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Autumn 2016 Seminar Series

Seminars are Fridays at 11:00 a.m. Eastern Time, unless otherwise noted. They are held in the Harvard Forest Seminar Room and also can be joined online via webstreaming.

Seminars are free and open to the public; no pre-registration is required.

For additional information, contact Audrey Barker Plotkin (aabarker(at)fas.harvard.edu). 

  • Friday, September 23, -
    Cynthia Henshaw – East Quabbin Land Trust
    Meeting the mission of a small regional land trust: priorities of the East Quabbin Land Trust
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    OPEN TO PUBLIC
  • Friday, September 30, -
    Robert Fahey – University of Connecticut
    Assessing linkages between forest structural complexity and ecosystem functioning and applications to ecologically-focused forest management
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    OPEN TO PUBLIC
  • Friday, October 7, -
    Joe Elkinton – University of Massachusetts
    Gypsy moth population ecology: a new outbreak in New England of a formerly major pest
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    OPEN TO PUBLIC
  • Friday, October 21, -
    Alan Tepley – Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute
    Vulnerability and resilience of temperate forest landscapes to changing fire regimes and altered post-fire forest recovery dynamics
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    OPEN TO PUBLIC
  • Friday, October 28, -
    Sarah Cowles – University of Southern California School of Architecture
    Sylviculture: metaphor, narrative and aesthetics in forest gardens
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    OPEN TO PUBLIC
  • Friday, November 4, -
    David Basler – University of Basel (Switzerland) and Harvard Bullard Fellow
    Title TBA
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    OPEN TO PUBLIC
  • Friday, December 2, -
    Michael Reed – Tufts University and Harvard Bullard Fellow
    Title TBA
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    OPEN TO PUBLIC
  • Friday, December 9, -
    Kate Ballantine – Mount Holyoke College
    Long-term development and ecosystem functions of restored wetlands
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    OPEN TO PUBLIC
  • Fall Seminar Series
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