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Environmental Sciences

33 presentations

Speaker Presentation
Laura Warner Applying audience segmentation to water conservation activities in the landscape: implications for educational programming
Thomas Potts Aquarius Reef Base - Living and Working Beneath the Sea
Krishnaswamy Jayachandran Biological Control of Invasive Plants
Lynn Martin Biology of invasive animals
Eric STRAHORN China, India and the Transboundary Rivers of the Himalayas
Alicia Bradigan-Betancourt Climate Change and Sea Level Rise- Issues in the Florida Keys
Andrew Zimmerman Climate Change: Evidence and Uncertainties
Alicia Bradigan-Betancourt Community Leadership in Sustainability
David Letson Economic Challenges and Opportunities in the Inter-American Seas
Woo Hyoung Lee Evaluation of nitrification in chloraminated drinking water distribution systems
Joann Mossa Extreme Floods and their Legacy on the Landscape
Andrew Kren From childhood dream to NOAA Scientist
Richard Pollenz Genetic Engineering and The Future of Science
Xing-Hai Zhang Green factory for medicine: using plants to produce pharmaceuticals
William Dewar Idiosyncrasies of Marine Creatures
Jonael Bosques-Mendez Investing in Quality Soils
Krishnaswamy Jayachandran Meet the Scientist
Maia Mcguire Microplastics: What's the BIG Deal?
Daniel Britt Orbits and Ice Ages: The History of Climate
Anthony Abbate Redesign for Urban Coastal Resiliency
Sesha Srinivasan Renewable Energy and Hydrogen Fuel Cell Technologies
Don Chambers Sea Level and Climate Change
Maia Mcguire Sea Turtles
Laura Warner Social marketing to encourage behavior change
Robert Tykot Stable Isotope Analysis and Diets: You Are What You Eat
Laura Warner Stages of Change
Lynn Martin Stress and disease in humans and wildlife
Daniel Britt The Future of Oil
Mark Hostetler The Green Leap: How to Build Urban Communities and Conserve Biodiversity
Xing-Hai Zhang The greenhouse gas CO2 and plant biotechnology
David Letson The Ocean Economy
Richard Pollenz Transforming STEM Education and the Way We Teach
Jeanette Wyneken Where are the Turtles?
Jeanette Wyneken Where the Boys Are


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