Climate adaptation science focuses on the assessment of sea force versus community values. In this webinar, Dr. Kirchner will present indigenous practices of managing land for water and heritage conservation from the Pacific Ocean, Arabia, and Persia. Dr. Kirchner will discuss the need to widen the approach taken by resource managers and scientists beyond individual discipline and expertise to work collaboratively in the nexus between Climate, Culture, and Civics.
PRESENTED BY DR. SAMIA RAB KIRCHNER, MORGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
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.