The next talk in the Karst Waters Institute Frontiers in Karst Colloquium is coming up soon! In collaboration with the NSF-funded Carbonate Critical Zone RCN, we are hosting a series of seminars focused on critical zone processes in carbonates. Presentations will be made by invited speakers from across the range of disciplines within CZ science, particularly highlighting contributions by early-career scientists. Presentations will be approximately 30 minutes long with 10-15 minutes afterward for questions and discussion.
The second talk will be:
Tuesday, October 20 – What has the greatest effect on tree water use: A prescribed fire, a hurricane, or a solar eclipse?
8 am Pacific / 11am Eastern / 5 pm Central European / 11 pm China
Dr. Steven Brantley (The Jones Center at Ichauway, UGA)
For those who cannot attend live, the seminars will also be recorded and made available on the Karst Waters Institute
website (https://karstwaters.org/ conferences/frontiers-in- karst-colloquium-series/).
Attendance is free and open to anyone, though we are limited to 300 participants. Prior to attending the seminar you must register at the following link and further details will be sent to your email.