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2010 LAWR Seminar Series


We have a very exciting list of speakers coming to present at the LAWR Seminar in 2010. The schedule is given below.

Date

Speaker

 

Title

 

Time/Location

01/13

 

Emanuel Epstein
UCD

 

Plant Nutrition, Plant Stress, and Plant Silicon

 

4pm
PES 3001

01/27

 

Tony Westerling
UC Merced

 

Climate and Wildfire in the Western United States

 

4pm
PES 3001

02/10

 

Brian LaFranchi         
UC Berkley

 

Exploring the Roles of Temperature and NOx on Ozone Production in the Sacramento Urban Plume

 

4pm
PES 3001

02/23*

 

Rana Munns
CSIRO Plant Industry Canberra, Australia

 

Improving the Salinity Tolerance of Modern Wheat

 

4pm
PES 2005

02/24

 

Steven Loheide
Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison

 

Hydroecology of Meadows in the Sierra Nevada

 

4pm
PES 2005

03/10

 

Antonio Mannino NASA, Goddard Space Flight Center

 

Biogeochemical, Remote Sensing, and Modeling Approaches to Evaluating the Sources and Fluxes of Dissolved Organic Matter and Particles in the Northeastern U.S. Continental Margin

 

4pm
PES 3001

03/31

 

Paul Bertsch      
Univ. of Kentucky

 

Big Challenges Surrounding the Tiny: Fate, Transport, Bioavailability & Toxicity of Engineered Nanomaterials in Terrestrial Ecosystems

 

4pm
PES 3001

04/07

Joel Blum                
Univ. of Michigan

 

Biogeochemistry of Mercury with New Insights from Mercury Stable Isotopes

 

4pm
PES 3001

*Please note this seminar is on a Tuesday.

Attention Graduate Students:
This year, papers related to each upcoming seminar will be discussed one week prior to each speaker's presentation. The initial discussion with be led by students, with a LAWR faculty member present, and will explore the specific topic to be presented on to increase the enjoyment and understanding of each seminar. Please use the appropriate information to register (ATM 290-008, CRN 33938; HYD 290-007, CRN 48530; SSC 290-026, CRN 61429).