From cycles to networks: biogeochemical and cultural transformations
In this talk I’ll discuss findings from research in the U.S. Midwest, Central Great Plains and the Caribbean to explore how a geographic perspective can provide insights into biogeochemical cycling of carbon, with a focus on above and belowground ecosystem response to disturbance. I will also discuss the role of disturbance in changing behaviors and organizational climate and policies and the power of social networks for advancing equity in the practice of science.
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April 19, 2021 11:30 am - April 19, 2021 12:30 pm
PhD Students in the T3 program will use this time to provide our external evaluator team with program feedback.