Ecology Fall Seminar Series: "Quantifying within-species variation in aspen drought tolerance"
- Thursday, October 21, 2021 at 3:30pm
- 304 Lewis Hall or via Webex (please contact [email protected] by 1pm for login information)
The Ecology Fall Seminar Series presents a talk by Kelly Kerr, MSc, entitled "Quantifying within-species variation in aspen drought tolerance."
Kelly has a Bachelors from UC Davis, and a Masters from Oregon State University. She is currently a PhD candidate at the University of Utah working under the direction of Dr. Bill Anderegg. Her research interests revolve around the influence of climate change on forest ecosystem dynamics. She is particularly interested in using tree physiology, genetics and modelling to understand and predict tree species’ responses to drought.
This seminar will be offered in person in 304 Lewis Hall or via Webex (please contact [email protected] by 1pm on the day of the seminar to receive login information). All are welcome to attend!
- Department of Ecology