Fri, 10/24/2014UW-Madison Department of Forest and Wildlife EcologyTeri Allendorf
WebsitePark-people relationships: The view from local communities.
Fri, 10/31/2014UW-Madison Department of EntomologyRick Lindroth
WebsiteChemistry and ecology of aspen: molecules, herbivores, and ecosystems.
Fri, 11/07/2014Harvard ForestJonathan Thompson
WebsiteParticipatory Land-use Scenarios in New England: Fostering prescient thinking through Science-Stakeholder Partnerships
Fri, 11/14/2014UW-Madison Department of BotanySarah Hotchkiss
WebsiteA landscape perspective on stability and change over 6000 years on the northwest Wisconsin sand plain.
Fri, 11/21/2014University of MarylandTatiana Loboda
WebsiteStand-age map of Russian forests from satellite observations: legacy of past disturbances and forest regeneration over the past 30 years.
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Postdoctoral Position Available
Three-year NSF-funded POSTDOCTORAL POSITION in the laboratory of William Karasov at University of Wisconsin-Madison to study molecular mechanisms of dietary modulation of intestinal enzymes in birds and small mammals.The production of digestive enzymes may increase with availability of substrate in the diet, and we seek to advance knowledge about underlying mechanisms of digestive enzyme flexibility.
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