Our first SEFS Seminar of the spring quarter is this week!
On Wednesday, April 3, hear from Matt Bogard, postdoc at SEFS, as he presents “Constraining terrestrial-aquatic exchanges of carbon and nutrients in coastal wetlands.” The seminar begins at 3:30 p.m. in the Forest Club Room (Anderson 207), and a reception will be held afterward.
We look forward to seeing you!
Spring 2019 SEFS Seminar Schedule
April 3 – Constraining terrestrial-aquatic exchanges of carbon and nutrients in coastal wetlands
Matt Bogard, post-doc, UW School of Environmental and Forest Sciences
April 10 – No SEFS Seminar this week due to the 2019 Sustaining Our World Lecture on April 11.
April 17 – The role of Washington’s private forests in mitigating global warming
Indroneil Ganguly, associate director, CINTRAFOR, UW School of Environmental and Forest Sciences
April 24 – A social-ecological analysis of management of collective forest in nature reserve in China
Yi Xie, professor, Beijing Forestry University; visiting scholar, University of Washington
May 1– Aviation fuels from biomass
Fernando Resende, assistant professor, UW School of Environmental and Forest Sciences
May 8 – Structure, growth and mortality in giant sequoia forests spanning the 2012-2015 California drought
Robert Van Pelt, affiliate assistant professor, UW School of Environmental and Forest Sciences
May 15 – TBA
May 22 – Effects of 21st century climate, land use and disturbances on ecosystem carbon balance in California
Benjamin Sleeter, land use and climate change team lead, Western Geographic Science Center, United States Geological Survey
May 29 – Biodiversity maintenance and ecosystem effects of large mammalian seed dispensers
Taal Levi, Oregon State University
June 5 – TBA