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Sixth Annual LTER Mini-Symposium

Social-Ecological Change: Insights from LTER

March 8, 2007 8:30 AM  to 
March 8, 2007 12:00 PM
Room 110 - NSF

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[Note for visitors: Security screening and badges are not required]

time

Speaker

Topic

0830-0835

Phil Robertson, Michigan State Univ. (Kellogg)

Introductions

0835-0845

James P. Collins & Henry Gholz, NSF/BIO/LTER

Opening Remarks

0845-0900

Scott Collins, Univ. New Mexico (Sevilleta)

Integrated Science for Society and Environment: A Mechanistic Approach to Socio-ecological Research

0900-0930

Steward Pickett, Inst. Ecosystem Studies (Baltimore)

Social-ecological Change in Urban Ecosystems

0930-1000

F. S. (Terry) Chapin, Univ. Alaska (Bonanza Creek)

Wildfires: The Intersection of Changes in Climate, Policy, and Culture in Alaska’s Boreal Forest

1000-1030

Stephen Polasky, Univ. Minnesota (Cedar Creek)

Bioeconomics of Biofuels:  Grassland Restoration and Renewable Energy

1030-1045

Break

Break

1045-1115

Dan Reed, UCSB (Santa Barbara Coastal)

Social-Ecological Interactions in Coastal Marine Ecosystems

1115-1145

David Foster, Harvard Univ. (Harvard Forest)

Landscapes in Time: Millennial Socio-ecological Dynamics of the Northeastern U.S.”

1145-1200

Debra Peters, New Mexico State Univ. and USDA/ARS (Jornada)

Synthesis:  Understanding Social-Ecological Systems Through a Network of Sites

Meeting Type
Symposia

Contacts
Henry L. Gholz, (703) 292-8481, hgholz@nsf.gov
       Preferred Contact Method: Email

NSF Related Organizations
NSF-Wide
Directorate for Biological Sciences