Spring 2016 Seminars
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.
- Jan 20: John Lehrter, US EPA’s Gulf Breeze Lab, Pensacola, FL
Nutrient Enhanced Coastal Acidification and Hypoxia
- Jan 27: Michelle D. Prysby, Virginia Master Naturalist Program; Dept. of Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation;Virginia Tech
Engaging the public in natural resource conservation: A decade of the Virginia Master Naturalist program
- Feb 3: RichVlosky, Louisiana State University Agricultural Center/Forest Products Development Center
Wood Energy: A Game Changer in the Global Forest Products Industry
- Feb. 10: Hui Wan, Dept. Sustainable Bioproducts, Mississippi State University
Developing strategies to improve OSB quality while maintaining cost
- Feb. 17: Jacek Siry, Center for Forest Business & Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, Univ. of Ga.
Sustainability. Forestry. Economics.
- *Feb. 24: Zhaofei “Joseph” Fan, SFWS
Using GPS-mapped data to study the effect of landscape structure and management activities on the spread of Chinese tallow along the Gulf of Mexico coastal region
- Mar. 2: Krista A. Capps, University of Georgia, Odum School of Ecology & Savannah River Ecology Laboratory
The functional role of consumers in ecosystems: the conservation implications of managing organisms to preserve ecosystem function
- Mar. 9: Daowei Zhang, SFWS
Money for Signatures or Signatures for Money: An Empirical Analysis of the 2007 Tree Act
- Mar. 16: Spring Break, No seminar will be offered.
- *Mar. 23: Zachary Farris, Virginia Tech, Department of Fish & Wildlife Conservation
Poaching, exotics, and fragmentation: Investigating the factors influencing Madagascar’s endemic fauna across the Masoala-Makira landscape
- Mar. 30: SFWS Advisory Board Meeting, No seminar will be offered.
- April 6: Navideh Noori, SFWS
Macroepidemiology of poliomyelitis throughout the world
- April 13: Graeme Lockaby, SFWS
Influence of Forest to Urban Conversion on Incidence of West Nile Virus near Atlanta
Forestry and Football: Game-day continuing education series at Weagle Woods
** All Gameday seminars take place in Weagle Woods, 3 hours prior to kickoff
Information coming soon!