The Role of Moisture and El Nino - Dr. Shelley Crausbay

December 5, 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Mānoa Campus, St. John 011 Add to Calendar

Title: "Past, present and future dynamics at upper limit of cloud forest: the role of moisture and El Nino"

Speaker: Dr. Shelley Crausbay, Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture, Colorado State University

Shelley Crausbay, a research scientist at Colorado State University, conducts research on the paleoecology and relationships between contemporary climate and ecology of tropical mountain ecosystems, including the forest-shrubland ecotone on windward Haleakala. She collaborates with students and faculty in the UHM Geography Department and is beginning a new collaborative project with UHM Geography in January.

Time/location: December 5th, 3-4pm in St John, Room 011. St. John is on Maile Way, close to the intersection with East-West Road, diagonally across from Hamilton Library.

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Geography, Mānoa Campus

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