Environmental Conservation
Comprehensive understanding of both current and future condition of stream habitats is essential for conserving and managing fishes and their habitats, and managers require the ability to integrate such information in a spatially-continuous and scalable format to aid management decisions. 

March 11, 2015
3:30 pm

Morrill Science Center, 134

 The Northeast US and Atlantic Canada share many of the same types of forests, wetlands, and natural communities, and from a species perspective the region is one contiguous forest. 

April 1, 2015
3:30 pm

Morrill Science Center, 134

Brian R. Sturtevant gives an overview on his research program investigating fire and insect disturbance and their interactions with human activities shaping forest landscapes. 

April 15, 2015
3:30 pm

Morrill Science Center, 134

Changes in regional forest composition in response to climate change are often predicted using niche-based models or biophysical process models that either do not account for or greatly simplify processes such as succession, dispersal, and tree harvest. 

April 29, 2015
3:30 pm

Morrill Science Center, 134