Presentations

2018 Translational Ecology Workshop

The Translational Ecology Short Course was held at the University of Arizona, April 4-5, 2018. The course was an intensive training for graduate students and early career scientists, on the principles and tools for the co-production of environmental science to inform decision-making, through the lens of Translational Ecology (TE). For more information about TE, see special issue of Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment.

Principles of Translational Ecology
Science Policy & Roles of Science in Society

Fall 2017 Seminar Series

Cohosted by University of Arizona's

School of Natural Resources and the Environment and SW CSC

A selection of the weekly afternoon talks.

Identifying and addressing ecological research and outreach needs in the southwestern U.S.

November 29, 2017

Audio, slides, video (31 minutes)

Presenter: Elise Gornish, PhD

Cooperative Extension Specialist in Ecological Restoration, School of Natural Resources and the Environment, University of Arizona

Grappling with the complex challenges of migratory animals in a changing world

November 8, 2017

Audio, slides, video (53 minutes)

Presenter: Jherime Kellerman, PhD

Associate Professor, Environmental Sciences Program Director, Oregon Tech

Ecosystem Impacts of Ecological Disturbances in Western Forests

October 4, 2017

Audio, slides, video (59 minutes)

Presenter: Dave Moore, PhD

Associate Professor, School of Natural Resources and the Environment, University of Arizona

Turning up the heat: Effects of climate change on the fight to conserve the Southwest's rare and spectacular fishes

September 20, 2017

Audio and slides (58 minutes)

Presenter: Scott A Bonar, PhD

USGS Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit

Associate Professor, School of Natural Resources and the Environment, University of Arizona