ESSM Spring Seminar Series 2010

Ecosystems, Services, and Collaborative Management

Tuesdays from 4:00-5:00 pm

Date Venue Speaker/Affiliation Topic Partner/Host
Feb 16 HPCT 103 Urs Kreuter & David Briske Summary of fall semester seminars and "management" faculty meeting on Vision for Ecosystem Management
Feb 23 CSA 303 Will Heyman, Assoc. Prof., Geography Dept., Texas A&M University Developing a code of responsible dive tourism at reef fish spawning aggregations: Ecology, socio-economics, and community-based adaptive management
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Sofia Agudelo
Mar 2 ANIN 317 Douglass Shaw, Prof., Dept. of Agricultural Economics, Texas A&M University Economics and ecosystem restoration
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William Brademan
Mar 9 ANIN 317 Gene Theodori, Assoc. Prof., Department of Sociology, Sam Houston State University Place, community, and ecosystem management
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Szu-Hung Chen
Mar 16 SPRING BREAK - NO SEMINAR
Mar 23 CSA 303 Timothy Killeen, Sr. Res. Sci., Center for Applied Biodiversity, Conservation International From the Amazon to the Mekong: Reconciling con-servation & development in an era of climate change
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Liz Shapiro
Mar 30 ANIN 317 Al Luloff, Professor, Agricultural Economics & Rural Sociology, Penn State University Defining community-based forestry in Pennsylvania's woodlands
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Wenjuan Chen
Apr 6 CSA 303 Amanda Stronza, Assoc. Prof., Dept. Rec., Parks & Tourism Sci., Texas A&M University Ecotourism and common pool resource management
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Ranjani Kulawardhana
Apr 13 ANIN 317 Lynn Huntsinger, Prof., Dept. of Environmental Science, Policy & Management UC Berkeley Survey research and ecosystem services in California
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Laura Martin
Apr 20 ANIN 317 Elizabeth Huber-Sannwald, Assoc. Prof., Instituto Potosino de Investigación Científica y Tecnológica, San Luis Potosí Social-ecological linkages associated with land degradation in Mexico: A case study in San Luis Potosi
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Kathryn Ramirez
Apr 27 ANIN 317 Steve Whisenant, David Briske and Urs Kreuter What have we learned? Developing a vision for the future.