Environmental Sciences Fall 2009 Seminar Series
The Fall Environmental Sciences Seminar Series is sponsored by the NRESS Ph.D. Program, the Department of Earth Sciences, the Department of Natural Resources and the Environment, the Environmental Research Group, the Institute for the Study of Earth Oceans and Space (EOS), the University Office of Sustainability, and the Class of 1954 Fund. The theme this semester is Ecosystem Services.
These seminars are open to the public and will be held Thursdays at 4pm with refreshments at 3:40 pm in DeMeritt Hall 112, unless otherwise noted.
Ecosystem-based Management in the Ocean: Working Toward Implementation
Interactions among Ecosystem Services, Ecosystem Dynamics, and Human Outcomes and Behavior
Headwaters - Developing a Collaborative Conservation Approach to Support Land Use Decision-Making
Valuing Ecosystems for Water Filtration and Nitrogen Removal
Wildlands, Woodlands, & Farmlands: New England's 'Natural Infrastructure'
Valuation of Ecosystem Services: What Happens When Markets Don't Work?
Lawn Landscapes in Suburban Boston: Human Drivers, Ecological Implications, and Ecosystem Services
Urban Ecosystem Services: Linking Social and Ecological Variables through Habitat Structure Management and Landscape Design
Accounting for Ecosystem Service Contributions to the Economy through Spatial Dynamic Modeling of Landscapes
|November 26||No Seminar, Thanksgiving Vacation|
Stormwater Management Based on the Natural Systems Model