A NH & ME Case Study of a Global Challenge

Who Anyone interested in resilience and/or estuaries!
When Wednesday, February 7, 2018 from 4PM to 6PM
Where Squamscott Room, Holloway Commons, UNH
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Many coastal communities are working hard to implement management improvements aimed at protecting or helping to restore estuarine ecosystem health. Emerging research from around the world offers new evidence that a broader “resilience” framework may be necessary to formulate recovery strategies. This work also highlights the difficulties of managing complex ecosystems and the challenge of better understanding the reality of how estuarine ecosystems actually resist and recover, especially in a context of multiple and compounding stressors. Featuring the following topics and speakers:

  • Estuarine Stress and Resilience: What Do We Do About It? , presented by Dr. Kalle Matso, Coastal Science Program Manager, Piscataqua Region Estuaries Partnership
  • Tidal-Marsh Birds as Indicators of Saltmarsh Ecosystem Health, presented by Dr. Adrienne Kovach, Department of Natural Resources and the Environment
  • The Role of Oyster Reefs in Promoting Ecological Resilience, presented by Dr. Alix LaFerriere, New Hampshire Coastal and Marine Director, The Nature Conservancy

Note about parking: Public Parking is available within walking distance to Holloway Commons. Please visit the UNH Transportation Services webpage for parking locations and campus map. All standard UNH parking fees apply.