Southern Plains Climate Science Seminar

Southern Plains Climate Science Webinar

Dr. Sam Fuhlendorf of Oklahoma State University (OSU) presented The Conservation Conundrum of Grassland Ecosystems in a Changing World.

Dr. Fuhlendorf holds the Groendyke Chair in Wildlife Conservation and is a Regents Professor in the Natural Resource Ecology and Management department at OSU. His research focuses on understanding the role of disturbance-driven heterogeneity in the structure and function of grasslands, integrating a landscape perspective into the conservation of rangelands and wildlife, fire ecology, and understand how plants and animals are distributed across landscapes.

Previous Southern Plains Climate Science Seminar Webinars:

Dr. Katharine Hayhoe – Highlights from the Fourth National Climate Assessment, and Why it Matters to the Southern Great Plains
Dr. Ali Mirchi – Implications of Future Climate Scenarios for Water Availability in the Middle Rio Grande Basin
Dr. Caitlin Rottler – Regional Climate and Soil Health Management
Dr. Richard Seager – Whither the 100th Meridian? The Once and Future Physical and Human Geography of America’s Arid-Humidity Divide

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