Spring 2009 Seminars

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January 27
Andrew Richardson, University of New Hampshire
"Vegetation phenology at scales from organism to biosphere:
Why it matters in a changing world” 12:15 PM, Speck Auditorium
February 3
Zoe Cardon, The Ecosystems Center, MBL
"Hydraulic redistribution of water by sagebrush in northern Utah"
12:15 PM, Speck Auditorium

February 10
Edward Rastetter, The Ecosystems Center, MBL
"Canopy N distributions: Leaf-level or canopy-level optimization?"
12:15 PM, Speck Auditorium

February 17
Matthew Wallenstein, NREL at Colorado State University
"Soil microbial physiology: Linking microbial communities to ecosystem function
12 noon, Speck Auditorium

February 24
Robert Humston,Washington and Lee University
"Using chemistry of fish otoliths to track recruitment exchange in river-tributary networks"
12:15 PM, Speck Auditorium

March 3 -- cancelled
Jackie Collier, State University of New York, Stony Brook
"Diversity and abundance of Labyrinthulomycetes, the most important marine decomposers you've (probably) never heard of"
12:15 PM, Speck Auditorium

March 10
Anne Bernhard, Connecticut College
"Diversity and distribution of ammonia oxidizing archaea in a salt marsh"
12:15 PM, Candle House 104/105

March 17
Eric Kasischke, University of Maryland
"Vulnerability of Alaskan black spruce forests to variations in climate and the fire regime"
12:15 PM, Speck Auditorium

March 31
Pamela Templer, Boston University
"Fate of nitrogen in terrestrial ecosystems: A synthesis of 15 N studies.”
12:15 PM, Speck Auditorium

April 7
Scott Goetz, Woods Hole Research Center
"Implications of recent changes in fire disturbance and vegetation productivity at high latitude"
12:15 PM, Candle House 104/105

April 21
Compton Tucker, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
"A 27-year NDVI photosynthetic capacity climatology from satellite data: Trends, anomalies, and weirdness"
12:15 PM, Speck Auditorium

April 28
Peter Raymond, Yale University
"The importance of hydrologic events to DOM export from watersheds."
12:15 PM, Candle House 104/105

May 5
Erika Edwards, Brown University
"Why do C4 grasses live where they do? Discerning physiological factors from historical contingency"
12:15 PM, Speck Auditorium

May 12
Erin Kinney, MBL,
"Nitrogen loading to Great South Bay, NY: Land use, sources, and transport from land to Bay."
12:15 PM, Candle House 104/105

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