Lamberson Ecology Lecture

The series is hosted by Humboldt’s Department of Mathematics and its name and funding from Roland Lamberson, Arcata, professor of mathematics at Cal Poly Humboldt from 1980 to 2004.  Professor Lamberson has made substantial contributions in the application of mathematics to ecology and natural resources.


Dr. Elise Zipkin will deliver the Lamberson Ecology Lecture:

Why Are Monarch Butterflies Declining?

Thursday, April 18, 2024
WDFS 258, 6:00 P.M.

Dr. Elise Zipkin is the Red Cedar Distinguished Associate Professor, Michigan State University

Past Lamberson Ecology speakers

March 12 2019 Dr. Trent McDonald, WEST Environmental & Statistical Consultants

March 2018 Barry Noon, Colorado State University

March 2017 Andy Royle, USGS Patuxent Wildlife Research Center

February 2016 Dan Doak University of Colorado, Boulder

February 2015 Brian Dennis of the University of Idaho

March 2014 - Wayne Getz of the University of California at Berkeley.

February 2013 - Colin W. Clark of the University of British Columbia

December 2011 - Dr. Simon Levin, Princeton University, Professor of Biology and Director of the Center for BioComplexity.

April 2011 - Dr. Alan Hastings, Distinguished Professor of Environmental Science and Policy at UC Davis

February 2010 - Dr. Marc Mangel, Distinguished Professor of Applied Mathematics and Statistics at University of California-Santa Cruz (UCSC) and a member of the California Academy of Science and the Royal Society of Edinburgh