Thursdays, February 6, 2020, through March 26, 2020, at 4 p.m.
TNR 170, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
Free!
Open to everyone!

Climate change is a pressing issue for natural resources managers in Wisconsin and throughout the nation. How does the changing climate impact Wisconsin’s unique ecosystems, wildlife species, native cultures, and political policy? This year’s Spring Seminar Series will feature interdisciplinary perspectives on climate change from natural resources professionals. We will hear from researchers and managers who study the impacts of climate change on our natural resources and work to implement appropriate management techniques and policies in its wake. We hope you join us! 

Click on each speaker below for more information! 

February 6, 2020

Hothouse Earth: How Wildlife are Responding
 to a Changing Climate


Dr. Ben Zuckerberg

with Ben Zuckerberg, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
University of Wisconsin-Madison
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February 20, 2020 

White Rabbit, White Rabbit, White Rabbit


Dr. John Pauli

with Jon Pauli, Ph.D.
Associate Professor 
Department of Forest and Wildlife Ecology
University of Wisconsin-Madison

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March 12, 2020

Wisconsin's Coldwater Trout Fisheries
 in a Warming Climate


Matt Mitro

with Matthew Mitro, Ph.D.
Coldwater Fisheries Research Scientist
Office of Applied Science
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources

February 13, 2020

Adapting to Climate Change
 in the Northwoods of Wisconsin


Linda Parker

with Linda Parker
Forest Ecologist
 on the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest
United States Forest Service
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March 5, 2020

Climate Change, Culturally Important Species,
 and Indigenous Focused Climate Adaptation


Robert Croll

with Robert Croll
Policy Analyst/Climate Change Program Coordinator

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March 26, 2020

Can We Manage Wildlife
 at the Scale of Climate Change?

 Dr. Perry Barbosa

with Perry Barboza, Ph.D.
Professor of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences 
and Boone & Crockett Chair in Wildlife Conservation and Policy
Texas A & M University

​Special Thanks to Our Sponsors: 




 

The Kennedy-Grohne Chair in Waterfowl
 and Wetlands Conservation Endowment 

and

The Gerald and Helen Stephens
Wildlife Endowments