2021 Fall Seminar Series Presents
DR. NATHAN GILL
Texas Tech University
WHEN: December 10,, 2021 at Noon
WHERE: Seminar will be presented via Zoom
Please complete the RSVP FORM to receive the Zoom Meeting link. Forms can be submitted any time before the Seminar but not after 10:00am the day of the seminar.
Ecological implications of disturbance regime change in
Rocky Mountain subalpine forests
Patterns of wildfire, insect outbreak, and severe weather in the Rocky Mountains have been altered by a warming climate, and those patterns are in turn influencing basic ecological processes in novel ways. We used repeated field surveys, seed trapping, and spatial analysis in subalpine forests of Colorado and Wyoming to understand how increased overlap between multiple fires, beetle outbreaks and wind blowdowns have modulated seed dispersal and the composition and density of forest regeneration.
Everyone is welcome to join the seminar, please complete the RSVP FORM to receive the Zoom link. Forms can be submitted any time before the seminar but not after 10:00am the day of the seminar.