Thursday Common Hour and Faculty Research Committee Lecture Series: Into the Woods - How Human Activity, Past and Present, Influences Connecticut's Forest Wildlife by Scott Smedley

Thursday, March 27, 2014
12:15 PM - 1:30 PM
Hallden Hall - North Wing Grand Room 104
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Kristin B. Magendantz
Dean of Faculty

Scott Smedley, Associate Professor of Biology
This talk describes how composting by contemporary human residents affects the ecology of scavenging animals, and how the historical construction of stone walls has had repercussions for modern-day wildlife.  Smedley will relate how the emerging approach of citizen science can contribute to such ecological research.
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