Announcing the Spring 2018 Webinar Series

Thursday, January 25, 2018

This spring the NECSC will host several webinars on ranging from the management of floodplains and ecosystems across the country to policy impacts of climate change. Featured speakers Ellen Mecray and Arthur DeGaetano will be discussing the NOAA's regional Climate Services Program Activities in the East. Join us in Morrill Science Center II, Room 134 on the UMass Amherst campus, or tune in remotely (see webinar page for remote connection)

 

February 28, 3:30 pm ET: "How open access to the Landsat archive is changing how we map and monitor ecosystem dynamics: Case studies from Southern New England" Valerie Pasquarella, NE CSC/ UMass Amherst

March 7, 3:30 pm ET: "Managing Floodplain Expectations on the Missouri River" Robb Jacobson, USGS- CERC

March 28, 3:30 pm ET: "Impacts of Climate Change on Massachusetts: Science in the Support of State Policy"  Richard Palmer, Ray Bradley and Rob DeConto, NE CSC / UMass Amherst

April 11, 3:30 pm ET: "Quantifying variability in fish populations due to climate change and implications for management" Tiffany Vidal, Massachusetts DMF

April 18, 3:30 pm ET: "From Identifying to Integrating Stakeholder Preferences in Design of Conservation Plans for Adaptation to Climate Change" Meghna Babbar-Sebens, Oregon State University and Ajay Singh, Sacramento State

April 25, 3:30 pm ET: "NOAA’s Regional Climate Services Program: Regional Activities in the East" FEATURED- Ellen Mecray, NOAA Regional Climate Services Director, Eastern Region and Arthur DeGaetano, Northeast Regional Climate Science Center Director, Cornell University