Seminar May 12: Information and Options for Riparian Forest Management by Jason Dunham and Gordie Reeves

The May Spotlight on Science Seminar will highlight information relevant to riparian forest management in the Pacific Northwest. The speakers are Gordie Reeves of the USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station and Jason Dunham of the USGS Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center. Please join us for this important discussion about the function of these systems and some of the physical and biological responses to riparian-zone change. An analytical tool will be presented to help assess management options.

You can join in person in Portland or by Web.

Information and Options for Riparian Forest Management

by
Gordie Reeves and Jason Dunham

Thursday, May 12 at 1-3 PM

in person
Suite 500 Conference Room
Environmental Protection Agency
805 SW Broadway, Suite 500
Portland, Oregon
(5th floor, ring buzzer at EPA, ask for conference room)

by web
see below

Webinar Information
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Spotlight on Science: http://fresc.usgs.gov/spotlight

information options for riparian forest management seminar may 12 2011.pdf