Fall Seminar Series
Oregon State University Biological and Ecological Engineering Department and the Conservation Biology Institute are proud to announce the:
Corvallis Climate Change Impacts Research Community Fall Seminar Series
Many scientists in Corvallis on and off campus are doing climate change research. This seminar series will illustrate some of the climate change impacts research that is being done towards a better understanding of the various issues associated with documenting and attributing change.
Every Wednesday (2-3pm) during Fall Term @ OSU ALS 4000
- September 26 (Heather Lintz, OSU) - Tree species decline and migration: What is happening now in the Northwest? And Why?
- October 3 Cancelled Due to Electricity Outage
- October 10 (Seth Wiggins, OSU) - Rangeland Carbon Sequestration on Pacific Northwest Rangelands
- October 17 (Anita Morzillo, OSU) - Opportunities to integrate human-nature conflicts and preferences in natural resource and climate decision-making
- October 24 (David King, OSU) - Quantitative Forecasting of Climate Change Impacts at Wind Cave National Park
- October 31 (Andy Gray, USFS) - Changes in carbon storage on forest lands in the Pacific Northwest
- November 7 (Denise Lach, OSU) - Understanding the Impacts of Climate Change in Complex Socio-ecological Systems
- November 14 (Bob McKane, EPA) - Climate change effects on watershed hydrological and biogeochemical processes
- November 21 (John Bailey, OSU) - A framework for evaluating the impact of climate change on northern spotted owl habitat in dry forest types
- November 28 (Debbie Reusser & Henry Lee, Newport USGS & EPA) - Predicting the relative vulnerability of near-coastal species to climate change using a rule based ecoinformatics approach
This fall seminar series (CRN # 20638) is 1 credit for OSU students. For non-students please join us at anytime, these seminars are free and open to the public.