Natural Science Seminar Series
The Natural Science Seminar series is an informal, biweekly Friday presentation in Science, Room 147, from 4:00-5:00 PM. Refreshments will be served prior to the seminar at 3:50 and a spirited discussion will followed each seminar. Be sure to join us!
The Natural Science Seminars are sponsored by the Department of Biological Sciences.
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
|The Unusual Case of the Oregon Spotted Frog at Conboy Lake: A Bullfrog Driven System|
Biology Department and Turnbull Laboratory for Ecological Studies
Eastern Washington University
|Restoration Ecology and the Problem of the Missing Species|
|Dr. Audrey Huerta|
Department of Geological Sciences
|Making Mountains: A Geodynamic View of Beautiful Places|
|Dr. Dion Rivera|
Department of Chemistry
|Ployelectrolytes, Surfactants, and Surfaces: Adventures in the Crazy World of Macromolecular Complexes|
|Dr. Kristina Ernest|
Department of Biological Sciences
|Habitats, Highways, and Haypiles: A Peek at Pika Populations in the Eastern Cascades|
Guided Nature Walk: “Lichens All Around Us,” Sunday, April 10, 3-4 pm, Yakima Canyon InterpretiGuided Nature Walk March 13, 3-4pm, Yakima Canyon Interpretive Center At Helen McCabe Park
Guided Nature Walk, March 13, 3-4 pm, Yakima Canyon Interpretive Center at Helen McCabe Park(cornerNatural Science Seminar, "Fracking Vaca Muerta: Socio-Economic Implications Of Shale Gas Extraction In Northern Patagonia"
This presentation explores hydraulic fracturing activities in the Vaca Muerta Shale deposit in nort