colloquium schedule

2008 -2009 Colloquium Series:

4/1/09: Field trip to Tifft Nature Preserve led by staff ecologist David Spiering

3/27/09: Trainee business meeting

3/20/09: Lynda Schneekloth, Professor Emeritus of UB Architecture and Planning, presented “Niagara as told by Grain and Power”, an economic and environmental history of the Buffalo waterfront.

2/20/09: Margaret Wooster, Habitat Coordinator of Buffalo Niagara Riverkeeper and author of “Living Waters : Reading the Rivers of the Lower Great Lakes” presented “A summary of the Buffalo and Niagara River 2008 Habitat Assessment”

11/21/08: Kelly Frothingham from the Geography and Planning Department, Buffalo State College presented a talk on stream restoration.

11/14/08 (212 Capen Hall): Nancy Schiller and Ben Wagner from the University at Buffalo Engineering Libraries presented a workshop on the usage on Endnotes.

11/7/08: Marty Doster of the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation presented a talk titled "Urban habitat restoration."

10/31/08: Ken Drouillard from the Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research, University of Windsor presented a talk titled "Chemical tracers of animal bioenergetics in aquatic systems."

10/24/08: Helen Domske from the New York Sea Grant. The talk was titled "Ecology and invasives of the Great Lakes."

9/19/08: Kelli Henessey from the University at Buffalo Human Resources presented a workshop on time management.

9/26/08: Dr. Stewart Diemont from the Department of Environmental Resources and Forrest Engineering, SUNY-ESF. The talk was titled "Traditional knowledge and ecological engineering design: Lessons learned working with the Maya of southern Mexico, Guatemala, and Belize" (abstract).

9/12/08: Dr. Greg Nagle from the Department of Natural Resources, Cornell University. The talk was titled "Evaluating 'natural channel design' stream projects."


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