Leland Werden on uncertainty and predictability in forest restorationMay 15, 11:00am - 12:00pm
Mānoa Campus, Lyon Arboretum (3860 Manoa Rd)
Leland Werden: Uncertainty and predictability in forest restoration.
Forests have been extensively degraded worldwide and recent initiatives have set ambitious targets to reforest millions of hectares over the next decade. To ensure these initiatives are effective, continued effort must be made to integrate ecological theory into restoration practice. In this talk I will give examples from tropical wet and dry forest restorations in Costa Rica that demonstrate how restoration effectiveness can be improved by further integrating theory into practice.
Part of the Brown Bag Lunch series. Open to all, 11 am â€“ noon at our Visitors Center.
Come hear about research by current and recent University of Hawaiâ€™i botany students! Bring your brown bag lunch and your hungry brain.
Free, open to all. For more information, call Emily Grave, Laukahi Network Coordinator, (808) 988-2993.
Lyon Arboretum, Mānoa Campus
Emily Grave, (808) 988-2993, https://manoa.hawaii.edu/lyonarboretum/calendar/brown-bag-lunch-leland-werden-on-uncertainty-and-pre
Wednesday, May 15
Leland Werden on uncertainty and predictability in forest restorationMānoa Campus, Lyon Arboretum (3860 Manoa Rd)