. . . Friday, February 7. This week, Alyson Brokaw will be presenting a paper on flaws with the fundamental niche concept! There are still plenty of spaces for people to present papers in the coming weeks, so please sign up. We’ll be on hiatus for Darwin Day next week but will resume on Feb. 21. See you in Butler 202 at 4pm! [Angiletta et al 2019]
… Friday, February 2 we will be talking about how pollinators use smell to locate flowers and how environmental odors affect the pollinator’s olfactory ability. Alyson Brokaw will lead. See you at O’Bannon’s at 4! [Riffell et al 2014]
Now that everyone has had a week to settle into the new semester, we will be holding our first EEBISO meeting this Friday at 5:30pm at O’Bannon’s (on Northgate).
We would like to invite any grad students interested in participating to come join us and learn more about what we do. You do not need to be a part of the EEB Doctoral Program to participate, just have an interest in EEB topics. Our first journal club discussion will be next week (information to follow).