Handling the Effects of Abrupt Climate Change

UMaine Gets $3 Million NSF IGERT Award For An Adaptation To Abrupt Climate Change Program

The need to adapt environmental policies and management strategies to meet the social and ecological challenges caused by abrupt climate change events around the world is the focus of a new graduate program at the University of Maine beginning this fall, funded by a five-year, $3 million award from the National Science Foundation (NSF).

EES Faculty member and UMaine’s Climate Change Institute Associate Professor of Biology Jasmine Saros will be the principle investigator on the project.

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