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2010/11 Seminar Series

The SES seminars deal with a diverse range of environmental issues, with speakers from the humanities, social studies, arts, health sciences, engineering and natural sciences. The typical format is a 45 minute presentation by a speaker, followed by 15 minutes for audience questions, although there may be variations on this depending on the topic of the presentation. All are welcome to attend.

The seminars will take place twice a month on Thursdays from 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm in BioSci 1102 (unless otherwise indicated below).  Please see below for dates.

Co-ordinated by Dr. Graham Whitelaw

Click here for Fall 2010 Seminar List

Winter 2011 Seminars

Date
Speaker
Affiliation
Details

January 13th, 2011

 

CANCELLED
Dr. Richard Cooper, Professor Emeritus (retired) University of Connecticut

"Seabase 1" Undersea Research Habitat

 

January 27th, 2011 Steven Moore Queen's University
Adjunct Instructor
"Notes from the Underground"

SATURDAY, February 5th, 2011, 3-6pm

BioSciences 1101

Maude Barlow

 

 

Alanna Mitchell

National Chair of the Council of Canadians

 

Canadian Journalist and Author

A Discussion on the Issues Surrounding Water Privatization

 

How Climate Change is Influencing our Seas

March 10th, 2011 Michael Runtz

Department of Biology

Carleton University

An Explorer's Guide to Conservation Biology

March 11th, 2011

 

Jonathan Newman Professor and Director, School of Environmental Science, at Guelph University

Mission Accomplished or Mission Impossible? Predicting the Biological Impacts of Climate Change

 

BioSciences Rm. 3110 at 12:30 PM

 

Joint Biology/ Environmental Studies Seminar

March 24th, 2011 Colleen Greer Queen's University
M.Sc. candidate

Out of sight, out of mind? The increased toxicity to herring embryos from the use of chemical dispersants to clean up oil spills

March 31st, 2011 Hideki Koshizuka Queen's University
MES candidate
A Critical Analysis of the Clean Development Mechanism and the Controversies over Wind Energy Development in the Isthmus of Tehuantepec,   Oaxaca
April 14th, 2011 Lyn Garrah Queen's University
MES candidate
Predicting and Mitigating Reptile Road Mortality on the 100 Islands Parkway
April 21st, 2011 Ivana Zelenika-Zovko Queen's University MES candidate Barriers to Technology for Sustainable Development:  More Communication and Collaboration Needed

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