Environmental Sciences is a broad, interdisciplinary field that attempts to understand and solve environmental problems, integrating the diversity of elements involved, including: biology, natural resource sciences, geography, politics, history, philosophy, economics, mathematics, geology, tourism, sociology, anthropology, journalism, chemistry, physics, and education.
Seminars are on Thursdays from 4:00 to 4:50 in S203, unless otherwise indicated. Everyone is welcome! View seminar abstracts.
Also see the Faculty of Science Seminar schedule.
|September 26||S203||Dr. Kai Chan, UBC Vancouver||Not impossible: integrating ecological considerations and cultural values into decision-making|
|October 10||S203||Dr. Scott Wilson, U Regina||Change and stability in arctic ecosystems|
|October 24||S203||Dr. Catherine Tarasoff, Michigan Tech U and TRU||Every plant has an Achilles' heel: Understanding plant biology to control invasive species or promote natives|
|November 7||S203||Dr. Miranda Hart, UBC Okanagan||Ancient soils; old growth communities underground|
|November 21||S203||Dr. David Hill, TRU||Leveraging Ubiquity: A Big Data Approach to Environmental Sensing|
|December 5||S203||David Zehnder, ESI Program Coordinator|