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UMBS Summer Lecture Series: From green roofs to urban farms: The importance of cities for pollinator conservation

Dr. Rebecca Tonietto
Wednesday, August 8, 2018
7:30-8:30 PM
Gates Lecture Hall Off Campus Location
Dr. Rebecca Tonietto, Associate Professor and pollinator researcher at the University of Michigan - Flint, will give the Bennett Endowed Lecture in Plant & Fungal Ecology at the U-M Biological Station. The lecture is open to students, faculty, researchers, and the public.

Dr. Tonietto studies native bee communities – how their diversity and structure are related to plant communities, surrounding land-use, and management – for pollinator conservation. She works at the intersection of multiple fields, but is primarily a community ecologist interested in conservation and restoration biology.
Building: Off Campus Location
Location: University of Michigan Biological Station
Event Type: Lecture / Discussion
Tags: Biology, Ecology
Source: Happening @ Michigan from University of Michigan Biological Station