University of Wisconsin–Madison

Weekly Seminar

The Hasler Lab seminar series is part of Zoology 911 course. Seminars are held Wednesdays at noon in 102 Water Science and Engineering Laboratory (WSEL), Madison; exceptions will be indicated on the schedule below. Speakers are affiliated with the University of Wisconsin Center for Limnology unless noted.

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Weekly seminar speakers


Oct 10 – Dan Preston – Understanding trophic interactions in aquatic food webs

Oct 17 – Ray White – Healing Sick Streams: Reforming Restoration

Oct 24 – Sam Carlson – Nutrient Retention in Streams

Oct 31 – ActWise Workshop – Bystander Intervention Training

Nov 7 – Jim Heffernan – Self-organizations of wetlands across diverse environments

Nov 14 – Ichiro Matsuzaki – Catch diversification provides multiple benefits in inland fisheries

Nov 21 – NO SEMINAR

Nov 28 – Akira Terui – Spatial dynamics in branching river networks (see paper in PNAS)

Dec 5 – Rob Mooney – Spatiotemporal variation of tributary nutrient concentrations: a seasonal perspective for Lake Michigan

Dec 12 – NO SEMINAR

Jan 23 – TBA

Jan 30 – TBA

Feb 6 – TBA

Feb 13 – TBA

Feb 20 – TBA

Feb 27 – Matt McCary

March 6 – Katie Hein

March 13 – TBA

March 20 – SPRING BREAK

March 27 – Karin KrchnakKaeser Scholar

April 3 – TBA

April 10 – John Lyons

April 17 – TBA

April 24 – TBA

May 1 – TBA