TRU Science

Environmental Science Seminar Series

Environmental Science 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 to 4:50 p.m. in S203, unless otherwise indicated. Everyone is welcome!

You may also be interested in another seminar series, the Faculty of Science seminars.

Schedule for Winter 2019

Thursdays from 4 to 4:50 p.m. in S203

Also view the seminar abstracts

Jan. 17 Jaimie Dickson (Teck HVC) A community-based approach to End Land Use planning at Highland Valley Copper
Jan. 24 Sereana Patterson (TRU) Knowledge Makers: Reconnecting with indigenous research practices
Jan. 31 No Talk
Feb. 7 José Ramón Úrbez Torres (AAFC Summerland) Plant pathology at Summerland Research and Development Centre: advancing in science and helping the public
Feb. 14 Mike Cardwell (UC San Diego) Northern Pacific Rattlesnakes in a Mediterranean climate
Feb. 21 Reading Break
Feb. 28 Hind A. Al-Abadleh (Wilfrid Laurier U) Understanding the environmental fate of arsenicals from the surface chemistry of hematite nanoparticles
March 7 MSc Showcase
March 14 John Wagner (UBCO) In Praise of Floods: Making the Case for the Restoration of the Kelowna Flood Plain
March 21 Nancy Turner (UVic) Wild Cultivation: Traditional Tending of Plants and their Habitats in Northwestern North America
March 28 Jordan Koch (McGill) Dispatches from the Frontlines of Canada’s New Urban Sporting Environment