Another year and it’s time for Ecological Integration Symposium (EIS) 2020!
Join us in Rudder Tower from 8:30am-5pm on Thursday April 2nd and Friday April 3rd, 2020.
The EIS is a COMPLETELY FREE conference on campus where students can listen to top ecologists from around the world, peers’ research being conducted at Texas A&M (and nearby universities), as well as have the opportunity to present their own research.
This year, our theme is “Ecology in the Anthropocene,” highlighting ecosystems in a human dominated world.
This year the students have designed their own website to increase participation by committee members. After the event, the student site will be archived here on the EEB website. The website address is https://sites.google.com/tamu.edu/eis/home
Dr. Jill Baron: Nitrogen as a global change driver, scaling from small mountain lakes to the globe
Senior Research Ecologist
Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory
Colorado State University
Dr. James Beasley: Radioactive Wildlife: Impacts of the Chernobyl and Fukushima Nuclear Accidents on Large Mammals
Wildlife Ecology & Management
University of Georgia
Dr. Joshua Lawler: TBA
Denman Professor of Sustainable Resource Sciences
School of Environmental and Forest Sciences
University of Washington
Dr. Otso Ovaskainen: Joint Species Distribution Modelling: interpreting data on species occurrences, environmental and spatial predictors, species traits and phylogenetic relationships in the light of ecological theory
Organismal and Evolutionary Biology Research Programme
University of Helsinki
Attendance and Registration
If you are interested in attending, presenting or volunteering in the event, please register at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSct-5JblGsegNsxZSij-3hmQT6QX3ubJJoRNsrwOAGvljwtyA/viewform.
Registration is required to attend.
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