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Evolution by Pesticides, Yeraldi Loera, G1 (3958324)

In an increasingly polluted world, contaminants have become a significant threat to biological homeostasis and may be eliciting rapid evolutionary responses in exposed wildlife populations. In 1980,…

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Displaced By Your Own: How Working-Class East Asians Perceive the Role of Co-Ethnics in the Gentrification of Flushing, Queens, Angelica Qin UG '23 (3949038)

Once bustling ethnic enclaves, many Chinatowns in the United States have now begun to undergo a rapid process of gentrification. Much of the academic and popular discourse surrounding this topic…

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EEB 522 Seminar Series - Rebecca Safran

Rebecca SafranUniversity of Colorado Boulder“From Process to Pattern: Understanding the Mechanisms of Divergence among Closely Related Populations in Various Geographic Contexts”

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EEB 522 Seminar Series - Anna Jolles

Anna JollesOregon State University“Chasing the Holy Grail: Consilience in Disease Ecology”

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Bradford Seminar: "Flood Vulnerable Populations: Who's Exposed And Who Recovers?"

Water and destruction garner the attention in flood disasters, and drive research and policy emphasis on physical processes and built environment impacts. But the main reason we care about floods is…

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Developing and Applying an SEIR Model to Evaluate US Cities’ Emergency Housing Responses to Homelessness During the COVID-19 Pandemic, Carla Dias, UG '21 (2312020)

The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed some deep problems in the ways that the US handles public health issues amongst vulnerable populations. One group that has been particularly affected is the homeless…

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But Do You Recall, Why Reindeer Populations Rise and Fall?: A Theoretical Model of Reindeer and Warble Flies, Ingrid Koester, UG '21 (2313694)

Reindeer (Rangifer tarandus) are arctic large-bodied herbivores that have long-term population fluctuations. Although multiple underlying mechanisms might contribute to these fluctuations, the…

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Bradford Seminar Series: "Cities on the Climate Frontlines: Evaluating Urban Climate Change and Policy Responses"

Angel Hsu, assistant professor of public policy and the environment, ecology and energy program at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, will present “Cities on the Climate Frontlines:…

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The Ambitions of Government: Sovereignty and Control in the Ancient Countryside

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Culture vs. Consciousness: A Core Human Tension

Most creatures are adapted to their environment. Humans are, in many ways, a notable exception to this, having adapted to the process of transition between environments rather than to any particular…

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