QERM Student Seminar/2008
2008 QERM Spring Seminar
Wednesdays, 3:30 – 4:50 p.m. Mary Gates Hall Room 238
(Please note that this is a new location!)
"Spatial Optimization in Natural Resource Management"
Sandor Toth, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, College of Forest Resources
"The Management Strategy Evaluation Approach and the Gulf of Alaska walleye pollock fishery"
"Does the variogram tell us anything about forest structure?"
"The Vitality Model and the Mortality Plateaus"
"Using d15N to study grassland trophic interactions under different grazing treatments"
"Modeling Age-Structured Pelagic Larvae Dispersal on the West Coast"
"Identifying behavioral switches in gappy animal movement data" (File: QERMSeminar2008 Gurarie.pdf)
"Modeling the effects of management scale for Pacific Coast Groundfish"
"How to make informative figures, purty pictures, and waste time with free and open source software"
"Characteristic Scale Using Wavelets"
"Using social network analysis to study the impact of circular migrations on HIV dispersal"
"Steller sea lion declines: Correlations with fishing and climate"3
"Counting Fish; The Importance of Ish"
"Crow foraging behavior: An individual-based model approach"