NREL/ESS Soup & Science Fall 2018 Seminar Series Schedule

seminar lecture hall

Seminars are held each Friday from 12-1pm in Room 345 of the Smith Building, the new Natural Resources Building.** Please join us each week to learn from the best and brightest at the cutting edge of sustainability and ecosystem science.

This semester, the NREL/ESS weekly Departmental Seminar Series is joining forces with the graduate student-led Soup & Science seminar series to bring you a weekly set of scientific talks. We will host researchers from CSU, invited speakers, and senior graduate students nearing completion of their degrees. Speakers highlight original research that connects the departmental foci of social, physical, and ecological sciences. Volunteers will provide soup every week. All seminars are free and open to the public, although donations are accepted for soup.

Date Presenter Dept./Institution Affiliation Seminar Title or Topic
8/24  — Welcome back! Mixer; science speed dating
8/31 Adrian Monroe Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, CSU Vegetation recovery after oil & gas development
9/7 Diversity panel Perspectives of Color on the Ivory Tower
9/14 John Hammond Dept. of Geosciences; Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, CSU Snow persistence and streamflow
9/21** 4-5pm Yaffa Truelove University of Colorado Connections between urban waterscapes and socio-political processes in cities of the global South
9/28 Aida Cuni Sanchez University of York Ecosystem service valuation, Congo
10/5 David Edmunds Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, CSU; U.S. Geological Survey TBD
10/12 Graduate student lightning talks NREL & ESS TBD
10/19** Brian Buma Landscape and disturbance ecology, ecosystem services, and environmental science
10/26 Lee MacDonald Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, CSU Road erosion
11/2
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Scott Beck Ecosystem Science and Sustainability/NREL, CSU TBD
11/9 Matt Ross Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory/Ecosystem Science & Sustainability, CSU Remote sensing water quality
Wed
11/14**
Jane Zelikova University of Wyoming TBD
11/29 Ram Gurung Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, CSU Biogeochemical modeling
12/6 Codie Wilson Dept. of Geosciences; Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, CSU Post-fire erosion and sediment transport

** On these dates, we will hold the seminar from 4-5pm

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