Friday, April 22, 2011

Two seminars for Monday 25th April

Next week's EEMB Seminar speaker will be Dr. Stephanie Pau, who is currently a post-doc at NCEAS. Her research incorporates field studies with remote sensing and paleo-ecological methods in order to investigate ecosystem responses to climate variability. Stephanie's talk is titled:
"Investigating diversity and ecosystem function at multiple spatial and temporal scales"
The seminar will take place on Monday April 25 from 4-5pm in the MSRB auditorium.


CCBER is pleased to announce that our Monday evening seminar will feature local botanical expert,
Mary Carroll who will focus on identifying local grasses.
Monday 25th, 6-7pm, Harder 1013.

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