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Geospatial Science & Engineering Seminar Series: Spring 2014
Ecosystem Processes at Landscape and Regional Scales

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

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