The Forestry and Environmental Resources Seminars are open to anyone interested. This weekly seminar series is part of the course for students enrolled in NR601, FOR601 and FOR801.
All department seminars will be remote events for Spring 2021 on Mondays from 12:50 pm – 1:40 pm. Due to campus restrictions surrounding COVID-19, the seminars will be zoom events during this semester. Information will be shared to faculty and students. If you would like to login for events, please contact Sarah Slover.
February 1 – Camcore: Global Partners, Forest Tree Breeding, Gene Conservation
February 8 – Assessing Dungeness River Functionality and Effectiveness of Best Management Practices (BMPs) Using an Ecological Functional Approach
February 15 – Genetic applications for examining source-sink dynamics in wildlife management
February 22 – Research Directions for the Christmas Tree Genetics Program
Dr. Justin Whitehill, Assistant Professor, Christmas Tree Genetics Program Lead
Co-Director Forest Biotechnology Group
March 1 – Waste and Water Management with Trees
March 8 – Effects of species conversion on transpiration and streamflow in the Piedmont of North Carolina
March 15 – Capturing fuel heterogeneity as an essential step for mechanistically understanding wildfire fire behavior and fire effects
March 22 – Monitoring Southern Appalachian Forests with Rapidly-Evolving Technology
March 29 –Using the whole toolbox: integrated forest pest management and the case of the hemlock woolly adelgid
April 5 – Ecology of American Black Bears in an Urban Environment
April 12 – Student Presentations – timed brief presentations by six students.
April 19 – Student Presenatations – timed brief presentations by six students.
April 26 – Student Presentations and Awards