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2009 QERM Spring Seminar

Wednesdays, 3:30 – 4:50 p.m. Communications Building, Room 228

Please note new location!

(Spring 2008 schedule and presentations archive)

April 1

"No one knows how truly bad he is until he has tried very hard to be good. C.S. Lewis"

David Ford, Ph.D., Professor, College of Forest Resources

April 8

""Projecting climate-change effects on avian distributions and populations""

Joshua Lawler, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, College of Forest Resources

April 15

"Estimating the conditional intensity function of a marked point pattern."

Bert Loosmore

April 22

"Circular migrations and HIV transmission dynamics."

Aditya Khanna

"The effects of management scale: A simulation studyfor Pacific coast groundfish."

Dawn Dougherty

April 29

"Investigating relationships between the environment, recruitment, survival, maturation and distribution of Pacific Northwest Chinook (Oncorhynchus tshawytascha), and its implication on management."

Rishi Sharma

May 6

"The explanation of plateaus in cancer incidence rates by the vitality model."

Ting Li

May 13

"Potential Gains from Spatial Replication in State-Space Models"

Kevin See

May 20

""Multiple food type producer/scrounger foraging models with an application to beach foraging northwestern crows, Corvus caurinus"

Derek McClure

May 27

"Influence of mesoscale eddies on assemblages and distribution of ichthyoplankton in the Gulf of Alaska."

Liz Atwood

"A model of the ocean migration of Pacific salmon."

Chloe Bracis

June 3

"Performance of Various Meta-Analysis Estimation Procedures on the Steepness Parameter of West Coast Groundfish Stocks""

Motoki Wu

"Marine protected areas in fisheries management: challenges and opportunities."

Tommy Garrison

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