LRES Seminar Series
Spring 2016 Schedule
1:10 - 2:00 p.m.
346 Leon Johnson Hall (Annex)
available in the LRES Archives
Colter Ellis, Sociology & Anthropology, MSU
"Unconventional Risks: Rural Community Response to Acute Energy Development in the Eagle Ford Shale"
Rebekah VanWieren, Plant Science & Plan Pathology, MSU
"Land Reclamation in Butte, MT: Design for aligning cultural and ecological assets"
Jay Rotella, Dept. of Ecology, MSU
"The consequences of maternal effects and environmental conditions on offspring success in Antarctica's Weddell seals"
Sam Carlson, Ph.D. student
"Physical and chemical controls on stream network distribution"
Alyssa Piccolomini, MS student
"The susceptibility of the alfalfa leafcutting bee (Megachile rotundata) to three pyrethroids used in mosquito management."
Joseph Old Elk, MS student
Andrew Bobst, Ph.D. student
"Using beaver mimicry restoration as a manipulative experiment to understand "natural" storage of stream water"
Mike Oldham, MS student
"Characterizing vegetation composition and structure of a riparian area using unmanned aerial systems and photogrammetry"
Katie Fogg, MS student
"Simulating Atmospheric and Hyporheic Influeces on Stream Temperature using a Mechanistic Heat Model"
Tara Saley, MS student
"Relative importance of key regulatory proteins involved in the bacterial response to arsenic."
Tessa Scott, MS student
"Weed population and community dymanics in Montana organic cropping systems"
Erika Sturn, MS student
Using Ca and Sr to understand lithologic and hydrologic controls of stream water."
Shannon Dillard, MS student
"Eight years later: Time to look to soils to accomplish Yellowstone National Park's restoration goals."
Meryl Storb, Ph.D. student
"How will a stream's metabolic regime be influenced by direct and indirect human impacts?"