World Harbour Project: Linking Urban Ocean Initiatives Around the Globe
Presented By Dr. Judy O’Neil, UMCES Horn Point Laboratory
The “World Harbour Project” has created a global network of cities and linked research programs to investigate urban harbor health and ecosystem functioning. Launched in 2014 by Australia’s Sydney Institute of Marine Science, the program now includes 31 partners across the Pacific, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and the Americas, including the U.S. In this talk, Dr. Judy O’Neil will explore UMCES’ role in the project in both Baltimore Harbor and New York. She will discuss how innovation and an increased understanding of shared values and threats are helping to achieve the project vision of building resilient and productive global ports and harbors.
Where: ZOOM Webinar – you will receive a participant link after registering
Pre-Registration Required: https://www.usmf.org/s4c/
Who: Members of the general public. No scientific background needed; everyone is welcome!
This webinar is presented as a part of the Chesapeake Biological Laboratory’s Science for Communities Seminar Series. These public programs invite the community to discover how our scientists are developing new approaches to solving the environmental challenges facing Southern Maryland, our nation, and the world. This spring, webinars will focus on “The Urban Ocean.” View the complete Science for Communities Webinar schedule.