Spring 2012 Seminars

Seminar Archive Prior to Fall 2012:
Fall 2008 | Spring 2009 | Fall 2009 | Spring 2010
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January 17
Juliette Rooney-Varga, University of Massachusetts Lowell. "Relationships between soil organic matter, nutrients, bacterial community structure, and the performance of microbial fuel cells." 12:15 PM, Speck Auditorium.

January 31
Steve Frolking, University of New Hampshire. "Peatlands in the 21st century climate system: State of knowledge and a modelling perspective." 12:15 PM, Speck Auditorium.

February 7
Sergio Fagherazzi, Boston University. " The coupled morphological and biological evolution of intertidal landscapes." 12:15 PM, Speck Auditorium.

February 14
Erik Hobbie, University of New Hampshire. " Bomb carbon and FACE studies reveal widespread organic nitrogen use by mycorrhizal fungi" 12:15 PM, Speck Auditorium.

February 21
Inke Forbrich, MBL Ecosystems Center. "Upscaling of methane emissions in a boreal peatland – observations and modelling." 12:15 PM, Speck Auditorium.

February 28
Karina V. Schäfer, Rutgers University. " Temporal and spatial dynamics of CO2 and CH4 fluxes in temperate urban wetlands." 12:15 PM, Speck Auditorium

March 6
Eri Saikawa, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. "Process modeling of global soil nitrous oxide emissions - past, present, and future." 12:15 PM, Loeb G70

March 13
Maureen Conte, MBL Ecosystems Center. "Weather in the ocean abyss: Particle rain, storms and hurricanes in the deep Sargasso Sea." 12:15 PM, Speck Auditorium

March 20
Christopher Algar, MBL Ecosystems Center. "A maximum entropy production (MEP) based model of nitrogen cycling processes in anoxic marine sediments." 12:15 PM, Speck Auditorium

March 27
Pete Countway Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences. "Diversity and function of microbial eukaryotes at deep-sea hydrothermal vents." 12:15 PM,  Speck Auditorium

April 3
Roisin Commane, Harvard University. "Forest fluxes of carbonyl sulfide: Balancing photosynthetic and soil uptake." 12:15 PM, Speck Auditorium

April 11
Scott Ollinger, University of New Hampshire. "Sources of variability in canopy spectra and the convergent properties of plants." 12:15PM, Speck Auditorium.

April 17
Erika Sudderth, Brown University. "Understanding links among soil, plant, and ecosystem responses to climate change." 12:15. Speck Auditorium

April 24
Nuria Fernandez Gonzalez, MBL Ecosystems Center and Bay Paul Center. "Testing the theory of Maximum Entropy Production using methanotrophic microbial communities: A mesocosm approach." 12:15 PM. Speck Auditorium

May 1
Peter Raymond, Yale University. "Controls on regional and global riverine carbon fluxes." 12:15 PM, Speck Auditorium

May 8
Wally Fulweiler, Boston University. "A different kind of dam: The influence of terrestrial vegetation on silica export to coastal waters." 12:15 PM, Speck Auditorium

May 15
Kevin Kroeger, USGS. “Dinitrogen, denitrification and anammox in submarine groundwater discharge zones.” 12:15 PM, Lillie Auditorium


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