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ECS GREEN BAG LUNCH SEMINAR SERIES- Spring 2009

DATE

SPEAKER

TOPIC / TITLE

 

 

January 21

Meadow Lark                                                   

ECS Graduate

Student Association Meeting                   

January 28

Hidatsa

Dr. Eakalak Khan

Civil Engineering

"An Open Forum for ECS Faculty on a Double M.S. Degree Program with a Consortium University in Thailand"

January 29

Hidatsa

Samuel B. Mukasa, University of Michigan

"Antarctica's Secrets in Three Acts: Early Earth, Gondwana, and Recent Climate Change"

February 4

Meadow Lark

Sally L. Benjamin

USGS Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center

"SAFE - A Flexible Approach to Private Lands Wildlife Conservation"

February 11

Hidatsa

Akiko Nakamura

Geosciences

"Geo-Spatial Reprioritization of Potential North Dakota Forest Stewardship Areas Using Survey Statistics"

February 18

Hidatsa

Dr. Malcolm Butler

Biological Sciences

"Arctic climate change and insect phenologies: Potential implications for tundra-nesting birds"

February 25

Prairie Rose

Dr. Xuefeng (Michael) Chu

Civil Engineering

"Metal-Sediment Transport Modeling in a Stream-Wetland System"

March 4

Prairie

Dr. Craig Stockwell

Biological sciences

"Contemporary evolution and conservation biology"

March 9

 

Dr. Sheri Fritz
Department of Geosciences and School of Biological Sciences
University of Nebraska Lincoln

"The Biological Consequences of Climate Change in the Tropical Andes"

March 11

Hidatsa

Dr. Dennis Jacobs

Corrick Center for General Education, MSUM

Host: Jessie Rock, Geosciences

"Building and Living Sustainably in Northern Minnesota: A story about designing, building and living green"

March 25

Hidatsa

Canceled due to flood

April 1

Hidatsa

Canceled due to flood

April 8

HIdatsa

Vijaya Jyoti

Geosciences

"Comparative Geochemical Signatures ofCadmium rich soils in Pembina Escarpment, North Dakota"

April 15

Hidatsa

Kate Overmoe

Agriculture and Biosystems Engineering

"Effectiveness of aeration system on increasing dissolved oxygen level at Heinrich-Martin Dam in North Dakota"

April 16

Hidatsa

10.30-11.30am

Dr. Brian Wee

 

NEON, Chief of External Affairs

"NEON:  Factoring large-scale processes into the national dialog"

April 17

Ehly 204

Rabiya Y Shabnam

Civil Engineering

"Iron Nanoparticle-Microorganism Interactions: Compatibility Studies"

April 22

Meadow Lark

Clayton Daughenbaugh

Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance/ Sierra Club

"An American Icon: Utah's Red Rock Canyonlands"

April 29

Loftsgard 114

7.00-8.00pm

Dr. Tyrone Hayes

Department of Integrative Biology

University of California Berkeley

"From silent spring to silent night: A tale of toads and men"

May 6

Hidatsa                

Jessie Rock

Geosciences

"Fossil Coleoptera assemblages from the Low Water Moorhead Phase of Lake Agassiz"


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