Pathways Environmental Café: Energy Transitions, Elephant Movement, the Pelagic Open-Ocean, and Transplanting Frogs!

Event time: 
Sunday, February 23, 2020 - 10:00am to 1:00pm
Location: 
Bowers Auditorium in Sage Hall See map
205 Prospect Street
New Haven, CT
Event description: 

Pathways Environmental Café invites Pathways students in Grades 8-12 to learn about the latest research in Forestry and Environmental studies! Hosted by the Yale Forestry School, Environmental Café is a small taste of a large research conference. Presentations will feature the cutting edge of research on Energy Transitions, Elephant Movement, the Pelagic Open-Ocean, and Transplanting Frogs. Hands-on demos will be included that bring the talks to life. Lunch will be served.

Free admission. Open to Pathways students in Grades 8-12. Registratoin opens in late January at onhsa.yale.edu/ecafe2020

More information on talks!

  • Lived energy transitions: Culture and the changing energy matrix of Southern Shan State, Myanmar
  • Fruit Trees Influence Elephant Movement in East African Forests
  • Home is where the Frog is:  Transplanting Wood Frog Tadpoles Across a Canopy Cover Gradient
  • Biophysical interactions at the (sub)mesoscale in the pelagic open-ocean