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IWW Special Seminar: Microbial Methane Oxidation in Terrestrial Systems

Speaker: Dr. Martin Schroth, Professor of Environmental Sciences at ETH Zurich

Tuesday, November 30, 2010 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Dr. Schroth specializes in the development and application of novel methods for the assessment of microbial processes at the field scale. His current research activities focus on the quantification of microbial processes involved in greenhouse-gas turnover in soils, with particular emphasis on microbially mediated methane oxidation.

Dr. Schroth is an IWW visiting fellow working with Professor John Selker and team on distributed temperature sensing using fiber-optic cables to obtain high resolution wind-speed and soil-moisture data for various environmental applications.

IWW Visiting Fellows are senior academics visiting Oregon State University to conduct research and engage with OSU’s faculty and students.  Please join us in welcoming Dr. Schroth at this public seminar.

Richardson Hall (campus map)
Julie Bain
1 541 737 6148
julie.bain at oregonstate.edu
Institute for Water and Watersheds
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