BIOMES Speaker Series: Professor Pete Raymond presents: ‘Rivers and Carbon’

January 26, 2023

Pete A. Raymond, Senior Associate Dean of Research & Director of Doctoral Studies; Professor of Ecosystem Ecology and Scientific Leadership for The Yale Center for Natural Carbon Capture presented at Yale School of Environment, the first BIOMES seminar of the Spring 2023 semester at the Burke Auditorium on Wednesday, January 25th. Professor Raymond gave a talk on ‘Bridging Issues & Optimizing Methods in Environmental Studies; Rivers and Carbon’. 

About the Series: Over the last twelve years, the Yale School of the Environment has held a weekly seminar series, called BIOMES, which has been the School’s flagship forum for bringing cutting-edge research and impactful work to the community. BIOMES stands for ‘Bridging Issues & Optimizing Methods in Environmental Studies”

The series is a community-sourced and student-led effort designed to bring different perspectives to YSE’s main stage. During the spring 2023 semester, the committee has chosen to feature cross-campus voices among the faculty to highlight the breadth and depth of interdisciplinary approaches occurring at Yale on topics related to the environment.