This GradCAP webinar will feature presentations on soil carbon dynamics, beneficial rhizobacteria, and plant temperature tolerance.
The GradCAP Scholars presenting within this session include Brooke Eastman from West Virginia University, William (Bill) Errickson from Rutgers University, and Sarah Mills from West Virginia University. Brooke Eastman will focus on the belowground carbon response to 28 years of nitrogen additions to Appalachian forests. Bill Errickson will share how abiotic stress tolerance in crops can be improved with rhizobacteria. And Sarah Mills will detail the impact that increasing temperatures have on highbush blueberries.
Click the Adobe Connect link below and follow the directions. Then MUTE your computer speakers and call in via PHONE using the conference number and passcode provided below. Calling in via phone in addition to connecting online greatly improves the audio quality of our calls (thank you).
- Adobe Connect: https://usfs.adobeconnect.com/gradcap/
- Conference Number: 888-844-9904
- Passcode: 9848110
These events are open to the public and will be archived online for later viewing.