Dr. Mike Wilkins

Deep Shales as Windows into Cryptic Carbon Cycling in the Terrestrial Subsurface - Oct. 4, 2019

Oct. 3, 2019

Event Information Who: Dr. Mike Wilkins What: 2019 Fall Seminar Series When: Monday, Oct. 4th, at Noon Where: SI 1086 Dr. Mike Wilkins Assistant Professor Department of Soil and Crop Sciences Colorado State University Hydraulic fracturing of deep shale formations for hydrocarbon recovery results into the generation of new microbial...

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Wildlife on the Edge: Mammal Conservation in an Urbanizing World

Oct. 3, 2019

Event Information Who: Dr. Kevin Crooks What: 2019 Fall Seminar Series When: Monday, Sept. 27th, at Noon Where: NC 3202 Dr. Kevin Crooks Professor Department of Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology Colorado State University The vast reach of humans and the resulting degradation of nature are of major concern to...

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Running on empty: recharge dynamics from animal movement data

Sept. 13, 2019

Event Information Who: Dr. Dr. Mevin Hooten What: 2019 Fall Seminar Series When: Friday, Sept. 20, 2019 at 12:00 PM Where: NC 3202 Dr. Mevin Hooten Professor Dept of Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Biology and Statistics Colorado State University Vital rates such as survival and recruitment have always been important...

Dr. Catherine Lozupone

Influence of dietary fat and fiber on resilience of the intestinal microbiome to antibiotics and susceptibility to Clostridoides difficile infection

Sept. 6, 2019

Event Information Who: Dr. Dr. Catherine Lozupone What: 2019 Fall Seminar Series When: Friday, Sept. 13, 2019 at 12:00 PM Where: NC 3202 Dr. Catherine Lozupone Associate Professor Dept. of Immunology & Microbiology CU Denver – Anschutz Medical Campus Clostridoides difficile infection is the leading cause of hospital-acquired diarrhea and...

Aedes Aegypt Mosquito

Using the yellow fever mosquito (Aedes aegypti) as a model for examining fitness trade-offs in the evolution of insecticide resistance

Aug. 28, 2019

Event Information Who: Dr. Emilie M. Gray What: 2019 Fall Seminar Series When: Friday, Sept. 6, 2019 at 12:00 PM Where: NC 3202 Dr. Emilie M. Gray Associate Professor Organismal Biology & Ecology Colorado College Aedes aegypti is a pantropical mosquito species as well as the principal vector of dengue,...

Linking Long-Term Disturbance Frequency to Terrestrial Carbon Distribution in Southeast Alaska: An Introduction and Preliminary Methods

Kyle Turchick MS Student, Integrative Biology, University of Colorado Denver 11:00 a.m. Tuesday April 16, 2019 Science Building, Room 1086 Linking Long-Term Disturbance Frequency to Terrestrial Carbon Distribution in Southeast Alaska: An Introduction and Preliminary Methods Predicting the trajectory of the carbon (C) cycle requires an understanding of the ecological...

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Methods to Improve the use of Common Controls in Sequencing Studies

Event Information Who: Dr. Audrey Hendricks What: 2019 Spring Seminar Series When: Friday, May 3rd at 12:00 PM Where: SI 2001 Dr. Audrey Hendricks Assistant Professor Mathematical and Statistical Sciences Colorado School of Public Health "Methods to Improve the use of Common Controls in Sequencing Studies" Uncovering the functional mechanism...

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"Modeling invasive species at different scale to inform management activities"

Event Information Who : Dr. Catherine Jarnevich What : 2019 Spring Seminar Series When : Friday, April 19th at 12:00 PM Where : SI 2001 Information about invasive species at different scales, geographic and temporal, is needed to inform management prioritization. We can use species distribution models and simulation models...

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