EarthWeek 2018: Tree Ring Day--Grads

Tuesday, April 10, 2018 - 10:00 to 15:00
Room: Contact:
Hannah Herrick
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Join us for a series of public talks by our Graduate students and early career scientists, from 9AM-2:30 PM in Bannister 110.

EntMoot 2018 Schedule of Events
Location: Bryant Bannister Building 110

10:00am – 3:00pm
10:00 Opening Remarks
10:10 Floods and Climatic Variability, Diana Zamora-Reyes
10:17 Geomorphic and paleotempestologic applications for coastal dendrochronology along the
Atlantic seaboard, Jessie Pearl
10:24 Exploring Bristlecone with Maps!, Will Tintor
10:31 Life (and death) at the edge of the forest biome – understanding the geographic distribution of
Pinus edulis, Axel Rodriguez
10:38 North Atlantic eddy-driven jet in the CESM last millennium ensemble, Matt Meko

11:00 Monsoon driven fires in the Soutwestern US, Alex Arizpe
11:07 Modeled climate-growth relations and changing tree species distribution in mixed conifer forest
across a biophysical gradient, Laura Marshall
11:14 Doug fir out of its element: An assessment of climate-tree growth relationships in a hyper-arid
Navajo forest, Melissa Schwan
11:21 A multi-century perspective of seasonal precipitation drivers of streamflow in the Missouri River
Headwaters, Sarah Frederick
11:28 Lagging Behind: Untangling the Roots of Last Year's Snowpack, Kai Lepley
11:35 Tracking the unseen jet stream with tangible plant growth: a regional temperature
reconstruction of the northern Rockies, Amy Hudson
Lunch: 12:00pm – 1:00pm

1:00 Announcements and Recognitions by David Frank
1:15 Climate Alters Temperate Forests Response to Rising CO 2 , Soumaya Belmecheri
1:35 High-Resolution Dendrochronology, Paul Szjener
1:55 Signal-free regional curve standardization in a linear mixed-effects model framework, Stefan
2:15 The Western North American Snow Atlas, Bethany Coulthard
2:35 Human ecology and tree resilience in the acacia stands of Meroe, Sudan, Hannah Herrick
2:55 Closing Remarks