ECo UNVEIL Seminars (part 2)

Dr. Daniel Zuleta        Research Website Seminar Title: Forest diversity and dynamics under global change Tuesday October 3rd, 11:30am-12:30pm Holdsworth Hall, room 105 (Zoom link) Host Dept: Environmental Conservation Dr. Peter Chutcharavan       Research Website       Seminar Title: Coastal archives of past sea-level change Monday October 2nd, 12:20pm-1:20pm Morrill Science Center II, room 129 (Zoom link) Host Dept: Earth, Geographic and Climate Sciences Dr. Alyssa Stansfield   Research Website Seminar Title: Modeling Earth's Hydroclimate Across Scales Monday October 2nd, 2:30pm-3:20pm Morrill Science Center II, room 129 (Zoom Link) Host Dept: Earth, Geographic and Climate Sciences ...
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ECo UNVEIL Fellow Research Seminars (part 1)

Dr. Adela Roa-Varon    Research Website Seminar Title: Fish Systematics in the 21st Century: Bridging Gaps from Taxonomy to Conservation in a Changing Planet Monday October 2nd, 4:00pm-5:00pm Morrill Science Center II, room 222 (Zoom Link Meeting ID: 924 9006 1390 Passcode: UNVEIL2023) Host Dept: Biology   Dr. Yaamini Venkatamaran   Research Website Seminar Title: You win some, you lose some: How phenotypic plasticity shapes resilience to climate change Monday October 2nd, 11:30am-12:30pm Morrill Science Center II, room 222 (Zoom Link Meeting ID: 924 9006 1390 Passcode: UNVEIL2023) Host Dept: Biology   Dr. Kathleen Carroll    Research Website Seminar Title: Applied wildlife conservation: habitat, connectivity, and people Monday October 2nd, 11:30am-12:30pm Holdsworth Hall, room 105 (Zoom link) Host Dept: Environmental Conservation...
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JEDIA Forum

Hybrid forum (with snacks!) Join Zoom Meeting https://umass-amherst.zoom.us/j/99590307161?pwd=cWJuTXB4N3UyN2RsWUJ4eTQraG5sQT09 Meeting ID: 995 9030 7161 Passcode: InclusivEC...
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OEB Seminar: Spongy Moth: a tale of two pathogens

Ann Hajek, from Cornell University is one of the world's leading authorities on pathogens attacking insects, particularly fungal pathogens. She will describe her work on spongy moth (formerly gypsy moth), but she has also worked on spotted lantern fly, brown marmorated stinkbug and many other species. Check out her website https://blogs.cornell.edu/hajek/....
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