THE HEAT IS ON:
What record heat and a warming world mean for insect outbreaks
Mike Raupp, PhD, University of Maryland
After a summer set to shatter records, we will see how warmer temperatures can alter ranges of pests, seasonal phenology of insects and mites, and interactions among plants, herbivores, and their natural enemies. Special emphasis will be placed on urban heat islands in the baking summer of 2016.
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This broadcast is free and will offer the opportunity for arborists to earn 1.0 ISA CEU and 0.5 MCA credit. For those who are unavailable to attend the live broadcast, sessions will be archived in the “videos” section atwww.urbanforestrytoday.org<htt
For more information, contact:
Department of Environmental Conservation
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
The Urban Forestry Today 2016 Webcast Series is sponsored by the University of Massachusetts Department of Environmental Conservation, in cooperation with the USDA Forest Service, Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation, University of Massachusetts Extension, and Massachusetts Tree Wardens’ & Foresters’ Association.
12-1 pm EDT
**For those who cannot attend live in-person, the webcast will be archived in the ‘videos’ section at
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