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1/26/2016
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2/2/2016MEEC CommitteeMEEC-O-Lunch Strikes Back: The Registration Page Awakens
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2/9/2016
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2/16/2016Shinjini GoswamiP limitation of productivity in temperate forests: what's up with theory?
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2/23/2016Patrick KellyContrasting patterns of lake productivity with increases in terrestrial dissolved organic carbon concentrations (probably)
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3/1/2016Nick BarrettEffects of Increased Temperature and Sediment Input on Aquatic Food Webs
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3/8/2016Samantha Rumschlag Assessing the Impact of Land Use on Amphibian Chytrid Fungal Infections in American Toad Populations
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3/15/2016
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3/22/2016NANA-Spring Break
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3/29/2016
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4/5/2016Amber RockQuantity vs. quality: evaluating the factors limiting herbivore growth under varying light and nutrient supply conditions
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4/12/2016Taylor LeachAre distributions of zooplankton the result of interactions between lake morphology and zooplankton behavior?
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4/19/2016Lucas EricksonHeavy metals and P. milvina
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4/26/2016J.D. GantzSomething about rapid cold-hardening
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5/3/2016Kaitlin CampbellDiversity and Scaling of Ants in Tree Canopies: Or the Story of How Residual Specimens Finally got Put to Good Use
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8/25/2015Anna BowenPredicting the Effects of Emerald Ash Borer on Hardwood Swamp Structure and Composition in southern Michigan
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9/1/2015Tyler HoskinsTracking the legacy of early-life exposure to an endocrine disrupting chemical throughout the lifecycle of an amphibian
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9/8/2015Mohammed Al-SaffarIdentifying Important Coastal Wetlands in Michigan Using the Black Tern (Chlidonias niger surinamensis)
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9/15/2015Jennifer BrentrupExtending the Plankton Ecology Group (PEG) Model: The potential of high-frequency profiling to assess phytoplankton dynamics
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9/22/2015Tanner WilliamsonTemporal variation in nutrient supply by fish and watersheds at daily to decadal time scales, and its importance in sustaining primary production
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9/29/2015J.D. GantzMechanisms of drought-induced rapid cold-hardening
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10/6/2015Amber Rock and MEEC committeeThe MEEColunch: hosting MEEC 2016 at Miami University
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10/13/2015Taylor LeachCross-lake patterns in the drivers of subsurface chlorophyll peaks in lakes
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10/20/2015
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10/27/2015
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11/3/2015Adam ParlinLinking Physiology to Habitat Use: a Turtle's Perspective
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11/10/2015Michael MahonInvertebrate response to experimental removal of Amur honeysuckle and white-tailed deer
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11/17/2015Michael StanleyFemale wolf spider preference for male chemical cues
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11/24/2015Joseph Baumgartner[Tentative] The best laid plans of mice and Michigan often go awry: expansion of P. leucopus into Michigan's UP
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12/1/2015Kylie MartinodDo Deer cause Apparent Competition between Lonicera maackii and Native Plants?
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1/27/2015
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2/3/2015Mike Mahon & Kaitlin Campbell(Temporary title) Deer/Honeysuckle Natural Areas Project: current results for ants and future work
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2/10/2015Tanner WilliamsonWaterscape ecology: using side-scan sonar to inexpensivly and efficiently map aquatic habitat
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2/17/2015
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2/24/2015Jessica Peebles-SpencerDeer and Honeysuckle Effects of on Plant Composition
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3/3/2015Kentaro InouePredicting the effects of climate change on population connectivity and genetic diversity in riverine systems
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3/10/2015Kaitlin CampbellAnts as regulators of mite biodiversity at temporal and spatial scales
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3/17/2015Amber RockEffects of light, nutrients, and carnivore ontogeny on aquatic food chain efficiency
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3/24/2015NANA - Spring break
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3/31/2015
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4/7/2015Nicole Hayes Dissertation defense: Room TBA; Time TBA
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4/14/2015Joseph Baumgartner[Placeholder] Determination of environmental drivers in mophological diversity of white-footed mouse populations in nothern Michigan
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4/21/2015Shan ShanNutrient addition effect on rhizosphere v.s. bulk soil microbial properties
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4/28/2015
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5/5/2015Craig WilliamsonColor Makes a Difference: Ecological Consequences of Decades of Browning in Two Pocono Lakes
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8/26/2014Jussara ChavesEnergetic metabolism and thermoregulation in the toco toucan (Ramphastos toco)
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9/2/2014Melissa YoungquistInteraction of habitat suitability and landscape connectivity on species distributions: Part 1.
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9/9/2014Patrick GarrettPoisonwood, Paper Wasps, and the Search for Wild Cinnamon in the Bahamas and Southern Florida
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9/16/2014Kaitlin CampbellThe Ant Quality Index: an ant-based approach for assessing restoration of grasslands from the ground up
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9/23/2014Kristen DeMoranvilleMetabolic plasticity in a neotropical migrant, the Gray catbird (Dumetella carolinesis)
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9/30/2014Hank StevensEcosystem Integrity of the Shenandoah National Park
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10/7/2014
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10/14/2014Adam ParlinThe Box Turtle: An Unexpected Journey
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10/21/2014Rachel PillaLakes as temperature sentinels of climate change
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10/28/2014Samantha Rumschlag Does host body size influence impacts of pathogen exposures?
