Current Tree-Ring Talks
Tree-Ring Talks are generally hour-long lunchtime seminars held in the Multi-purpose Room at the Bannister Building (but check the details of specific talks, as this schedule can vary). The topics are a selection that will be of interest to researchers and students at the Tree-Ring Lab, but the talks are open to anyone who is interested, whether they are associated with other University departments or are simply members of the general public. The detailed information for each talk includes the name of a Tree-Ring Lab organizer or contact who can provide more information.
Wednesday, November 13
- Dr. Michael Sigl (Desert Research Institute, Reno, Nevada) , Bannister 110 , 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
Wednesday, November 20
Research of the old growth Fitzroya cupressoides forests in Chile as a basis for their conservation and restorationDr. Antonio Lara (Universidad Austral de Chile, Valdivia) , Bannister 110 , 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
Wednesday, December 4
Fractional Snow Cover Estimation in Complex Alpine-forested Environments Using an Artificial Neural NetworkElzbieta Czyzowska-Wisniewski (LTRR/Arid Lands) , Bannister 110 , 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM