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2018 All-Scientists’ Meeting
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Monday, October 1 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
Bridging Ecological and Hydrological Drought Responses Across the LTER network

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This workshop explores connections between hydrological and ecological responses of drought in terrestrial ecosystems across the LTER network. Specifically, the objectives of this workshop are to: (1) discuss how we think about drought responses at different LTER sites; (2) Synthesize these responses into workable hypotheses related to drought propagating through the LTER network; and, (3) develop a plan to mobilize our ideas into a publishable paper. This graduate student led workshop expands on ideas cultivated from a working group from the previous ASM in 2015. We will discuss how our ideas have developed since then and we welcome anyone interested in the ecohydrology of drought across all LTER sites to participate.

Lead Organizer
avatar for Dominick Ciruzzi

Dominick Ciruzzi

PhD Student, University of Wisconsin-Madison
I'm a hydroecologist interested in groundwater-forest interactions in a changing world.

Co-organizers
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Aaron Hogan

PhD Student, Florida International University


Monday October 1, 2018 10:30am - 12:00pm
15. Triton Meeting Room