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: January 18, 2023 at 9-10 AM, EST | REGISTER HERE
*Please note there will not be a seminar in December*
- German Vargas G.: "Understanding the distribution of drought tolerance in tropical forests"
- Justin Mathias: "Differential isotope-inferred leaf gas exchange strategies explain responses of Quercus rubra and Liriodendron tulipifera intrinsic water use efficiency to air pollution and climate change."
Interested in presenting your ForestGEO research, or nominating a speaker? Reach out with an e-mail to Lauren (KrizelL@si.edu).
We record the Seminars, and access to recordings is available upon request (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Our November speakers were:
- Maria Uriarte
- Joseph LaManna
You can find a complete list of previous speakers here.