Spring 2015 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 1223.
Jan 28: Patricia Hartman, Auburn Library
Library Services, Copyright Basics, & Open Access
Feb 4: Joseph Dahlen, University of Georgia’s Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources
Southern Pine Wood Quality in the 21st Century
*Feb. 11: Zhaofei Fan, SFWS
Snag management and biological invasion of Chinese tallow (Triadica sebifera) in the coastal region of Gulf of Mexico
Feb. 18: Christopher Rota, Department of Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences at the University of Missouri
The context of forest disturbance matters: differential response of Black-backed woodpeckers to fire and mountain pine beetle infestations in the Black Hills, South Dakota
Feb. 25: David Blersch, Biosystems Engineering, Auburn
Rethinking the algal bloom: Ecological engineering of large-scale algal cultivation for urban water quality restoration.
Mar. 4: Patrick Jernigan, MeadWestvaco
MeadWestvaco Eucalyptus Program
Advisory Board Meeting
Mar. 18: Henry Quesada, Virginia Tech
Payments for Environmental Services: The Case of Costa Rica
April 1: Steven Gray, University of Massachusetts, Boston, School for the Environment
Using Mental Models to Understand Human-Environment
April 8: Theron Terhune ,Tall Timbers Research Station & Land Conservancy
Pining for Bobwhites: where research meets management
April 15: Prabhakar Clement, Department of Civil Engineering
Authorship credits vs. responsibilities – why do we need a paradigm shift?
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!