Tria/CIF eLecture Series

Tria Mountain Pine Beetle Project Seminar Series

Members of The Tria Project gave a series of electronic lectures as part of the Canadian Institute of Forestry’s (CIF) National Electronic Lecture Series – The Forest on Your Desktop. Click here to access the Tria/CIF eLecture series poster. These electures occured in October 2012, and the presentations and their audio recordings are provided below. Clicking on links below will open most files in new browser windows. Alternatively, files can be saved by right-clicking the links and chosing the "Save target as" option. Additional questions are welcome and can be directed to the individual presenters whose details are found on the Tria Research Team page, or to the project in general through the contact us page.
 
Please visit the CIF website at http://cif-ifc.org/site/electure for details and registration information for upcoming lecture series. Attendance is free, however advance registration is required and can be done by contacting CIF directly as indicated on their website.  
 
 
 
Wednesday October 3, 2012
Joerg Bohlmann (University of British Columbia) and Janice Cooke (University of Alberta)
“Overview of the Tria Mountain Pine Beetle Project and Chemical Defences of Pines”
 
Wednesday October 10, 2012
Maya Evenden and Nadir Erbilgin (University of Alberta)
“Mountain Pine Beetle-Host Tree Interactions in Alberta”
 
Wednesday October 17, 2012
Chris Keeling (University of British Columbia) and Jeanne Robert (University of Northern British Columbia)
“Mountain Pine Beetle Genomics: New Tools for an Old Problem”
 
Wednesday October 24, 2012
Felix Sperling, Jasmine Janes, Cathy Cullingham (University of Alberta) and Patrick James (Universite de Montreal)
“Genes in Space…Potential Applications in Forest Management”
 
Wednesday October 31, 2012
Barry Cooke (Canadian Forest Service, Northern Forestry Centre)
“Forest Insect Epidemiology in a Post-Genomics Era: Insights from the Mountain Pine Beetle Genomics Project”

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