Distinguished Lecture - Prof. Beth Boyer (Wed, Nov 4 @ 10 am CST)
Happy Monday, Cryolisters!
The Global Institute for Water Security and Global Water Futures program invite you to our Distinguished Lecture Series, a weekly virtual lecture featuring water experts from around the world. Although we are entering week seven of this
10-week series, we still have some amazing speakers lined up:
This week’s lecturer is Prof. Beth Boyer from Pennsylvania State University. Prof. Boyer will be speaking on “Coupled Hydrological and Biogeochemical Cycles in Watersheds: Responses to Anthropogenic Change in the Critical Zone” on Wed,
November 4 at 10 am CST (UTC-6).
We hope you can join us! And please feel free to pass this opportunity along to your colleagues.
Stacey Dumanski, MSc
Outreach Coordinator, Global Water Futures
Global Institute for Water Security
University of Saskatchewan
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