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11/4/2014Brian HovenThe effect of emerald ash borer-caused tree mortality on seedling regeneration
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11/11/2014Michael SitvarinScary signals: spider cues affect herbivory and soil properties
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11/18/2014Anna MillerThe effects of emerald ash borer on hardwood swamp forest structure and composition in southern Michigan
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11/25/2014Shinjini GoswamiHungry and neglected seedlings: Do light and water matter more than nutrients?
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12/2/2014Garrett DiennoStuck on you: An examination of protocarniory in Silene regia
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1/28/2014Rafael Herrera-HerreraA Researcher’s Conundrum: Are Short Term Workshops Effective in Improving Children’s Environmental Awareness?
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2/4/2014Rafael Herrera-HerreraAssessment of organochlorine pesticides in riparian passerine birds of the Laguna de Terminos region in southeastern Mexico
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2/11/2014Anita S. and Kaitlin C.Potential shifts in emergence patterns of native Coccinellidae imposed by warmer springs and introduced Coccinellids
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2/18/2014Keely Corder Let’s Explore Obesity with Songbirds: Regulation of Adiposity in a Migrant, the Gray Catbird
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2/25/2014Jessica Peebles-SpencerEffects of the Invasive Shrub Lonicera maackii and a Generalist Herbivore, White-tailed Deer, on Forest Floor Plant Community Composition
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3/4/2014Elizabeth DuskeyEffects of light and nutrients on cannibalistic behavior in dragonflies
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3/11/2014Pete GuidenThe role of white-tailed deer in long-distance dispersal of Lonicera maackii
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3/18/2014Lauren EmswellerThe role of treefall gaps in non-native species invasion: masters research proposal
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3/25/2014SPRING BREAKSPRING BREAK
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4/1/2014J.D. GantzTBA
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4/8/2014Michael MinnickTBA
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4/15/2014Samantha Rumschlag The frog and the fungus: Why are amphibians declining in some places but not in others?
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4/22/2014Taylor LeachZooplankton migration: Can diel vertical movement provide a biologically relevant nutrient source to the surface waters in lakes?
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4/29/2014Amber RockEffects of light, nutrients, and N:P supply ratio on aquatic food chain efficiency
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5/6/2014Clara do AmaralGeographical variation of freeze tolerance in the wood frog: role of hepatic glycogen metabolism
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8/27/2013
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9/3/2013Joseph BaumgartnerOf mice and Michigan: Analysis of Genetic and Morphometric variation between and among populations of Peromysucus leucopus in Northern Michigan
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9/10/2013Amanda Bentley BrymerEmploying participatory state-and-transition modeling to explore Western juniper management options in the sagebrush-steppe of Idaho
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9/17/2013Quinn LiAdaptative genomics: Spartina invasion in China. And opportunities in China: why Xiamen University?
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9/24/2013
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10/1/2013
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10/8/2013
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10/15/2013Samantha RumschlagFactors Influencing Susceptibility to the Amphibian Chytrid Fungus
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10/22/2013Kaitlin CampbellTBA: Probably something awesome about mites and ants
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10/29/2013Michelle BoonePesticide Regulation Amidst The Influence of Industry:Lessons from Amphibian Ecotoxicology
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11/5/2013Dalila Rendon-CastanedaBehavioral ecology of wolf spiders in cotton fields: implications for the control of insecticide-resistant cotton bollworms Helicoverpa spp.
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11/12/2013Melissa Youngquist & Michael SitvarinMighty wolf spider; ye little leapers beware; for a jump shan't save
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11/19/2013Angie KlinczarThe Effect of Treefall Gaps on the Spatial Distribution and Dispersal of Four Invasive Plants in a Mature Secondary Upland Forest in Maryland
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11/26/2013
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12/3/2013Danyhelton DouglasTBA
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9/18/2012Hank StevensA Blueprint For Ecological Concepts And Pedagogy
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9/25/2012Ann RypstraThe Ecology Research Center. What we are and should we change?
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10/2/2012Rafael Herrera“Flies, spiders, bats, and birds …. Eww!” .... Does educating and informing children matter?
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10/9/2012Steve PfeifferEffects of Lonicera maackii on water availability in an eastern deciduous forest
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10/16/2012Andrew RosendaleEcogeographic variation in freeze tolerance of the wood frog
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10/23/2012Sam EvansPredicting adaptive foraging strategies of orb-weaving spiders, using an individual-based model simulating prey-web mechanics
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10/30/2012Kaitlin CampbellDoes diversity beget diversity? Ants as regulators of phoretic mite diversity
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11/6/2012Meg MarchettiEffects of Temperature and a Glyphosate-based Herbicide on Foraging in the Wolf Spider, Pardosa milvina
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11/13/2012Tyler HoskinsVariation in pesticide tolerance within and among populations of cricket frogs
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