“Visualizing Sudden Oak Death”

An online e-conference: February 10-21, 2014

brookings cover with text The “Visualizing Sudden Oak Death” e-conference will provide attendees with updates on research and management while also illustrating disease impacts and ecology. Check this page daily for updates and activities or contact Katie Palmieri.

Quick links for conference resources

Schedule of Events Handouts
Webinar Discussion forum
Caption contest Google+ Hangout
Poster session Videos
The Fourth Art of Saving Oaks Inspired by Sudden Oak Death Art Gallery

It’s not over yet!

Though we haven’t scheduled any events for this week, all of our online resources are still up and available for viewing, including the discussion forum. If you have a comment to make, do it now! We’ll be closing down comments at the end of this week.

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Schedule of Events

Monday, 2/10
 Online discussion forum opens
Opening of The Fourth Art of Saving Oaks art exhibition and online Art Gallery
 Beginning of caption contest

Tuesday, 2/11
A SOD webinar exploring the progress and challenges faced in containing Phytophthora ramorum; 9 a.m. PST
Continue discussions via online forum
Submit captions for the caption contest by 3 p.m. PST

Wednesday, 2/12
 “Focus on Figures” online poster session
Presentation of SOD Timeline via discussion forum
Continue discussions via online forum
Caption finalists announced for voting

Thursday, 2/13
A discussion with SOD experts via Google+ Hangout. Broadcast at 1 p.m. PST. More details on our Google Events page or watch live on YouTube.
Continue discussions via online forum
Voting for caption finalists continues

Friday, 2/14
Happy Valentine’s Day! Watch a video with your sweetheart
– Continue online discussions
Caption contest winner announced

Monday, 2/17 – President’s Day Holiday

Tuesday, 2/18 – Friday, 2/21 – Online forum remains open for review

 

It’s not over yet!

Though we haven’t scheduled any events for this week, all of our online resources are still up and available for viewing, including the discussion forum. If you have a comment to make, do it now! We’ll be closing down comments at the end of this week.

Leave a comment