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Seminar Series

 

On the 3rd Wednesday of every month we host a virtual Seminar Series from 9-10 AM, ET.  Each Seminar includes two short talks and time for Q&A.  This is a fantastic opportunity for members of our global network to meet in real-time to share their ForestGEO research. 


NEXT Seminar: February 16, 2022 | 9:00-10:00 AM, EST | register here

  • Helene Muller-Landau: "Interspecific variation in tree-liana interactions and the implications for forest dynamics"
  • Marcel Vaz: "Poor soils, rich forest: How leaf nutrients can mediate niche partitioning in the Central Amazon"

Helene + Marcel

Interested in presenting your ForestGEO research?  Reach out with an e-mail to Caly (McCarthyC@si.edu) or Lauren (KrizelL@si.edu).


We record the Seminars, and access to recordings is available upon request (McCarthyC@si.edu). 

Last month's speakers were:

  • Warren Brockelman: "Some research findings from the Mo Singto Plot: Why are there so few species of trees?"
  • Cameron Dow: "Warmer spring temperatures in temperate deciduous forests advance the timing of tree growth but have little effect on annual woody productivity"

You can find a complete list of previous speakers here.