Ocean acidification impacts on estuarine bivalves: linking life history, ecology, and biogeochemistry

Dr. George Waldbusser, College of Ocean. & Atmosph. Sciences, Oregon State University

Tuesday, October 18, 2011 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM

This is the inaugural season of this new series, which is intended to provide an activity at which people in the OSU academic community will learn about advances in ecology and evolution, and meet others from the region who have allied interests. The accompanying class will serve as a further platform for students to dig more deeply into current issues in ecology and evolution, and to meet other students from around campus (and from nearby institutions).

We anticipate the seminar and class will continue on an ongoing basis, during fall, winter, and spring every year on Tuesdays at 3:30 in ALS 4001.

Each quarter we invite speakers from a diversity of disciplines and who will talk about different aspects of ecology and evolution. Depending on our funding, each quarter we hope to have several speakers from out of the region, with the remaining from OSU (including sabbatical visitors) and institutions within driving distance of here. We will have eight speakers this fall.

More information may be found at http://EcoEvo.oregonstate.edu

Campus Location: Agricultural & Life Sciences (campus map)
Room: 4001
Cost: Free
Contact: Cheryll Alex
Contact Phone: 1 541 737 6556
Contact Email: cheryll.alex at oregonstate.edu
Contact Department: Forest Ecosyst & Society

Oregon State University, 1 October 2011. Event.

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