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: December 15, 2021 | 9:00-10:00 AM, EST | register here
- Iveren Abiem: "To what extent do factors influencing species trajectories in lowland tropical forests apply to Afromontane counterparts?"
- Nidhi Vinod: "Thermal sensitivity across forest vertical profiles: patterns, mechanisms, and ecological implications - a review"
We record the Seminars, and access to recordings is available upon request (McCarthyC@si.edu).
Last month's speakers were:
- Adam Martin: "Patterns and (Serious) Impacts of Beech Bark Disease in an Unmanaged Temperate Forest"
- Brian Enquist: "An Introduction to the San Emilio Forest Dynamics Plot: Assessing the drivers underlying four decades of change in a neotropical seasonally dry forest"
You can find a complete list of previous speakers here.