Aven Nelson Room 114
Department of Botany, 3165
1000 E. University Ave.
Laramie, WY 82071
Seminars are held in Aven Nelson, Rm 212 at 3:10 p.m. on Fridays. A reception follows each seminar in the Louis O. and Terua P. Willams Conservatory.
Also see Ecology-related Seminars and Events across campus.
-Joe von Fischer-Colorado State University, Hosted by Botany Graduate Students. "Methane uptake in Great Plains grassland soils: does microbial community composition matter for ecosystem function?"
-PiE student research symposium
-Melinda Smith-Colorado State University, Hosted by Dave Williams. "Going to extremes: resistance and resilience of mesic grassland to multiple drought events."
-Kyle Palmquist-Botany Department, University of Wyoming. Hosted by Bill Lauenroth. "Climate change impacts on big sagebrush echohydrology and vegetation dynamics across the western U.S."
-SPRING BREAK- March 16-20
-Caitlin Rottler-Botany Depatment, University of Wyoming. Hosted by Indy Burke. "Recovery of soil properties and plant communities on wellpads treated with different reclamation practices."
-Gayle Volk-USDA, National Cente for Genetic Resources Preservation, Ft Collins, CO. Hosted by Steve Miller. "Conservation of apple genetic diversity."
-Michael S. Robeson-Colorado State University. Hosted by Rob Baker. "Microbial communities of Poplars."
-Botany Department Awards
-Rachel Strawn-Botany Department, University of Wyoming. "Effects of competition on susceptibility to bark beetles in pine and spruce-How thinning forests may now damage them later."
-Kendi Davies- UC Boulder. Hosted by Botany Graduate Students. "Persistence of species and communities in heterogeneous, fragmented, and disturbed landscapes."