Starting on January 9, 2013, Director Tom DeLuca will kick off the SEFS Seminar Series (SEFS 550F) for the Winter Quarter with an introduction and the first topic, “Nitrogen dynamics in boreal ecosystems.” Check out the rest of the schedule below, and mark your calendars today!
The seminars, held in Anderson 223 on Wednesdays from 4 to 5 p.m., are open to all faculty, staff and students. Each week, a reception will follow in the Forest Room from 5 to 6:30 p.m. (Graduate students can receive course credit for attending 9 of 10 seminars by registering for SEFS 550F, SLN 20703. Please email email@example.com if you have any trouble registering.)
Introduction to SEFS Graduate Seminar Series: Nitrogen dynamics in boreal ecosystems
The really hidden half of the hidden half: The role of deep soil in forest ecocystem processes
Suffer the Buffers: Population Growth and Resource Degradation in Pre-Modern China
Cost-effective subwatershed targeting of agricultural conservation practices to address Gulf of Mexico hypoxia
Environmental stewardship, social equity and corporate profitability: Siblings or strangers?
How can we improve the production of fuels and chemicals from lignocellulosic biomass?
Reintroducing the water cycle in urban areas
3 p.m.: Managing for resilience: Sustaining mountaintop ecosystems in the presence of white pine blister rust
4 p.m.: Chaos in federal forest policy in PNW: The situation and a proposal
No seminar scheduled.
Modeling green‐up constraints in spatial forest planning