Florida Keys Daily News reports on rare 2-headed bull shark, confirmed by Dr. Wagner and other Florida Scientist.
Dr. Weiming Li’s has a about to be released in Nature Genetics, announcing the completion of the sea lamprey genome sequencing. Weiming is the corresponding author for this landmark publication. “Ancient Lamprey DNA Decoded” click here for article in MSU Today, and click here for the article in Science Daily.
“Momma knows best when it comes to panda survival.” Click here to view article involving CSIS team and Wolong Nature Reserve panda reproduction efforts.
Click here to view article from Jerry Urquhart and Chris Jordan’s research on Tapirs
Dr. Shawn Riley, Associate Professor in Fisheries and Wildlife, along with colleagues Drs. Daniel Decker and William Siemer of Cornell University, are authors of a newly released textbook Human Dimensions of Wildlife Management. The book includes contributions from MSU professors Meredith Gore and Michael Schechter (James Madison College), former Fisheries and Wildlife Professor Michael Nelson, as well as doctoral candidate Brent Rudolph. For more information click here.
Volunteers clean up Red Cedar River click here for story.
Precautions for Tick-Borne Disease Extend "Beyond Lyme" Click here to read a paper by Graham Hickling (former FW faculty) related to Jean’s NSF Lyme disease grant.
All seminars take place on Fridays in room 1 of the Natural Resources Building @ 3:30pm. Snacks and drinks will be provided!!!!
January 25 “Regime-dependent regulation of Lake Erie’s yellow perch population by resource pulses” Dr. Stuart A. Ludsin, Department of EEOB, Ohio State University
February 1 “Phenotypic Plasticity in Life History Traits of Asian Carp (Hypophthalmichthys spp.) in Novel Ecosystems” Dr. Rueben Goforth, Department of Forestry and Natural Resources, Purdue University
February 8 "Elucidating the ecological factors responsible for low incidence of Lyme disease in southeastern US: preliminary results provide support for several hypotheses” Dr. Jean Tsao, Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, MSU
February 15 “So Close to the Cities, So Far From the Taps: Growing Cities, Peri-(Urbanization), and Water for the Urban Poor” Ellis Adams, ESPP Graduate Student, MSU
March 1 “Foothill yellow-legged frogs” Jamie Bettaso, Wildlife Biologist, US Fish and Wildlife Service
March 15 “Plant community assembly in prairie restorations” Dr. Emily Grman, Department of Plant Biology, MSU
March 22 “Expansion and impacts of quagga mussels in the Great Lakes” Thomas Nalepa, NOAA and the University of Michigan
April 5 Title TBA Dr. Travis Brenden, Quantitative Fisheries Center and Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, MSU
April 12 "Do top-down forces regulate Great Lakes food webs?” David “Bo” Bunnell, US Geological Survey
April 19 “Improving classroom discussion groups: The content, process, and relationship framework” Andrea Jaeger Miehls, Department of Fisheries and Wildlife Alumni, MSU
April 26 “Native fish conservation in the Desert Southwest: lessons from Grand Canyon” Dr. Craig Paukert, Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, University of Missouri