H.B.N. Hynes Science Lecture -SJ

Event Date(s):
October 26, 2017
11:30 AM - 01:00 PM
Saint John
Saint John

Event Details:

Dr. Kirk Winemiller will deliver the Canadian River Institute’s H.B.N. Hynes Science Lecture.  Dr. Winemiller was elected a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in 2007, was awarded the Ecological Society of America’s Mercer Award and was twice awarded the U.S. Fulbright.  

He is Regents Professor in the Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences at Texas A&M University and his research is focused on fish population and community ecology, life history strategies, and food and web ecology with emphasis on rivers, streams and estuaries. Dr. Winemiller also studies evolutionary ecology, including adaptive radiations and convergent evolution in tropical fishes.  

Dr. Winemiller will deliver the Hynes science lecture titled, Does pulsing hydrology promote productivity and resilience of river food webs? In it, he will explore mechanisms that promote productivity and resilience of fluvial ecosystems, especially in the tropics. 

Building: Hazen Hall

Room Number: 232


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