Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory

NREL Fall 2014 Seminar Series

"Sense and Sustainability"

This semester’s seminar series will explore ideas of dynamics in complex ecological systems, and how ideas of sustainability might help or hinder our hopes for the future.  

Seminars will be held every Friday, unless otherwise noted

11:00 AM - 12:00 Noon
Third Floor Conference Rooms - A302-304
Natural and Environmental Sciences Building




Seminar Title

Sept. 5

 Dan Binkley


 Acid rain and forests

Sept. 12

 Tom Stohlgren


 Extinctions past, present and future

Sept. 19

Cameron Aldreidge USGS and NREL

Sage insights on grouse

Sept. 26



Oct. 3



Oct. 10



Oct. 17

 Sunil Kumar  NREL

Crazy ants, tree fruit insect pests, and sustainability

Oct. 24



Nov. 7

Stacy Lynn NREL

Non-equilibrial systems: Considerations for sustainability and development in contemporary East Africa

Nov. 14

 Bill Romme NREL

The future of Rocky Mountain forests isn't what it used to be

Nov. 21

No seminar due to NREL Symposium and Distinguished Ecosystem Scientist event on Thursday, November 20, 1:00 PM, Ballroom D, Lory Student Center - all are invited to attend

Nov. 28

                                                                         No Seminar - Fall Break 

Dec. 5


An archive of past seminar series can be viewed here.