Thursday, March 08, 2018, 12:00PM - 1:00PM
In conjunction with the Niwot Ridge and McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) programs that are run here at CU, CWEST invites CU’s grad student community and beyond to join us for a group viewing and discussion of the new LTER Synthesis Group Webinars. These webinars focus on fundamental ecology and new LTER synthesis research. We welcome graduate students’ thoughts and inspirations during post-viewing discussion. BYO lunch.
Hosted by the LTER’s National Communications Office and the National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis.
For additional information about the webinar serieces, visit the series webpage. https://lternet.edu/2018-synthesis-webinars
Using Long Term Data to Understand Links between Environmental Variability and Metacommunity Stability
Synthesizing Population and Community Synchrony to Understand Drivers of Ecological Stability across LTER Sites (tentative title)
Lauren Hallett, Daniel Reumann, and Katharine Suding