SFWS Seminar Series

SFWS Seminar Series is held Wednesdays from 11 am - 12 pm; refreshments provided and CFEs are available. Held in room 1101 unless noted with asterisk (*) - those will be in room 1221. Print a PDF version of the schedule.

  • Aug. 31, Eric Reutebuch, Alabama Water Watch, Auburn University
    Alabama Water Watch Water Monitoring: Applications at the Community, County and State Level
  •  Sept. 7, Brian Via, SFWS
    A Systematic and Collaborative Approach to Sustainable Bioproduct Development: From Seedling to End Use
  • *Sept. 14, Liba Pejchar, Department of Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Biology at Colorado State University
    Rare birds, forest restoration and ecosystem services: case studies from Hawaii
  • *Sept. 21, Dana Nelson, USDA Forest Service, Southern Research Station
    Rapid response to forest tree pests: Is genetic resistance feasible?
  • Sept. 28, Chip Frazier, Department of Sustainable Biomaterials, Virginia Tech
    Natural, biogenic formaldehyde in wood
  • Oct. 5, Paige Ferguson, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Alabama
    Applying quantitative ecology to natural resource conservation
  • Oct. 12, Taylor Stein, University of Florida School of Forest Resources and
    Why Take a Hike on a Long Distance Trail?  Integrating Tourism and Recreation through Research
  • Oct. 19, Kozma Naka, Alabama A & M University
    Growing loblolly pine trees in a silvopasture system in Western Alabama
  • *Oct. 26, Richard Hall, Portfolio Manager, Forest Investment Associates and
    Instructor, SFWS
    A brief overview of U.S. timberland investments
  • Nov. 2, Jasmeet Lamba, Biosystems Engineering Department, Auburn University
    Multi-Scale Investigations to Characterize Sediment and Nutrient Transport Processes
    in an Agricultural Watershed
  • *Nov. 9, William Gulsby, SFWS
    Examining the complex interactions among landscape and stand level vegetation characteristics and coyote predation on fawns in the Southeast
  • Nov. 16, Tom Beckley, Faculty of Forestry and Environmental Management, University of New Brunswick
    SKYPE Seminar – Navigating public values and citizen engagement on technical resource management issues: Evidence from a citizen jury in New Brunswick, Canada
  • Nov. 23, No Seminar - Thanksgiving
  • *Nov. 30, Ram Pandit, School of Agricultural and Resource Economics (M089); Faculty of Science; University of Western Australia
    Economic value of trees (tree cover) in residential neighbourhood: Evidence from an Australian city


Forestry and Football: Game-day continuing education series at Weagle Woods

 ** All Gameday seminars take place in Weagle Woods, 3 hours prior to kickoff

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