June 1, 2015
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  • Forestry Extension Learn at Lunch Webinar -- Tuesday, June 16, noon to 1 p.m., "Mapping Human or Natural Disturbance Effects on Coniferous Forest Canopies Using Field Plot and Lidar Data." Features information on using remote sensing, particularly lidar, to create predictive models and maps of forest biomass following anthropogenic activities (i.e. timber harvest) and naturally occurring disturbances (i.e. bark beetle infestation). Research Forester Dr. Andrew Hudak will offer the perspective relating to harvest activities useful to forest managers, while Geographer Benjamin Bright will focus on mapping bark beetle disturbance effects. The webinar is good for 1 CEU from the International Society of Arboriculture or the Society of American Foresters. Click here to join the free webinar.

  

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