Kristel Schoonderwoerd explains how trees slow down for winter and reverse “gears” for springtime and the onset of the growing season.
There are challenges to being a tree in a temperate climate, mainly the changing of seasons. But trees are equipped to shift with these environmental changes. Kristel Schoonderwoerd will explain how trees slow down for winter and subsequently reverse “gears” for springtime and the onset of the growing season.
Kristel Schoonderwoerd, PhD Candidate, Organismic and Evolutionary Biology, Harvard University and Fellow of the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University.
Cost: Free. Online registration required. Register here.