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.
September 18: Elizabeth Burakowski, University of New Hampshire
October 2: Anthony Chappaz, Central Michigan University
October 16: Steve Pacala, Princeton University
October 23: John Albertson, Cornell University
November 6: Heidi Nepf, MIT
November 13: David Butman, University of Washington
December 4: Orencio Duran Vincent, Virginia Institute of Marine Sciences
February 6: Andrew Reinmann, Boston University
Forest edge effects: Are we overlooking an important perturbation to the terrestrial carbon cycle?
February 13: Rebecca Hernandez, University of California Davis
The land-energy-ecology nexus: Energy impacts on land-cover change, techno-ecological synergies of solar energy, and the future energy landscape
February 27: Daniel Hernandez, Carlton College
Managing impacts of nitrogen pollution on threatened species and ecosystems
March 13: Jen Bowen, Northeastern University
15 years of nutrient enrichment alters salt marsh sediment bacterial and fungal communities
March 20: David Basler, University of Basel, Switzerland
Phenology as key factor for tree growth and survival
April 10: Maria Uriarte, Columbia University
April 24: Alan Betts, Atmospheric Research, Pittsford, VT
Hydroclimatology – an integrated view
May 1: Andrew Elmore, University of Maryland
From the mountains to the sea: New insights into mid-Atlantic forest and stream response to climate
Image: Harvard Forest; Rose Abramoff.