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2020 Fall | Global Change V: Organisms as Environmental Monitors and Remediators

SPRING 2020 | Global Change V: Organisms as Environmental Monitors and Remediators  

  • October 1. Diatoms: The Lungs of The Planet and The Canary in The Coal Mine.
    Dave Orcutt, Prof. Emeritus, Plant Pathology, Physiology and Weed Science, VT
  • October 8. What Nematodes Know About Soil Health and the Environment. Jon Eisenback, Prof., Plant and Environmental Sciences, VT
  • October 15. The Organisms that Eat our Sewage: Is Turning Wastewater into Drinking Water Safe and Effective? John Novak, Prof. Emeritus, Civil and Environmental Engineering, VT
  • October 22. Understanding the Complexity of Living Systems Through Space, Time, and Networks. Peter Sforza, Director, Center for Geospatial Information Technology, College of Natural Resources & Environment, VT
  • October 29. What do 50 Billion Locusts Tell Us About Earth's Climate? Larry Vaughn, Director for Program Development, Center for International Research, Education and Development, VT
  • November 5. What Seabirds and Shorebirds are Telling Us About Changing Climate.
    Sarah Karpanty, Professor, Department of Fish and Wildlife Conservation, VT