Webinar: What a Warming World Means for Insect Pest Outbreaks ($)

1:00 2:00 pm (EDT)

This is an online event

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Michael J. Raupp, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of Entomology and Extension Specialist, The University of Maryland

How does global warming affect us and other creatures on earth?  Join internationally recognized expert Mike Raupp as he reviews evidence for and possible causes of climate change.  See how warmer temperatures alter the geographic ranges of insect pests, their seasonal life cycles, and interactions among plants, animals that eat plants, and their natural enemies.  Learn about invasive species and urban heat islands.  An entomology professor at the University of Maryland and Science Channel Expert, Mike has more than 250 publications and has made more than 1,200 presentations on the ecology and management of insects and mites.  His book, Managing Insects and Mites on Woody Landscape Plants, is a standard for the arboricultural industry.

This course carries 1 CEU for ISA Certified Arborists, (Science-0.25, Practice-0.25, Management-0.5).

This course carries 1 ASLA LA-CES credit for licensed landscape architects.

Thursday, November 5 | 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Fee:  $25