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Jonathan Pauli

I am a terrestrial vertebrate ecologist with a strong interest in the response of mammal populations and communities to human disturbance, particularly as it relates to developing effective conservation strategies. I work in diverse ecosystems and employ a variety of techniques from traditional ones like live-capture, radiotelemetry and observation to more advanced ones involving molecular markers, stable isotopes and mathematical modeling.

Genetics Colloquium: John Wakeley

The effects of pedigrees on the coalescent in structured populations
John Wakeley, Harvard University

Location: 
Auditorium 1111, Genetics/Biotech
Date1: 
25 Sep 2013 - 3:30pm

Biology Colloquium: Robert Last

Hair's the thing -- Diversity and evolution of metabolism in trichomes of tomatoes
Robert Last, Michigan State University

Location: 
Auditorium 1111, Genetics/Biotech
Date1: 
19 Sep 2013 - 3:30pm

Evolution seminar: Melissa Gray

The house mice of Gough Island: Insights into their demographic history and evolution of body size
Melissa Gray, Genetics, UW-Madison

Location: 
1360 Genetics/Biotech
Date1: 
12 Dec 2013 - 12:00pm

Evolution seminar: Julie Allen

Partners in time: Evolution and ecology of coevolving organisms
Julie Allen, Illinois Natural History Survey, University of Illinois

Location: 
1360 Genetics/Biotech
Date1: 
5 Dec 2013 - 12:00pm

Evolution seminar: Carlos Arbizu

Multiple nuclear ortholog next-generation sequencing phylogeny of the genus Daucus
Carlos Arbizu, USDA & UW-Madison

Location: 
1360 Genetics/Biotech
Date1: 
21 Nov 2013 - 12:00pm

Evolution seminar: Amir Yassin

Evolution in the family Drosophilidae; Systematics, phylogeny and ontology
Amir Yassin, Genetics, UW-Madison

Location: 
1360 Genetics/Biotech
Date1: 
14 Nov 2013 - 12:00pm

Evolution seminar: Jacob Weiner

Evolutionary Agroecology --- Applying evolutionary theory to plant production
Jacob Weiner, Plant and Environmental Sciences, University of Copenhagen

Location: 
1360 Genetics/Biotech
Date1: 
7 Nov 2013 - 12:00pm

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