This symposium will explore a range of ecological research happening in and around New York City.  The program is focused on three themes – organisms, environment, and history – with speakers from a range of disciplines including community ecology, evolutionary biology, ecophysiology, paleoecology, archaeology, and conservation. The research presented here spans multiple taxa including plants, microbes, birds, and mammals. The speakers come from universities, government agenices, non-profit conservation groups, and consulting firms.


2012-09-10 12.50.16© Jeremy Law Date
Saturday April 20, 2013  9:00 am – 5:00 pm

501 Schermerhorn Hall
Columbia University campus


Organized By
Matthew Palmer – Dept. of Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Biology
& Michael Levandowsky – Co-chair, Seminar on Population Biology
Sponsored by the Columbia University Seminar on Population Biology

The symposium is free, but registration is required