Early Career Scientist Symposium

Event Date: 
Wednesday, January 22, 2020 - 9:00am
OML 400 See map
165 Prospect
New Haven 06520

Early Career Scientist Symposium

Osborn Memorial Laboratories, Room 400 23 January 2020

9:00 Welcome and Introduction

Walter Jetz

9:45 Multi-species camera trapping: Challenges and opportunities

Fabiola Iannarilli, U of Minnesota

10:20 Accounting for temporal variation in the traditional correlational distributional modeling framework

Kate Ingenloff, U of Kansas 10:55 Coffee

11:15 Biodiversity-ecosystem functioning relationships in marine communities: Evidence from observations and modeling

Aurore Maureaud, TU of Denmark

11:50 The relative importance of abiotic and biotic processes depends on spatial scale and environmental context

Sarah Amundrud, U of British Columbia 12:25 Lunch

13:25 Adaptations for a complex life cycle: Exploring aquatic habitats and phenotypes of burrowing dragonfly larvae

Emily Sandall, Pennsylvania State U

14:00 The ecology, evolution and global diversification of miniature trap-jaw ants (Strumigenys)

Douglas Booher, U of Illinois

14:35 Molecular evolutionary and macroecological analyses of the eastern Asia - eastern North America disjunct flora

Anthony Melton, U of Florida 15:10 Coffee

15:30 Investigating drivers of angiosperm divergence: From population differentiation to speciation

Diana Gamba-Moreno, U of Missouri

16:05 The conservation biogeography of plants under global change

Matthew Kling, U of California, Berkeley

16:40 TBD,

Bort Edwards, Smithsonian