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Presented By: Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

EEB Thursday Seminar: Predicting behavior in a changing world: sensory resilience and climate change

Emília Martins, Professor, Arizona State University

Sceloporus lizard on a rock Sceloporus lizard on a rock
Sceloporus lizard on a rock
Our weekly seminar series featuring internal and external speakers in the field of ecology and evolutionary biology.

Abstract
Whether organisms survive climate change depends on their abilities to sense environmental shifts and to respond accordingly. We can use evolutionary inferences about historical changes in sensory behavior to predict future resilience to climate change. Here, I illustrate this process with our own studies of Sceloporus lizard communication and wild zebrafish social behavior.

This event will be in person and livestreamed (see link this page).

Image: Stephanie M. Campos

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