Appalachian Laboratory

Visiting Scholar Seminar Series

Current Schedule: Spring 2019

Andrew Heyes (UMCES-CBL) "Ecosystem level controls on mercury methylation: the Carbon-Sulfur-Mercury Triad." Host: Mark Castro 
Louis Plough (UMCES-HPL) "Shells, fins, and water: harnessing genomics to investigate the ecology and evolution of marine animals." Host: Paul Gugger
Pabodha Galgamuwa (The Nature Conservancy)- "Prescribed fire for oak woodland restoration in Kansas and resilient connected landscape science for conservation in the central Appalachians"  Host: Andrew Elmore and Dave Nelson 
Mike Runge (USGS) "Exploring management options in the Grand Canyon with formal decision analysis: grappling with tradeoffs and uncertainty." Host: Dan Filer
William Nardin (UMCES-HPL) "Multiple approaches to study the impact of Ecosystem-based coastal protection." Host: Katia Engelhardt
Kenny Rose (UMCES-HPL) "Linking watershed management to estuarine fish dynamics using coupled biophysical models." Host: Bob Hilderbrand 
John Sauer (USGS)-  "What do we know about bird population change in North America?" Host: Dan Filer 
Petra Wood (WVU) "Forest management for cerulean warblers and associated avian species." Host: Claire Nemes
Peter Marra "Studying birds in the context of the annual cycle: carry-over effects and seasonal interactions." Host: Rhonda Schwinabart  
May 9 at 12pm 
Kane Samuel (Frostburg State University senior and AL Intern), "Mercury concentrations in our food supply: the untold story" (a poster presentation and talk)  Host Mark Castro (Internship Advisor) 

Past Seminars

Information on past seminars can be found on the past seminars page