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CEREO CEREO Seminar Series
CEREO Seminar Schedule- Fall 2020

Seminars will be held on Weds at 3:10pm via Zoom.
To join a seminar, please view the corresponding flyer below and register for connection information.

DateSeminar Title & PresenterLink to Seminar Flyer Link to Recording
16 SeptEcohydrologic modeling of forest disturbances at basin scale
Jianning Ren, University of Nevada-Reno
Ren.flyerZoom recording
23 SepThe heat is on! Can the history of science inform how we teach climate change?
Larry Collins, School of Biological Sciences, WSU
Collins.flyer
30 SepAvista's Wildfire Resilience Plan
David James, Avista Corp.
Avista.flyerZoom recording
07 OctWildfire Disturbances to Source Water Quality and Drinking Water Treatment
Amanda Hohner, Civil & Environmental Engineering, WSU
Hohner.flyerZoom recording
14 OctThe importance of fire refugia in the northwestern US
Arjan Meddens, School of the Environment WSU
Meddens.flyerZoom recording
21 OctPredicting stream water temperature in support of water management decisions
Jacob Zwart, USGS
Zwart.flyerPlease email cereo@wsu.edu for a link to this recording.
28 OctInfluence of large-scale meteorological conditions on wildfire-related air quality impacts
Deepti Singh, School of the Environment, WSU
Singh.flyer
04 NovWhat is driving oxygen depletion in lakes? Process-based modeling of long-term lake oxygen dynamics
Robert Ladwig, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Ladwig.flyer
18 NovComing to grips with the “wildfire problem” and human communities : A perspective based on 25 years of fieldwork in the Wildland Urban Interface
Matt Carroll, School of the Environment, WSU
02 DecAdvancing fire adapted communities: Exploring local context and support for regulatory or voluntary approaches
Travis Paveglio, University of Idaho

If you have questions, please email cereo@wsu.edu