Zoom Lecture: Walking Ecology at Sedgwick Reserve
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Date & Time
Thu, Sep 23 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Sat, Sep 25 8:00 AM - 11:00 AM
3566 Brinkerhoff Ave
What coastal sage scrub teaches us about conserving coastal California landscapes amid climate change
Lecture on Zoom: Thursday, September 23 7PM-8PM
During this talk, Dr. Mayes will highlight what coastal sage scrub teaches us about conserving coastal California landscapes amid climate change. Coastal sage scrub ecosystems provide habitat for diverse wildlife and valuable ecosystem services for people. Landscape patterns in the distribution of coastal sage scrub relative to grasses, trees and changes over time can provide clues about how past land-use activities have changed ecosystems – and – what future land management strategies may conserve native coastal California habitats amidst more frequent and severe drought and fire linked to climate change.
Lab at Sedgwick Reserve: Saturday, September 25 8AM-11AM