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Research Seminar Ecohydrology Candidate - Dr. Gil Bohrer

Tree-scale hydrodynamics – why the high-resolution details of forest structure matter

Monday, June 23, 2014 3:00 PM - 3:50 PM

Free Seminar

June 23, 3-3:50,

"Tree-scale hydrodynamics – why the high-resolution details of forest structure matter." with Dr. Gil Bohrer in Gilmore Hall Room 234

Bio: Dr. Gil Bohrer is an Associate Professor at the Department of Civil, Environmental and Geodetic Engineering at the Ohio State University. He has an undergraduate and M.Sc. degrees in ecology from Ben Gurion University in Israel, and came to the US for a PhD in Environmental Engineering at Duke University. He was awarded the French Post-Doctoral Fellowship of the Center for the Environment at Harvard University. Since 2008, he has been a faculty at the Ohio State University. He uses eddy-covariance measurements of surface fluxes of green-house gasses, remote sensing and high resolution modeling to study the role of vegetation structure and heterogeneity in coupling of the water system between the land surface and the atmospheric boundary layer.     


Gilmore Hall (campus map)
234
Free
Jennifer Cohen
1 541 737 2041
jennifer.cohen at oregonstate.edu
Biol & Ecol Engineering