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 in CAS 132.
Sept 12: Wilfred M. Wollheim, University of New Hampshire
The importance of aquatic ecosystem function at watershed to regional scales
Sept 19: Chad Higgins, Oregon State University
Distributed measurement techniques reveal previously unseen atmospheric phenomenon
Oct 3: Jeremy Shakun, Boston College
The long view on climate change, from the Ice Age to the Anthropocene
Oct 17: Alexandra Konings, Stanford University
Ecosystem-scale variations in plant hydraulic behavior
Oct 24: Rebecca Hernandez, University of California Davis
Fertility islands and SIC/SOC in the Mojave
Nov 14: Ralph Keeling, Scripps Institute of Oceanography
Feb 6: Joe Santanello, NASA
Feb 27: Daniel Hernandez, Carleton
March 27: Maria Uriarte, Columbia University
Image: Harvard Forest; Rose Abramoff.