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Spring 2019 Seminar

Date & Time: Friday at 10:00am
Classroom: SNP103




Jan 11

Michele DudashWelcome to Semester and Announcements

Jan 18

Lora Perkins

Back to the Future: Management for sustainable Great Plains grasslands

Jan 25Charlie FensterRole of academic societies in promoting and facilitating science
Feb 01Cindy AnchorMS Proposal: Evaluating the post-fledging movement and ecology of hatch year mallards in the Dakotas
 Jennifer LutzeMS Completion: Winter patch grazing, patch burn grazing, and bird communities in western South Dakota
Feb 08Rebecca KolstromMS Completion: Identifying an Optimal Bald Eagle Monitoring Program for Southwest Alaska National Parks
 Abby BlanchardMS Proposal: Revegetating salt-impacted soils
Feb 15Zigeng ChenMS Proposal: Ultraviolet (UV)-B effects on the three contrasting sweet potato cultivars growth and yield
 Jackie KrakowMS Proposal: Grassland bird use of high and low diversity native prairie plantings
Feb 22Brian GraebA Predictive Framework for Fish Habitat Restoration
Mar 01Lan XuRole of bud banks in grassland ecosystems
Mar 08Spring Break 
Mar 15Kelsen YoungMS Proposal: Post-stocking mortality of Hatchery Reared Rainbow Trout in the Black Hills of South Dakota
 Skyler ArentMS Proposal: Impacts of Russian Olive (Elaeagnus angustifolia) in South Dakota
Mar 22Tanner DavisMS Proposal: Exploitation and Habitat Use of Lake Sharpe Walleyes
 Cade LyonMS Proposal: Role of Angler Harvest on Walleye Population Dynamics in Three Western South Dakota Reservoirs
Mar 29Mike BrownOne fish, two fish, red fish, blue fish
Apr 05Emily MobergMS Proposal: Reproductive success, survival, and cause-specific mortality of bighorn sheep in Nebraska
 Sarah HerzogMS Proposal: Impacts of management practices on plant biodiversity and utility of DNA barcodes in grassland habitats
Apr 12 cancelled due to the weather
Apr 19Easter Recess 
Apr 26Jamie BrennanPhD completion: Diet Selection of Grazing Livestock and Plant Community Dynamics in Pastures Occupied by Prairie Dogs
May 03Dr. Qinghe Li
(Visiting scientist)
Clonal Desert Shrubs in China: Ecological Adaptations