Seminars are scheduled for Monday afternoons from 4 to 5pm in Wecota(SWC)-100 (the Sunroom).
|FEB 3 ||Troy Grovenburg, SDSU NRM |
Targeting conservation on unprotected lands in the USFWS Mountain-Prairie Region
|FEB 10 ||Zhenguo Niu, Institute of Remote Sensing, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing |
China wetlands mapping by remote sensing
|FEB 24 ||Sandeep Kumar, SDSU Plant Science |
Impacts of elevated temperature and precipitation on soil N2O fluxes
|MAR 17 ||Thomas Albright, University of Nevada, Reno |
Informing conservation in a changing & heterogeneous world - an animal's perspective?
|MAR 31 ||Justin Dohn, Colorado State University|
Tree-grass interactions in global savannas: Investigating the effects of climate, environmental stress and neighborhood density
|APR 14 ||David Pyke, USGS-Corvallis|
Restoring Greater Sage-Grouse habitat -- A hierarchical landscape process
|APR 21 ||Dana Infante, Michigan State University|
Characterizing landscape influences on stream fish assemblages: Implications for national assessment of stream habitats
|Week of APR 28
||Holtry Distinguished Lecturer:|
Professor Karen Seto, Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies
|DEC 9 ||Student Ignite (Open to the Public).
Scientific communication in a community setting: Student-organized and presented Ignite Session