The University of Arizona

College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

Spring 2018 Seminar Series

Wednesdays, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
S107- ENR2 (unless otherwise noted)

Spring Seminar Schedule (PDF)

Date

Speaker(s)

Affiliation

Title

Location

17-Jan

Maria D’Orsugna

California State University, Northridge

Saving Italy from Big Oil: A Scientist’s Accidental Journey into Activism

ENR2 S107

24-Jan

Jeff Fehmi

University of Arizona

Safety and Professionalism for Field Research

ENR2 S107

31-Jan

Panel

University of Arizona

Inclusive Excellence Committee Panel

ENR2 S107

7-Feb

Andrew Richardson

Northern Arizona University

Phenology, Ecosystem Processes, and Climate Change: What We Are Learning from the PhenoCam Network

ENR2 S107

14-Feb

Stella Copeland

USGS

Describing Trends in Vegetation Recovery after Land Treatments in the Southwestern US with Associations between Environmental Variables, Satellite Greenness Patterns, and Ground-Based Measurements

ENR2 S107

21-Feb

Michael Dietze

Boston University

Forecasting Ecology in A Changing World

ENR2 S107

28-Feb

Gita Bodner

The Nature Conservancy

Aiming for a different impact factor: The Nature Conservancy’s approach to applied science

ENR2 S107

14-Mar

Andrew Kulmatiski

Utah State University

Harnessing the Power of Plant-Microbe Interactions

ENR2 S107

21-Mar

Leslie Roche

University of California, Davis

Sustainable working rangelands – management-research partnerships to create usable science

ENR2 S107

28-Mar

Virginia Matzek

Santa Clara University

Paying for Ecological Restoration with Carbon Credits: How do we get the Most Habitat Bang for our Carbon Buck?

ENR2 S107

4-Apr

Amy Ganguli

New Mexico State University

Using land potential and legacy effects to guide conservation practices on NM rangelands

ENR2 S107

11-Apr

Katharine Suding

University of Colorado, Boulder

The brave new world of ecological restoration: hubris, humility and the changing face of nature

ENR2 S107

18-Apr

Don Falk

University of Arizona

Disturbance, resilience and (maybe) evolution

ENR2 S107

25-Apr

David Schimel

NASA

Flux towers and cuvettes in the sky: new remote sensing techniques for ecological processes

ENR2 S107