High-Elevation, Five-Needle White Pines: Science and Management Webinar Series (2023–2024)
The “High-Elevation, Five-Needle White Pines: Science and Management Webinar Series” occurs the third Tuesday of each month from 12–1 p.m. Mountain Time during the academic year. All webinars are held by Zoom and are free and open to the public. This year’s talks will cover a range of topics on high-five pines including: the cultural significance of whitebark pine, populations trends based on forest inventory data, using drones to predict forest mortality, physiological responses to abiotic stressors, identifying high-priority areas for conservation, and restoration projects underway. You can register for the entire monthly series, and the Zoom link will be the same each month. Webinar recordings are archived on our Whitebark Flix YouTube channel.
About the Webinar Series
The monthly webinar series was designed to share scientific findings and management initiatives on whitebark pine and other high-elevation, five-needle white pines in the U.S. and Canada, while fostering communication among scientists and land managers working on these species. The series is coordinated by WPEF board members Cara Nelson and Danielle Ulrich, along with an outstanding team of graduate students. Contact the webinar organizers at [email protected] with any questions.
2023-2024 Webinar Team
Lou Duloisy (Montana State University)
Enzo Martelli Moya (University of Montana)
Laurel Sindewald (UC Denver)