Andrews Forest Monthly Meeting, Virtual. June 5

Friday, June 5, 2020

The June 5 Andrews Forest Monthly Meeting will convene virtually at 9 AM pacific time. If you'd like a link to the webinar, please contact Lina DiGregorio

  • “The Andrews Forest: Its Larger History” presented by William G. Robbins, Emeritus Distinguished Professor of History, Oregon State University.  Bill will present the history and historical context of the Andrews Forest, as part of his work for his forthcoming book, “A Place for Inquiry, A Place for Wonder: The Andrews Forest” OSU Press, Fall 2020.
  •  "The Future of Forest and Forest Research at the HJ Andrews LTER" presented by Catalina Segura, Assistant Professor, Department of Forest Engineering, Resources, and Management, and Michael Nelson, Professor, Department of Forest Ecosystems and Society
  •  Graduate student lightning talk: "Little salamanders, big impacts: Understanding the community and trophic ecology of terrestrial salamanders in the Pacific Northwest." presented by Christopher Cousins, Graduate Fellow, Garcia Lab, Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Oregon State University  

Monthly meetings are used to share science, news, and opportunities related to the HJ Andrews Experimental Forest and Long-Term Ecological Research program. We start with a science hour and then move into program news and announcements. Anyone is welcome to attend. Monthly meetings are on the first Friday of the month during the academic year, from 9 AM - 11 AM.  We do not meet over the summer; the next meeting will be October 2, 2020.