Lectures

Emily lecture Forest Summit-Cal Academy-Jan2015

Speaking at the Cal Academy’s inaugural Forest Solutions Summit in January 2015. Photo by Allison Kidder.

Invited Lectures

  • Ancient Redwoods Call for Modern Conservation. September 30, 2015. Forest Biology Research Center, University of California, Davis.
  • Plant Physiology and Conservation. January 27, 2015. Plant Physiology Course, University of California, Santa Cruz.
  • Climate Impacts from the Redwood Forest Floor to the Treetops. January 22, 2015. Forest Solutions Summit, California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, California.
  • Coast Redwood Forest. November 14, 2014. Point Reyes National Seashore Association’s California Naturalist Train Course, Clem Miller Environmental Education Center, Point Reyes, California.
  • The Redwood Forest and Us. October 23, 2014. Garden Club of America Conservation Committee, Carmel, California.
  • Citizen Science and the Redwood Forest. October 18, 2014. California Naturalist Conference, Asilomar, California.
  • Coast Redwood Forest. June 25, 2014. SPAWN California Naturalist Training Course, Corte Madera, California.
  • Searching for Epiphytes. June 17, 2014. Park Academy, Muir Woods National Monument, Mill Valley, California.
  • Science of the Redwoods. February 6,2014. POST, Menlo Park, California.
  • Fog and the Future of Redwoods. January 23, 2014. San Francisco Natural History Series, San Francisco, California.
  • The Science of Saving the Redwoods. January 22, 2014. Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Departmental Seminar, University of California, Santa Cruz.
  • Redwoods Bring Hope Amid Climate Change. January 6, 2014. Bay Currents Lecture Series, Friends of Five Creeks, Albany, California.
  • A Silver Lining for Climate Change in the Redwood Forest. November 19, 2013. Chabot Space & Science Center, Oakland, California.
  • Climate Impacts in your Backyard. November 10, 2013. LandPaths Volunteer Workday, Grove of Old Trees, Occidental, California.
  • Coast Redwood Forests. October 14, 2013. SPAWN California Naturalist Training Course, Corte Madera, California.
  • Redwoods and Climate Change. October 10, 2013. University of California Conference: Working for Conservation- Active Engagement in Forest and Woodland Sustainability, Sacramento, California. (link to video of lecture & discussion)
  • How are the Redwoods Doing? May 17, 2013. California League of Park Associations Conference: Moving Forward from Angst to Awesome-Striving for Excellence in Partnership, Sacramento, California.
  • The Evolution of Saving the Redwoods. May 10, 2013. Forest Landowners Conference: The Urban Interface and the California Tree Farmer, Scotts Valley, California.
  • Fog, Ferns and Conservation. April 25, 2013. Biology Department Seminar, St. Catherine University, St. Paul, Minnesota.
  • State of the Redwoods. February 27, 2013. California Park Ranger Association Annual Meeting, Seaside, California.
  • Redwood Ecology and Conservation. January 22, 2013. Plant Physiology Course, University of California, Santa Cruz.
  • Redwood Conservation in a Changing Climate. November 14, 2012. Santa Rosa Junior College, Forestville, California.
  • Our Redwood Forests. September 11, 2012. Marin Garden Club, Kentfield, California.
  • The Redwood Canopy. August 29, 2012. Muir Woods National Monument, Mill Valley, California.
  • Science has its Uses. June 20, 2012. North Coast Forest Conference: Healthy Forests, Healthy Communities, Healthy Economics, Forestville, California.
  • Redwood Watch. May 18, 2012. California League of Park Associations Conference: Uncharted Waters-Exploring the New Parks Wold for a Sustainable Future, San Diego, California.
  • Citizen Science. March 20, 2012. California Council of Land Trust Conference, Sacramento, California.
  • Sequoia sempervirens: Ever Green, Always Living. September 22, 2011. Piedmont Garden Club, Piedmont, California.
  • Climate Change and the Coast Redwood Ecosystem. September 1, 2011. Golden Gate National Recreation Area, San Francisco, California.
  • Changing Climate and the Coast Redwood Ecosystem. May 5, 2011. PRBO, Petaluma, California.
  • Redwoods and Climate Change Initiative. March 1, 2011. California Council of Land Trust Conference, Sacramento, California.
  • Water use by Plants of the Redwood Forest Ecosystem. February 2010. Plant Physiology Course, University of California, Santa Cruz.
  • Impacts of Climate Change for the Redwood Forest Ecosystem. October 2009. Climate Change Workshop: Water in California – Too much and Not Enough. Chabot Space & Science Center, Oakland, California.
  • Summer Drought Relief from Wet Leaves: Foliar Uptake by Redwood Forest Plants. Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Seminar, University of California, Santa Cruz.
  • Ecological Mutualisms: a Continuum of Interactions. Population & Community Ecology Course, University of California, Berkeley.

Contributed Presentations

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