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Presenters: Dr. Jennifer Howard and Dr. Ariana Sutton-Grier
Dr. Jennifer Howard is the Marine Climate Change Director at Conservation International. Prior to accepting her current position, she was a AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellow where she served two years at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) National Marine Fisheries Service. While at NOAA, Jennifer co-led and coordinated the development of the Ocean and sale online viagra ie Marine Resources in a Changing Climate Technical Input Report to the National Climate Assessment and coordinated the Interagency Working Group for Ocean Acidification.
Dr. Ariana Sutton-Grier is an ecosystem ecologist with expertise in wetland ecology and restoration, biodiversity, biogeochemistry, climate change, and ecosystem services. Dr. Sutton-Grier is a research faculty member at the University of Maryland in the Earth System Science Interdisciplinary Center and is also the Ecosystem Science Adviser for the National Ocean Service at NOAA. She holds Honors Bachelor degrees from Oregon State University in Environmental Science and International Studies and a doctoral degree from Duke University in Ecology.
This free webinar is hosted by Restore America’s Estuaries.
- The basic concepts of blue carbon and importance to conservation and http://cmelak.cz/generic-cialis-us-pharmacy restoration efforts
- Applications of blue carbon as a management tool
- Opportunities for coastal wetlands to earn carbon finance and
- How to assess opportunities in your region to implement projects.
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