Got this in the inter tubes:
A friendly reminder that today’s Ecology and Evolution speaker is our own Susan Williams, faculty in Evolution and Ecology, and Bodega Marine Lab. Susan and her lab’s research "focuses on the ecology of nearshore marine ecosystems, particularly seagrass and seaweed beds and coral reefs [which] are found at the land-sea margin, a highly variable, stressful, and disturbed environment…My focus on environmental stress and change has evolved from my career-long interest in how communities and ecosystems function, including how variation in resource availability influences resources acquisition and allocation and how species interactions (competition, herbivory) influence plant function and biogeochemical processes." For more information, see Susan’s web page at http://bml.ucdavis.edu/research/faculty/susan-williams/
The title of Susan’s talk is "Along the Spice Route: The Quest to Protect Indonesia’s Marine Biodiversity." The talk will be this today at 4:10pm in 1100 Social Sciences.