Slides from ESA 2015

Had a great time at the 100th ESA meeting in Baltimore last week. A big thanks to Dave Miller, Evan Grant, and Charles Yackulic for the invitation to present in their organized session on the use of dynamic models for predicting range shifts. I thought every presentation in the session was great, and if classes hadn’t started up already, I’d have a lot more to say about the topic and the meeting itself. But alas, I have to prepare for two lectures tomorrow! Here are my slides:

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