ESS Events

The Department of Ecosystem Science & Sustainability hosts weekly seminars, inviting guests and colleagues to speak on topics related to ecosystem science, watershed science, and sustainability science.

For Fall 2022, seminars will be held on Tuesdays from 4:00-5:00 PM in room B218 of the Natural and Environmental Science Building, unless otherwise noted.  Sessions will be recorded when available and posted on this site for later viewing.

DatePresenter and AffiliationSeminar TitleRegistration Links
September 27Dr. Christopher Neale,
Director of Research,
Robert B. Daugherty Water for Food Global Institute,
University of Nebraska
Irrigation Sustainability in the Central PlainsView Recording
October 18Sophia Linn & Caitlin Mothes,
Geospatial Centroid,
Colorado State University
Geospatial Centroid 2.0: New Directions in Spatial Services, Support, and OpportunitiesView Recording
November 1Dr. Holly Gibbs,
Professor, H.I. Romnes Faculty Fellow,
Department of Geography & the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies,
Center for Sustainability and the Global Environment,
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Can Corporate Zero-Deforestation Promises Save the Rainforests?No Recording Available
November 8Dr. Russell Congalton,
Professor and Associate Chair,
Department of Natural Resources and the Environment,
University of New Hampshire
Employing UAS Imagery to Characterize the New England Forest Ecosystem
and Promote Sustainability
November 15Dr. Robin Reid,
Professor,
Department of Ecosystem Science & Sustainability,
Colorado State University
Making sure science matters: Navigating transdisciplinary science with communities
An archive of the seminars with recorded presentations (when available) can be found on our Seminar Archive page.