Workshops will be held January 9, 2017 at the Environment and Natural Resources building on the University of Arizona campus – a fantastic new building designed to look like a slot canyon. Address = ENR2, 1064 Lowell St, Tucson, AZ.
To get to the workshops from the Tucson Marriott Hotel: Use this map
Full descriptions of each workshop can be seen by clicking on the workshop title.
You can register for workshops on the registration page (choose the workshop/fieldtrip ticket if you’ve already registered. Specific workshops can be chosen under ‘additional items’ after the question section.
Half-day workshops (morning) ($65)
Meta-community phylogenetics and historical biogeography in Lifemapper. (Organizers: Jorge Sóberon et. al.) canceled
An overview of new surface and satellite-based climatologies available for biogeographers and ecologists: confidence and uncertainty assessments. (Organizers: Michael W. Douglas, John F. Mejia) (8:00 am – 12 noon, $65)
Half-day workshops (afternoon) ($65)
Analyzing paleoecological data: Best practices and current resources . (Organizers: Jessica L. Blois, Edward B. Davis, Robert K. Booth) (12:30 pm – 4:30 pm, $65)
Integrating and cleaning biodiversity data: Workflows to model ranges and merge associated ecological, phylogenetic, and trait information. (Organizers: Cory Merow et. al.) (12:30 pm – 4:30 pm, $65)
Full-day workshops ($110)
Introduction to Network Analysis in Biogeography. (Organizer: Eric A. Treml) (8:00 – 4:30 pm, $110)
Introduction to the analysis of messy data. (Organizer: Péter Sólymos) (8:00 – 4:30 pm, $110)