Caroline Toth will defend her master’s research next Wednesday afternoon, March 24 at 3 pm. Caroline is a graduate student in Plant and Environmental Sciences (PES) at NMSU and a Jornada Basin LTER Graduate Research Fellow.
Caroline’s public seminar will (it’s hard to believe, after all this time) be filmed in front of a live audience. Well, ‘zoomed’ in front of a live audience might be a more accurate description. It will, of course, also be live-streamed via zoom. The in person seminar room can only accommodate about 20 masked and distanced people, so RSVP early if you want to reserve an in-person seat (see details in the flier). Seats in the zoom gallery are unlimited; see below flier for details!
Title: “Weather, soil, and microbial interactions determine seed germination and seedling demographic bottlenecks in Chihuahuan Desert shrubs”
Date and Time: Wednesday March 24 @ 3 pm