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GES Seminar Series

February 14:
Danny Flier, NPS

February 21:
Christopher Trisos, Postdoctoral fellow, SESYNC
“Potential consequences for biodiversity of climate change and climate engineering”

February 28:
Dr. Heidi Heausermann, Assistant Professor, Department of Human Ecology, Rutgers University
“The politics and health implications of unregulated gold mining in Ghana”

March 7:
Dr. Laura Ogden, Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, Dartmouth College
“Forest ethnography: An approach to study environmental history and political ecology of urban forests”

March 14:
Dr. Grace Brush, Professor, Department of Environmental Health & Engineering, Johns Hopkins University
“A history of sedimentation in the Chesapeake Bay and tributaries”

March 28:
Dr. Heather Randell, Postdoctoral fellow, SESYNC
“Too hot for school:climate change & education in the global tropics”

April 4:
GES Grad Students Lightning talks

April 18:
Dr. John Weishampel, Professor, Biology Department, University of Central Florida
“Using LiDAR to Understand the Landscape Archaeology of a Maya Polity & Its Environmental Legacies”

 

 

(to see a list of previous GES Seminars click here)