John Pastor

John Pastor

John Pastor is an ecologist and professor of biology at the University of Minnesota, Duluth, where his teaching and research focus on the natural history and ecology of northern ecosystems. Pastor is the author of Mathematical Ecology of Populations and Ecosystems, is co-editor of Large Mammalian Herbivores, Ecosystem Dynamics, and Conservation, and has authored or coauthored 22 book chapters and over 120 papers, mostly about the North Woods. He is co-chair of the Natural History Section of the Ecological Society of America.

Webinar: Taking Lessons from Nature

How to Observe our World

How long should a leaf live? When should blueberries ripen? Utilizing the knowledge of the natural world takes practice and observational skills. The real question is, why is it important to listen?

This webinar discusses the importance...

How long should a leaf live? When should blueberries ripen? Utilizing the knowledge of the natural world takes practice and observational skills. The real question is, why is it important to listen?

This webinar discusses the importance of listening to the natural world to deepen our understanding. We'll feature panelists with a wide range of knowledge that will offer both a broad ranging and practical, on the ground perspective about learning in and from nature itself.

The webinar is in partnership with Nature Camp.

Panelists include:

Moderated by Philip P. Coulling, Executive Director of Nature Camp.

View the presentation here.