Setting the Stage: A National and Global Perspective on Non-Native, Invasive Species
|Series:||ESF Farnsworth Lecture|
|Speaker:||Ann Bartuska, US Forest Service|
|Date:||Fri, Apr 15, 2005|
As Forest Service's deputy chief for research and development, Dr. Bartuska directs the agency's research efforts to promote ecologically sound management of these nation's natural resources, serve the nation's private forest landowners, and investigate new ways to process and recycle biomass into products. Prior to this, Bartuska directed the Invasive Species Initiative at The Nature Conservancy and worked for the Forest Service for 14 years in positions with research and development; state and private forestry, as the director of forest health protection; and the National Forest System, as the agency's first director of ecosystem management. She currently is on the board of the Council of Scientific Society Presidents and is past-president of the Ecological Society of America.
SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, its Women's Caucus
and Faculty of Forest and Natural Resource Management. This presentation will be the 22nd Annual C. Eugene Farnsworth
Memorial Lecture and part of ESF's Women in Scientific and
Environmental Professions Speaker Series.