Cary Institute’s Scientific Seminar Series provides a forum for engaging with researchers from around the world. Lectures are geared toward an academic audience, with a focus on current scientific advances as they relate to ecosystem science, environmental management, and science education. This year’s lectures will be presented virtually, and include moderated Q&A. Lectures are held on Thursdays at 11AM EDT via Zoom and are free and open to all. Registration is required.
Mal-(adaptation) to Urban Heat Islands
Speaker: Dr. Sarah E. Diamond, Case Western Reserve University
Linking Pasture Management & Delivery of Belowground Ecosystem Services
Speaker: Dr. Chris Wilson, University of Florida
Droughts: Evidence for Hydrological Refuges on Shallow Water Table Forests?
Speaker: Dr. Flavia Costa, Brazilian National Institute for Amazonian Research
Insights into Forest Ecology from Drone Remote Sensing
Speaker: Dr. KC Cushman, NASA Jet Propulsion Lab