Environmental Sciences Fall 2007 Seminar Series
The Environmental Sciences Seminar is sponsored by the NRESS Ph.D. Program, The Department of Earth Sciences, The Department of Natural Resources and The Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans and Space (EOS).
These seminars are open to the public and will be held Thursdays at 4pm with refreshments at 3:30 pm in James Hall 303, unless otherwise noted.
"The Global Crisis of Seagrass Decline"
"The Biocomplexity of River-road Networks and Human Behaviors"
"An Oceanographer Looks At Amino Acid Cycling in Soils: Why Dont' The Soil Bacteria Do Their Job?"
"Tropical Forests and Global Change: New Strategies for Reducing CO2 Emissions from Deforestation."
"Watching Rapid Ice Loss In West Greenland"
"Solute Sources and Storm Flowpaths in a Tropical Watershed"
No seminar today
"Biogeochemistry Of Suburban Basins-Putting People Into The Landscape"
No Seminar - Thanksgiving
"Optical Properties of Absorbing Aerosols As A Function of Relative Humidity"
"Mycorrhizae and C/N Dynamics in Semiarid Ecosystems: Integrating Rapid Sensors, Pattern Analysis, and Isotopic Data"