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Events & Seminars

Department of Biological Sciences
Noon in Cunningham Hall Room 101

  • January 24  Kelly Turner, Kent State University, Geography
    The socio-ecology of residential landscapes
  • January 31  Stephen Sebestyen, USDA Forest Service
    Coupled hydrological and biogeochemical processes that determine when and where unprocessed atmospheric nitrate is transported to streams
  • February 14  Juliana Medeiros, Holden Arboretum
    Natural History Collections: a key to understanding the ecological and evolutionary consequences of climate change
  • February 21  Jared Deforest, Ohio University
    Chemical climate change: the expanding role of phosphorus in eastern deciduous forests
  • March14  Amanda Brothers, Indiana University
    Evolutionary processes that shape genetic diversity within and among plant species: hybridization, pollination, and reproductive isolation
  • April 25  Rachel Poretsky, University of Illinois-Chicago
    TBA
  • May 2  Xinxin Lu, Kent State University, Biological Sciences
    TBA

Department of Geology
1:15 pm in McGilvrey Hall Room 234

  • February 7  Brian Lutz, Kent State University, Biological Sciences
    Mountaintop Removal Coal Mining and Hydraulic Fracturing: Comparing Impacts on Water Resources
  • February 14  Darin Croft, Case Western University
    Paleobiology of a late, great clade of South American herbivores
  • February 28  Christina Lopano, Department of Energy
    Mineral Reactions in Energy Systems
  • March 7  Rowan Martindale, Harvard University
    Triassic reefs in North America
  • March 14  James McManus, University of Akron
    The supply of iron from marine sediments to global ocean: isotope signatures & impacts of changing ocean chemistry
  • April 11  Nita Sahai, University of Akron
    The potential role of geochemical environments and minerals in protocell evolution

Holden Arboretum Scientist Lecture Series
7 pm in the Visitor's Center Reinberger Classroom

  • January 16  Susan Kalisz, University of Pittsburgh
    The good, the bad and the ungulate: Long-term experiments with native forest species, invaders and deer
  • February 20  Bryant C. Scharenbroch, Morton Arboretum
    Urban soil assessment and management for tree growth and longevity
  • March 13  Pierluigi "Enrico" Bonello, Ohio State University
    Phytophthora diseases of trees: From white oak decline in Ohio to sudden oak death in California

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