"Long-term change in the Great Lakes lower food web: the importance of deep chlorophyll maxima" presented by Dr. Annie Scofield, Department of Forestry and Natural Resources at Purdue University. This seminar is part of the Biology/Great Lakes Center Seminar Series.
The Biology Department and the Great Lakes Center present the seminar "Regulation of Body Temperature by Autonomic and Behavioral Thermoeffectors," by Zachary Schlader,...
Please join the Biology Department and Great Lakes Center for "Linking physiological and ecological drivers of plant responses to global change," a seminar presented by Katie Becklin, assistant professor in biology at Syracuse University. All are welcome to attend.
Please join the Biology Department and Great Lakes Center for "Sex and contaminant in fish: hot spots, big testes, and high activity males," a seminar presented by Chuck Madenjian, Research Fisheries Biologist at the USGS, Great Lakes Science Center. All are welcome to attend.
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