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Dinner Lecture: Why Wisconsin Forests Look the Way They Do
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Dinner Lecture: Why Wisconsin Forests Look the Way They Do

Thursday, Mar 14, 2013 5:30p

John Kotar, emeritus professor of forest ecology from University of Wisconsin-Madison, developed an ecological classification system for Great Lakes forests. His system is based on patterns of plant species composition of forest communities. It is used to make forest management decisions for any purpose. He will talk about how geology, soils, climate, natural disturbances and history of land use interact in creating a rich variety of forest types and distinct and predictable patterns of their distribution… Show more

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Cable Natural History Museum
13470 Cr M
Cable, WI 54821
(715) 798-3890
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0.5 mi 1 Subway
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