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John Stella on Reciprocal interactions between fluvial processes and riparian vegetation at multiple scales

Date & time

Friday, October 12, 2018
3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Speaker(s)

Dr John Stella

Cost

This event is free

Where

Administration Building
7141 Sherbrooke W. Room 311

Wheelchair accessible

Yes

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Join us as Dr. John Stella discusses the interactions between riers and riparian plants with different morphologies in terms of (1) differences in vulnerability to scour and burial during floods; (2) interactions and feedbacks between plants and river morphodynamics; and (3) long-term coevolution of river floodplains and riparian communities following flow regulation from dams.

Dr. Stella is Associate Professor in the College of Environmental Science and Forestry at the State University of New York in Syracuse, NY, and the author of numerous studies on riparian and stream ecology, plant ecohydrology and dendroecology, aridland and Mediterranean ecosystems, and river corridor restoration.

This talk is brought to you by the Group for Interuniversity Research in Limnology and Aquatic Environment in collaboration with the Loyola Sustainability Research Centre at Concordia University.

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