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Subject: Center for Tropical Ecology and Conservation Symposium Registration is Now Open: Climate Change in T

Registration is now open for the Center for Tropical Ecology and Conservation annual symposium
Climate Change in Tropical Developing Regions:
Monitoring change in ecosystems, advances in adaptation strategies, assessing biodiversity extinction risk, understanding global health issues, and managing carbon markets
Saturday, November 9th, 2013

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Robin Chazdon from the University of Connecticut, internationally known for her work in the wet tropical forests of Latin America. The title of her presentation is "The Role of Forest Landscape Restoration in the Tropics in Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation.”

To register on line, go to:  http://www.antiochne.edu/centerfortropicalecology/9th-annual-ctec-symposium/
Please register ASAP. Our rates are:
Deadline October 28th (Early Bird Registration Fees)
$35 non-student
$25 student

Walk Ins and Late Registration
$45 non-student
$35 student
We welcome group rates. If you would like to bring your class or members of a large party, please email Katelynn Frei, kfrei@antioch.edu, to discuss group size and group rates.

Speakers at our annual one-day symposium include:

Bryan Foster, Ph.D., CarbonPlus Senior Program Manager and Lecturer at University of Vermont.“Does Forest Carbón Project Validation have an Impact?: A Literature Review of Worldwide VCS Validation Projects”
David Lutz, Post-doctoral Research Associate at Dartmouth College.“Four Decades of Andean Timberline Migration and Implications for Biodiversity Loss with Climate Change”
Jessica Forrest, Landscape Ecologist in the Conservation Science Program at World Wildlife Fund.  “Snow Leopards, Water Provision, and Climate Change”
Jonathan Atwood, Ph.D., Adjunct Professor at Antioch University New England. “Conservation of Endemic Bird Species on the Yucat́an Peninsula under Current and Future Climatic Conditions”
Apollinaire William, Ph.D. Candidate at Antioch University New England. “Assessing Dynamics between Riparian Buffers and Fluvial Floods in the Mukungwa Watershed, Rwanda: Impacts on Vulnerability of Food Crops to Climate Change”
John Bosco Sumani, Ph.D. Candidate at Antioch University New England. “Invisible Hands of Climate Variability on Human Migration among Peasant Farmers in the Nadowli District of Ghana?
Ahmed Ali Hassabelkreem, Ph.D. Candidate at University of Massachusetts Amherst.“Biodiversity of Dry Lands Sudan in Response to Climate Change: Vulnerabilities and Suggested Adaptations”
Jan Maes, Darfur Program Manager, Potential Energy. “The Berkeley-Darfur Stove: A Simple Solution for a Complex Problem?”
McArd Joseph Mlotha, Ph.D. Candidate at Antioch University New England. “Aboveground Forest Carbon Mapping and Analysis within Nyungwe National Park, Rwanda using a Combined Approach”
Leah Kahler, MS Candidate at University of Pennsylvania.“The Socio-Economic Dynamic and its Relationship with Climate Adaptation in Bolivia”
Jessica Forrest, Landscape Ecologist in the Conservation Science Program at World Wildlife Fund.“Tropical Deforestation and Carbon Emissions from Protected Area Downgrading, Downsizing and Degazettement (PADDD)”
Ezekiel Jakub, MS Candidate Antioch University New England and Director of Conservación Panamá: Aves. "Viability of Urban Conservation for Migratory and Resident Bird Species in Panama City, Panama"

For more information please contact Katelynn Frei, kfrei@antioch.edu

 


Katelynn Frei <kfrei@antioch.edu>
Friday, October 04, 2013

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