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Healy Hamilton


Thu, 10/16/2014
SBSC Seminar

12:00pm - 1:00pm, OML 400

Chief Scientist Healy Hamilton from ...

Morgan Tingley: How Should Climate Change Affect Land Conservation Strategies?


Thu, 10/09/2014
SBSC Seminar
12:00pm - 1:00pm, OML 400

Assistant Professor Morgan Tingley from...

Roland Kays


Thu, 09/25/2014
SBSC Seminar

12:00pm - 1:00pm, OML 400
Prof. Roland Kays, from the NC State...

Geo-spatial and environmental analysis on open-source software workshops


Thu, 09/25/2014
SBSC Workshop

Three workshops will be offered during the Fall 2014 semester to provide an overview of computational methods for performing spatial biodiversity analyses using open-source software.  This fall we will cover Geographic Information Systems using GRASS and Parallel Processing using R under...

Spatio-temporal analysis using open source software: combining research reproducibility and processing efficiency


Mon, 06/16/2014
SBSC Seminar

Seminar: Spatio-temporal analysis using open source software: combining research reproducibility and processing efficiency

Wednesday,  June 16, 2014 - 12:00pm - 1:00pm, OML 400
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Christian Ziegler: Documenting Tropical Biodiversity and Conservation


Thu, 04/03/2014
SBSC Seminar

Seminar: Documenting Tropical Biodiversity and Conservation

2:30pm - 3:30pm, ESC 110

Christian is a photojournalist specializing in natural...


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Vojtech Novotny: Tropical plant-insect food webs


Wed, 03/19/2014
SBSC Seminar

Seminar: Why are tropical plant-insect food webs so complicated: adventures from a tropical island.

Wednesday,  March 19, 2014 - 12:00pm - 1:00pm, ESC 110...

A new series of workshops on data-intensive geo-spatial and environmental analysis on an open-source platform


Thu, 02/13/2014
SBSC Workshops

These workshops will be offered on Thursdays (4-7pm) during the spring 2014 semester, and are designed to give an overview of methods for performing Geographic Information Systems and Remote Sensing analysis under the Linux Operating System.

 

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Nick Matzke: Model choice in phylogenetic biogeography - workshop and seminar


Wed, 11/13/2013
SBSC Seminar + Workshop

Seminar: Model choice in phylogenetic biogeography

12:00pm - 1:00pm, OML 40

Historical biogeography has been characterized by unresolved debates about which processes, such as dispersal or vicariance, are most important for...

Bob O'Hara seminar: Ecological Statistics: how to make the most of a typical mess


Thu, 11/07/2013
SBSC Seminar

12:00pm - 1:00pm, OML 400

Ecology has to be observed in the real world, which does not always cooperate to give us nice neat data. For statisticians this is a good thing, because it means we can work with models more interesting than a classical...