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. Contact Trout Lake Station for specific outreach opportunities.
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Weekly Seminar will return fall 2018
Dr. Jeppesen, a research professor at Aarhus Univerity in Denmark, was selected by the graduate students as this years Kaesar Scholar, and we are very excited about his visit! For limnology seminar, Dr. Jeppesen will be presenting “Comparison of the trophic dynamics in freshwater and saline lakes in different climate zones: implication for climate change effects on lakes”. Dr. Jeppesen will also be presenting at the Biology Colloquium at 3:30 pm next Thursday (1/25) in 168 Noland. His colloquium talk his titled “Climate change effects on shallow lakes- evidence from cross-system studies (arctic to the tropics), mesocosm experiments and modelling”.
How does shape and size affect how particles rotate in turbulent water flow?
Effects of current and historical land use on urban ecosystem services in the Madison Lakes Region
When History and Nature Guide Research and Education: Linking Past and Present Aquatic Invertebrate Dynamics
Spatially-explicit scaling of lake water and biogeochemical fluxes
Fire, Permafrost and Biogeochemistry in a Boreal Landscape
Conservation of Goodeid fishes in central Mexico
March 28 – NO SEMINAR
April 4 – NO SEMINAR