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Welcome to the Center for Ecology!
Ecology is the study of relationships between organisms, including humans, and their environment. The purpose of these pages is to foster communication and collaboration among faculty, staff, and students with ecological interests at Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, and to provide information for people outside the university that might be interested in the activities of our group. Ecologists at SIUC are spread across several departments including Anthropology, Forestry, Geography, Geology, Microbiology, Plant Biology, Plant, Soil & Agricultural Systems, and Zoology in four colleges (Science, Agricultural Sciences, Liberal Arts, and Engineering). Faculty members in these departments have a wide range of ecological interests and expertise.
Facilities associated with the Center include the Middle Mississippi River Wetlands Field Station and the Core Facility for Ecological Analyses, which houses state of the art equipment for processing of soil, water, and tissue samples. The Center for Ecology supports outreach and education activities through the Graduate Research Assistants Supporting Science (GRASS) program, a group of SIU graduate students that work with local teachers and youth group leaders to promote ecological education.
|Check out our REU Program
in Convergence Ecology!
Spring 2012 Seminar Series
All seminars are held in the LSIII Auditorium at 4pm with refreshments served at 3:30.
|26-Sep||Dario Maestripieri||(E) University of Chicago|
|24-Oct||Heath Hagy||(Z) Illinois Natural History Survey in Havana|
|31-Oct||Brian Allan||(Z) University of Illinois Urbana|
|7-Nov||Bronwyn Williams||(Z) Southern lllinois University|
|14-Nov||Amanda Rodewald||(E) Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology|
|22-Nov||Robert Letcher||(Z) Environment Canada, Ottawa, Ontario|
|E=Hosted by Center for Ecology
|Z=Hosted by Zoology|