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TCBES Weekly Seminar- Rewildling a tropical island: Guam

Location: Wentworth Hall room 9

Tropical Conservation Biology and Environmental Science
Weekly Seminar

Title: Rewildling a tropical island: lost frugivores and seed dispersal on Guam

Speaker: Evan Rehm, UC Santa Barbara

When: Monday, 4 December, 4:00 pm

Where: Wentworth 9

All are welcome!

For more information, contact: jtsutton@hawaii.edu 1 (808) 932-7183

Tags: TCBES Guam frugivores seed dispersal ecology ecosystem

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