In this edWebinar, Dr. Peters will discuss her research on priority plant species for the conservation of pollinating insects, including bees—the most effective pollinator group.
This edWebinar will define the state of the art mountain research and outline the most important research challenges and how they can be addressed.
Join this edWebinar to learn about the dependence of species on different variables that influence their survival over time and how intricately related are the spheres of our Earth, including water, air, and life!
The goal of the course is to give a primer on why Antarctic geoscience is critical to understanding the present and future consequences of climate change.
In this edWebinar, Dr. Sweet will discuss her path into a science career as well as her research in plant ecology and conservation biology studying shifts in vegetation due to climate change in Joshua Tree National Park.
In this edWebinar, Robin Leichenko and Karen O’Brien present an integrative approach to teaching about climate change. Drawing on their new textbook, Climate and Society: Transforming the Future.