Author Archives: Bruce Kendall
We have just learned that Darcy has been awarded an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. This is a highly competitive program (there were only 21 awarded across campus this year, and no others in Bren) gives Darcy 3 years of fellowship … Continue reading
That’s the Biogeography lab, just down the hall from my lab.
This is something that most lab members should be interested in. Details from Cherie Briggs: EEMB 595TE is the weekly seminar/discussion group for topics in Ecology and Evolutionary Theory, organized by Roger Nisbet, Steve Proulx, and Cherie Briggs. The first … Continue reading
We’ll be meeting at a special time on Sept 27 – 11 AM. This is because Tal is giving his PhD defense at 3 that day – all come!
We are going to experiment with doing joint meetings with the Biogeography Lab (Frank Davis) this fall. At the moment we are scheduled for Thursdays at 3PM – place and initial meeting date TBA
Watson, J.R., B.E. Kendall, D.A. Siegel, and S. Mitarai. 2012. Changing seascapes, stochastic connectivity, and marine metapopulation dynamics. American Naturalist 180: 99-112. [link] Abstract The probability of dispersal from one habitat patch to another is a key quantity in our … Continue reading
White, C., C. Costello, B.E. Kendall, and C.J. Brown. 2012. The value of coordinated management of interacting ecosystem services. Ecology Letters, 15: 509-519. [link] Abstract Coordinating decisions and actions among interacting sectors is a critical component of ecosystem-based management, but … Continue reading