Enviroday 2018

Date: February 23rd, Location: Clark Hall, University of Virginia

Enviroday 2018

The keynote seminar will be given by Dr. Dennis Baldocchi, Professor of Biometeorology in the Department of Environmental Science, Policy & Management at the University of California.

Enviroday 2018

This year will feature a special session pertaining to this year’s theme: “Forest Growth and Resource Use in Response to Environmental Controls”.

About EnviroDay

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Since 1986, graduate students in the Environmental Sciences Department at the University of Virginia have organized an annual research symposium to showcase the breadth and depth of graduate and undergraduate student research in the environmental sciences. Oral and poster presentations are scheduled all day.

Stay tuned for more info on Enviroday 2018!

EnviroDay 2018

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Call for abstracts

Please Note: Undergraduate students, Graduate Students, and Post-Docs are all invited to submit abstracts.


EnviroDay 2018 Co-Chairs Nevio Babić and Kate LeCroy would like to invite undergraduate, graduate students and post-docs at the University of Virginia to submit abstracts to the Department of Environmental Science’s annual research symposium. EnviroDay 2018 will take place in Clark Hall Friday, February 23rd, 2018 from 9 AM – 5 PM. Students conducting research regarding any aspect of environmental sciences are encouraged to submit abstracts. Abstracts are welcome for in-progress research; i.e., completed results are not a requirement to participate.


Please submit your abstract and other relevant information to the following Google Form link by Friday, February 3rd at 5 PM: https://goo.gl/forms/wlKk0vZPgz8iREo72. You may need to sign into your virginia.edu computing account to successfully submit your information. Abstracts should be limited to 300 words. Please note that we might ask you to consider switching format (poster/oral presentation), depending on the number of submissions of each type we receive.


If you have any questions or difficulty accessing the abstract submission form, please contact Kate LeCroy at kal8d@virginia.edu


Keynote Speaker

Dr. Dennis Baldocchi, Professor of Biometeorology in the Department of Environmental Science, Policy & Management at the University of California, Berkeley will deliver the keynote address titled "The Physics and Ecology of Mining Carbon Dioxide from the Atmosphere by Plants, Trees and Ecosystems".

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