Dietze’s talk was titled “The PEcAn Project: A Community Platform for Synthesis & Forecasting Ecosystems.”
To learn more about Dietze’s work, check out his profile page.
Earth & Environment Professor Bruce Anderson will be at UMass Lowell this coming Tuesday, October 7th, to take part in Climate Change Teach-In.
The event “Taking the High Ground: Real Actions to Address Global Climate Change” will feature Anderson, Dr. John Sterman of MIT, and Somerville Mayor Joseph Curtatone. Together the speakers will address climate change, communication, and policies related to society’s choices regarding climate change and how those choices will impact our collective future.
The event will be held from 4 to 6 pm at Cumnock Hall on the North Campus of UMass Lowell.
Registration is free and open to the the public, but space is limited to register early!
The panel, which includes Hutyra, Janetos, and several other distinguished University faculty members, will be discussing the topic “Advancing the Human Condition: An Agenda for Research and Education.”
The lecture will be held tonight from 5:30 to 7:00 in the TSAI auditorium in CAS.
All members of the BU community are encouraged to attend.
The seminar is on “The Future of Urban Housing: Enhancing Energy Efficiency” and will feature Kaufmann and Mechanical Engineer Associate Professor Michael Gevelber and will be moderated by Pardee Senior Research Associate Enrique R. Silva.
Limited seating is available and RSVP is required by this Friday, September 12th. Lunch will also be served at the event beginning at 11:30.
To learn more about Robert Kaufmann’s work, check out his profile page.
Earth & Environment Assistant Professor Lucy Hutyra will be giving her tenure talk this coming Monday at noon in room CAS 132.
The title of Hutyra’s talk is “Terrestrial carbon emissions & exchange: Looking across the landscape to the atmosphere.”
All members of the department are encouraged to attend and support Lucy.
Lucy Hutyra, Tony Janetos to participate in the first annual Gerald and Deanne Gitner Family CAS Lecture
Two members of the Department of Earth & Environment will be featured in the inaugural Gerald and Deanne Gitner Family CAS Lecture.
Assistant Professor Lucy Hutyra and Professor Tony Janetos will be featured as part of the “Advancing the Human Condition: An Agenda for Research and Education” lecture on Thursday September 18th from 5:30 – 7:00 pm in the TSAI auditorium.
Participating in the panel with Hutyra and Janetos are Rosella Cappella from the Dept. of Political Science, Sharon Goldberg from the Dept. of Computer Science, Joe Harris from the Dept. of Sociology, Jeremy Menchik from the Pardee School of Global Studies, Henrik Selin from the Pardee School of Global Studies, Dean Virginia Sapiro of CAS and Dean Adil Najam of the Pardee School of Global Studies.
All members of the Boston University community are welcome to attend.
Earth & Environment Ph.D. candidate Qingsong Sun is set to defend his dissertation tomorrow, Wednesday August 6th, at 2 pm in CAS 132.
Sun’s dissertation is titled “Assessing Change in the Earth’s Land Surface Albedo with Moderate Resolution Satellite Imagery.”
All are encouraged to attend and support Qingsong as he completes his Ph.D.
Earth & Environment PhD candidate Nora Sullivan will be defending her PhD dissertation this Friday June 27th at 10 am in CAS B36.
Her dissertation is titled “Advances in Sm-Nd geochronology: applications to early earth garnet, hydrothermal carbonate, and high temperature metamorphic systems.”
All are welcome to attend the defense.
Earth & Environment Ph.D. candidate Jared Woollacott will be presenting research this Sunday at the World Congress of Environmental Resource Economists.
The conference is being held June 28 to July 2 in Istanbul, Turkey.
Woollacott will be presenting research on the “costs and ancillary benefits of carbon policy in the US electric sector.”
Conor Gately gives invited presentation at Global Emissions Initiative (GEIA) Conference in Colorado
Gately’s invited presentation was titled “A new annual 1 km gridded CO2 emissions inventory for the United States, 1980-2012″ and was the collaborative work of Gately and Assistant Professor Lucy Hutyra and Associate Professor Ian Sue Wing.
Gately is a Ph.D. candidate in Geography studying carbon emissions from transportation and the effects of urban form on travel behaviors.
Gately is advised by Sue Wing and Hutyra jointly.