform current USEPA aquatic life criteria", When: Tuesday, March 17, 2020 at 12:20p. Where: SI 1086 Dr. Chris Kotalik Postdoctoral Researcher Colorado State University. Mineral extraction in the western...

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2020 Spring Seminar Series - Dr. Jonathan (Josh) Sharp

March 6, 2020

Who: Dr. Jonathan (Josh) Sharp, Title: "Water and climate:bark beetles impact water quality and ecosystem function", When: Friday, March 13, 2020, Where: SI 2001, At Noon. Dr. Jonathan O. (Josh) Sharp Director, Hydrologic Science and Engineering Program Associate Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering Colorado School of Mines Bark beetle induced...

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Cafe Scientifique 1, March 11, 2020

March 6, 2020

Denver Café Scientifique 1 at Blake St. Tavern! Place, date, time: Blake Street Tavern on Wednesday 11 March 2020 at 6:30 p Our speaker: Mike Nelson, Fellow of the American Meteorological Society, Channel 7 weatherman The Topic: Colorado's Crazy Climate: the Whats, Whys and Hows! The TV meteorologist is as...

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