#Evol2014: See you in Raleigh!

Morning light Raleigh, NCEvolution 2014, the joint annual meeting of the the American Society of Naturalists, the Society of Systematic Biologists, and the Society for the Study of Evolution, begins this Friday in Raleigh, North Carolina. Many of us are already en route to the biggest regular professional meeting for our field. As you’re building your itinerary, may we suggest some talks given by Molecular Ecologist contributors? You could catch all four, if you move quickly between rooms on Sunday morning.
And once you’ve got our presentations on your list, let us know when yours is in the comments!

  • Kimberly Gilbert and Michael Whitlock. Evaluating methods for estimating effective population size in the presence of migration (372). Sunday, 22 June at 9:15 AM, room 306A. Session 2A_306A Methods for Migration.
  • John Stanton-Geddes, Andrew Nguyen, Nicholas Gotelli, and Sara Helms Cahan. Patterns of thermal stress tolerance vs resistance in genome-wide expression data of sympatric ant species (499). Sunday, 22 June at 9:30 AM, room 305B. Session 2A_305B Gene Expression.
  • Jeremy Yoder and Peter Tiffin. Population genetic and genomic identification of locally adapted loci (480). Sunday, June 22 at 3:15 PM, room 305 B. Session 2D_305B Genomics.
  • Andrea Thomaz, Mark Christie, and L. Lacey Knowles. River Networks and the Genetics of Aquatic Populations (6). Monday, 23 June at 10:55 AM, room 304. Session 3B_304 Lightning Talks: Evolution theory, methods, outreach.

About Jeremy Yoder

Jeremy B. Yoder is an Associate Professor of Biology at California State University Northridge, studying the evolution and coevolution of interacting species, especially mutualists. He is a collaborator with the Joshua Tree Genome Project and the Queer in STEM study of LGBTQ experiences in scientific careers. He has written for the website of Scientific American, the LA Review of Books, the Chronicle of Higher Education, The Awl, and Slate.
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