Delegates for the Canopy Symposium in Taipei, Taiwan, to launch the official emergence of this discipline in this Pacific Rim country!Read more →
From The Sentinel Cumberlink:
CHAMBERSBURG — Meg Lowman, a pioneer of the science of tree canopy ecology, will be the guest speaker at the 144th annual Wilson College commencement ceremony at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, May 18.
Lowman has championed forest conservation around the world. She has designed hot air
Originally from Roy Chapman Andrews Society:
Distinguished Explorer Award Winner Announced
Dr. Margaret D. Lowman, nicknamed the “real-life Lorax” by National Geographic and “Einstein of the treetops” by Wall Street Journal, pioneered the science of canopy ecology. The Chief of Science & Sustainability at the California Academy of Sciences,
Original press release from California Academy of Sciences:
Travel to a virtual archipelago and take an online hike across mysterious islands
to learn about the nature and future of life on our planet.
SAN FRANCISCO (January 28, 2014) — Science education is at the core of the California Academy of
In the Canopy with Water Bears and Wheelchairs
June 1 – August 9, 2014
with W.R. Miller, M. D. Lowman and E. McCord, PIs.
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(Originally posted on calacademy.org on 11/18/2013:)
SAN FRANCISCO (November 18, 2013) – The California Academy of Sciences is pleased to announce that Dr. Meg Lowman will join the institution on January 6, 2014 as its inaugural Chief of Science and Sustainability. In this role, Lowman will be responsible for
Dr. Margaret D. Lowman, research professor in the College of Sciences at North Carolina State University and senior scientist at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, will teach and study coffee forests in Ethiopia this winter as part of the Fulbright Senior Specialist Scholar Program. LowmanRead more →
“Citizen Science for Tree Climbers” a scientific symposium at the Tree Climbers Rendezvous in Atlanta, GA (October 9-14, 2013)
If you love trees, there’s something here for you! Recreational and professional tree climbers, arborists, foresters, canopy researchers, students:
Come climb with us in big, tall trees.
Learn to be a
“It’s All About the Trees” is the theme of Earth Day Celebration at Southeastern Community College on Wednesday, April 10, from 8:15 a.m. until 1:45 p.m.
Fourth grade students from throughout Columbus County will attend the event as a field trip, and interested individuals of all ages