|November 20, 2019||
Time: 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Location: FW 1101A Conference Room; FW 1101B Conference Room
The School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences will present the 2019 Graduate Research Symposium immediately following a talk by Dr. R. Quinn Thomas of Virginia Tech on Wednesday, Nov. 20.
Thomas will give a talk titled, “Ecological Forecasting: Anticipating the Future of Forests and Freshwaters,” that discusses the novel use of integrative data and models to make explicit predictive forecasts that will allow scientists to better anticipate and respond to major environmental changes impacting ecosystem services.
The free seminar, which is open to the public and all members of the campus community, will be held at 11 a.m. in the conference hall, room 1101, located on the first floor of the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences Building at 602 Duncan Drive, Auburn, Ala.
The Graduate Research Symposium and Reception will immediately follow the lecture at 12 p.m. in the conference hall. The presentation will highlight the diversity of the school’s research program and provide graduate students the opportunity to present their research to stakeholders and members of the academic community.
This is a complimentary event for faculty, staff, and students. Light refreshments and free parking are offered for attendees. Parking will be available on the third and fourth levels of the South Quad Parking Deck. Advanced registration and parking passes are not required.
To review Dr. Thomas’ biography and seminar abstract, visit https://sfws.auburn.edu/event/2019-graduate-research-symposium-reception/