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PRESENCE AND ABUNDANCE OF BIOCONTROL AGENTS FOR ANOPLOPHORA GLABRIPENNIS (COLEOPTERA: CERAMBYCIDAE) IN SOUTH CAROLINA, U.S.A.

Marina Lupu
03-26-2024
08:00 AM
Lehotsky 231
Forestry and Environmental Conservation (0317)

Evaluating novel approaches for improving diadromous fish passage in coastal rivers

Aaron Bunch
04-01-2024
01:00 PM
257 Lehotsky Hall
Forestry and Environmental Conservation (0317)

The Impacts of Wind on Coastal Trees

Julian Halil
03-27-2024
10:00 AM
Baruch Institute of Coastal Ecology and Forest Sci
Forestry and Environmental Conservation (0317)

The Spatial and Behavioral Ecology of the Eastern Box Turtle in a Suburban Landscape

Emma Rogers
03-25-2024
09:00 AM
Lehotsky 231
Forestry and Environmental Conservation (0317)

Examining context dependency of invasion hypotheses at the continental scale using riverine fish communities

Lily Thompson
04-04-2024
02:00 PM
Poole F149
Forestry and Environmental Conservation (0317)

I'm a Forest, Not a Saltmarsh, Captain; Carbon and Sap Flow Dynamics in Coastal Forested Wetlands of the Southeastern United States

Christopher Shipway
05-02-2024
01:30 PM
Baruch Institute of Coastal Ecology and Forest Sci
Forestry and Environmental Conservation (0317)

Evaluation of Subjective and Objective Workload of Forestry Professionals

Hasini Mapatunage
07-08-2024
09:00 AM
Classroom 285 of Department of Forestry and Enviro
Forestry and Environmental Conservation (0317)

Caught on Camera: Evaluating Wood Duck (Aix sponsa) Cavity Occurrence and Trapping Techniques

Cindy Von Haugg
07-10-2024
01:00 PM
Virtual
Forestry and Environmental Conservation (0317)

EFFECTS OF THE SEA LEVEL RISE AND HURRICANES IN THE COASTAL FOREST OF SOUTH CAROLINA

Siddhartha Regmi
07-11-2024
01:30 PM
Lehotsky 285
Forestry and Environmental Conservation (0317)

Peilin Tan

Peilin Tan
07-08-2024
10:00 AM
Lehotsky Hall
Forestry and Environmental Conservation (0317)

Informing Management of American Shad in the Carolinas: Evaluating Novel Fish Passage Approaches and Acoustic Tracking Methods

Maggie Gaither
08-19-2024
09:00 AM
Lehotsky 257
Forestry and Environmental Conservation (0317) (0317)