Fall 2014 Sustainability Talks

Where available, links to video recordings are provided beneath each talk listing.

Monday, November 17
Collaborative Interdisciplinary Research for Understanding Bycatch in the Maine Lobster Fishery
Yong Chen and Christine Beitl
School of Marine Sciences, Dept. of Anthropology, University of Maine
Link to video

Thursday, November 13
Sediment, scale, and stakeholders – clearing the muddy waters of the Minnesota River Watershed
Peter Wilcock, Johns Hopkins University; Utah State
Video not available

Monday, November 10
Ecosystem management in a changing climate: What do fishermen have to do with it?
Robin Alden, Executive Director, Penobscot East Resource Center
Link to video

Monday, November 3
Building Capacity for Socio-Environmental Problem Solving: A Design for Learning and Adaptation at SESYNC
Jonathan Kramer, National Socio-environmental Synthesis Center
Video not available

Monday, October 27
We All Swim Downstream: Policy Solutions to Beach Water Pollution
Jon Devine, Senior Attorney, Water Program, Natural Resources Defense Council
Link to video

Monday, October 20
Trading Dams: The Penobscot River Restoration Project and the Future of Dam Law
Dave Owen, University of Maine School of Law
Link to video

Monday, October 6
Using virtual reality as a tool for improving wind energy visualization
Nicholas Giudice, School of Computing and Information Science, University of Maine
Link to video

October 2
2014 Mitchell Lecture on Sustainability
Mobilizing Knowledge to Shape a Sustainable Future
William Clark, Harvard University
Link to video

September 26
Engaging Future Vulnerability and Adaptation Using Landscape-scale Iterative Scenario-Building
Dan Murphy, University of Cincinnati
Link to video

September 22
Development of Citizen Science Programs and Evaluation of Outcomes
Rebecca Jordan, Rutgers University
Video not available

September 19
Potential effects of climate change on stream organisms
Bobbi Peckarsky, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Video not available

September 15
How Models Influence Environmental Policy Decision-Making: Lessons Learned from Models of Nutrient Loading and Hypoxia
Damian Brady, School of Marine Sciences, University of Maine
Video not available