Ecological and evolutionary responses of dioecious plant species to climate change

Date/Time
Date(s) - 3 Feb 2014 until 3 Feb 2014
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Location
U.S. Arid Land Agricultural Research Center (ALARC)


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U.S. Arid Land Agricultural Research Center (ALARC)
2013-2014 SEMINAR SERIES

Dr. Kevin Hultine, Desert Botanical Gardens – Dept of Research, Conservation and Collections

 Ecological  and evolutionary responses of dioecious plant species to climate change

Biography:
My current areas of focus include the following: Nutrient requirements for Arizona crops, especially pecans, turf grass, and vegetables; nutrient requirements and management in contaminated soils, concentrating on effects of nitrogen on soil water potential and microbial petroleum biodegradation; irrigation water and soil salinity management in agricultural soils; and application of waste materials to soils, studying rates of degradation of soil-applied animal manures and environmental impacts of on-site human waste disposal systems. I received my B.S. (1976) and M.S. (1980) in Soil Science from the University of Wisconsin – Madison, and Ph.D. (1985) in Agronomy from the University of Georgia.