You are here

Harvard Forest Fall Seminar Series Begins September 5th

September 1, 2003
Printer-friendly version

The Harvard Forest seminars are an interdisciplinary forum for invited speakers to present research on a wide range of ecological topics. The fall series runs from September 5 through December 19. Lectures are free and open to the public and are held Fridays at 11:00am. September speakers include:

  • David Lindenmayer, Australian National University and Harvard Bullard Fellow speaking on Two decades of research in a giant eucalypt forest - the montane ash forests of Victoria, south-eastern Australia.
  • Thomas R. Sinclair - United States Department of Agriculture and Harvard Bullard Fellow speaking on Resource limitations to increasing plant productivity.

A full seminar schedule is now available. 

Content Tags: