2013 Whitney and Anna Harris Conservation Forum
Tuesday, November 19, 2013
The Living World, Saint Louis Zoo
Energy Production Meets Biodiversity
Robert Barclay, Professor and Head of the Department of Biological Sciences, University of Calgary. His research focuses on the behavioral and physiological ecology of mammals and birds.
Brian Lutz, an Assistant Professor of Biogeochemistry at Kent State University. His research focuses on the movement of energy and elements through a wide variety of natural and human altered landscapes, with particular focus on understanding the environmental impacts of energy extraction practices at regional scales.
Sally Entrekin, an Assistant Professor in Biology, whose research focuses on the relationship between land transformation and biological communities and their associated processes, such as production and decomposition, in headwater streams and wetlands.
Amy Vandergast, a research geneticist with the Western Ecological Research Center, USGS. Her work focuses on quantifying the impacts of human disturbance on connectivity, genetic diversity, and evolutionary potential of animal populations.
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Registration required by November 11, 2013: Call: (314)-516-6203, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Light supper will be served to registrants
Event is free and open to the public.