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ESSM Seminar Series

Exploring Ecosystem Resilience

Resilience represents the capacity of ecosystems to undergo change in response to external drivers or internal disturbances while still retaining integrity and function. Understanding resilience is critical for natural resource management and conservation in a rapidly changing world. Questions abound regarding the amount of change ecosystems can withstand before transitioning to alternative states, the characteristics of such states, and the ecological processes that confer system resilience. This seminar series explores resilience both as an ecosystem property and as a management framework.

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*Lightning Panelists: Michelle Lawing, Morgan Russell, Rusty Feagin

**C-hosted with EEB

Spring 2018
Tuesdays, beginning February 6th, 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
HFSB 104

with social gathering to follow:
Blackwater Draw on Northgate, 5:30 PM

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Seminar Chairs:

Paul Klockow
Rachel Short

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View Past Seminar Themes:

Fall 2017

Contact Us

  • Main office: HFSB 305, 2138 TAMU, (979) 845-5033
  • Undergraduate academic advisor office: KLCT 122D,
  • Graduate academic advisor office: HFSB 302A,
  • Information technology office: WFES 308, Mailing address

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College of Ag and Life Sciences

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