Environmental Sciences Fall 2012 Seminar Series
The Fall Environmental Sciences Seminar Series is sponsored by the NRESS Ph.D. Program, the Earth Systems Research Center (ESRC), the Department of Natural Resources and the Environment, and the Department of Earth Sciences.
These seminars are open to the public and will be held Fridays at 3:10 pm in James Hall G46, unless otherwise noted.
Should Stream-Groundwater Interactions be Used to
Establish Significant Nexus Under the Clean Water Act? (flyer)
Ecosystem Feedbacks in a 21st Century Climate: Carbon, Nitrogen, and Land Cover Change
Does N Deposition Lead to a Stronger or Weaker Carbon Sink in a Nutrient-limited Peatland?
|November 9||Northern Peatlands and the Carbon Cycle in the Context of Late-glacial and Holocene Climate Change
Miriam Jones, Research Geologist Eastern Geology and Paleoclimate Science Center, USGS
|November 16||Relative Importance of Environmental Change and Interspecific Interactions on Species Distributions
Richard Chandler, Research Biologist, Patuxent Wildlife Research Center, USGS
|November 30||From Grounding Zones to Calving Fronts: An End-to-End Look at Antarctic Ice Shelves
Kelly Brunt, Assistant Research Scientist, Cryospheric Sciences Laboratory, NASA
|December 7||How Do Organism Responses to Temperature Modify Forest Carbon and Nitrogen Dynamics?
Mark Bradford, Assistant Professor of Terrestrial Ecosystem Ecology, Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies