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SNRE Seminar: Resilience Ecology: theory, practice, and applications to adaptation
03/28/2012 - 4:00pm
School of Natural Resources and the Environment
Adaptation to Climate Change: Perspectives at the Nexus of Science, Society, and Resource Management
WEDNESDAY, March 28, 2012
2:00 – 4:00 PM, 230 MARLEY
Resilience Ecology: theory, practice, and applications to adaptation
- Don Falk, School of Natural Resources and the Environment, Lab of Tree-Ring Research, Institute of the Environment
The series is open to all students, faculty and staff, and to the general public.
Seminar presentations are also webcast over the internet. To access the presentations, please click on the appropriate link and follow the instructions.
For University of Arizona participants with Net ID -http://elluminate.oia.arizona.edu/scheduleMeetingnochair.php?sessionId=578407
For non University of Arizona participants -http://elluminate.oia.arizona.edu/scheduleMeetingnonetid.php?sessionId=578407
[The session title is RNR496B/696A]
For more information on the series, including a complete schedule for the semester, please see:
For additional information, contact Larry Fisher (email@example.com) or Gregg Garfin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sponsored by the School of Natural Resources and the Environment, Institute of the Environment, and Biosphere 2.
Don Falk is Associate Professor in the School of Natural Resources, with joint appointments in the Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research and the Institute of the Environment. His research focuses on fire history, fire ecology, dendroecology, and restoration ecology. Don is a Fellow of the AAAS and a former Fulbright Fellow, and has received the Edward S. Deevey Award from the Ecological Society of America and the McGinnies Scholarship in Arid Lands Studies. His publications include numerous journal articles and book chapters, and four books on conservation genetics, landscape ecology and restoration ecology, including Foundations of Restoration Ecology. Don was a founding board member of the Society for Ecological Restoration and served as its first Executive Director.