The biogeoscience seminar series provides a forum for student, postdoc, and faculty interaction, to highlight BU research, and to provide a venue for high profile speakers from outside of Boston University. Each seminar is followed by a reception.
All seminars are held on Mondays 3:30-4:30 pm on Zoom.
September 21: Belinda Medlyn, Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment, Western Sydney University
“Predicting forest responses to global change”
Host: Michael Dietze
October 5: Samuel Munoz, Marine and Environmental Sciences, Northeastern University
“Riverine floods in the late Holocene: insights from muds and models”
Host: Sergio Fagherazzi
October 26: Cara Magnabosco, Department of Earth Sciences, ETH Zurich University
“The co-evolution of life and our planet”
Host: Jeffrey Marlow
November 2: Serita Frey, Natural Resources and the Environment, University of New Hampshire
“Going Underground: Unearthing the Role of the Soil Microbiome in a Warmer, Fertilized World”
Host: Biogeoscience Graduate Students & Postdocs
November 9: Tiara Moore, University of Washington and The Nature Conservancy
“Eutrophic estuaries and racist systems, a love story”
Host: Wally Fulweiler
November 23: Erika Marin-Spiotta, Department of Geography, University of Wisconsin-Madison
“Out of sight, out of mind? Geographic variability in soil carbon response to disturbance”
Host: Pam Templer
Image: Harvard Forest; Rose Abramoff.