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: Wednesday, February 17, 2021 | 9-10 AM, ET | register here
- Chris Wills: "Interactions Between All Pairs of Neighboring Trees in 16 Forests Worldwide: Ecological Processes and Evolutionary Histories"
- Kristina Anderson-Teixeira: "Using tree-ring records to simultaneously characterize the influence of climate, tree size, and slowly changing environmental drivers on annual growth"
We record the Seminars, and access to recordings is available upon request (McCarthyC@si.edu). Last month's speakers were:
- Bailey McNichol: "Topographic niches of woody species at a biogeographic crossroads in the Midwestern USA"
- Moses Libalah: "Interspecific demographic variation among growth-forms of tropical rainforests trees"
You can find a complete list of previous speakers here.