See you in the fall for our next seminar series starting September 11
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 (fall 2019)
Sept 4 – No seminar
Sept 11 – Traditional round of 3 minute introductions of the folks around CFL
Sept 18 – Traditional round of 3 minute introductions of the folks around CFL
Sept 25 – Bob Sterner, Director of Large Lakes Observatory and Prof of Biology, Univ of MN Duluth – When Lake Superior Turns Green
Oct 2 – Martin Doyle, Prof of River Systems Science & Policy, Duke University Nicholas School of the Environment
Oct 9 – No seminar. Science in the Northwoods
Oct 16 – Janet Silbernagel, Professor and Program Director Environmenal Conservation Prof Masters, UW-Madison Nelson Institute
Oct 23 – Karen Murchie, Director of Freshwater Research, Shedd Aquarium
Oct 30 – Robert Ladwig, post doc, CFL
Nov 6 – Steve Carpenter, Free-Range Scientist, Professor Emeritus and CFL Director 2009-2017
Nov 13 – TBA
Nov 20 – TBA
Nov 27 – No seminar
Dec 4 – Michael Rennie, Canada Research Chair in Freshwater Ecology and Fisheries, Lakehead Univ.
Dec 11 – Sarig Gafny – The return of the Hula Painted frog-Unfolding the mysteries of a living fossil