Free UMCES Webinar:
Future Chesapeake Bay health will depend on the combined influence of environmental changes and peoples’ responses to those changes. Dr. Lisa Wainger will describe research into these combined effects that found that adaptations that farmers are already making to improve crop growth under changing weather are likely to prevent some harm to Chesapeake Bay water quality. This beneficial effect could be enhanced by looking for additional opportunities to change the timing of nutrients to water bodies.
Presented by Dr. Lisa Wainger
Pre-Registration Required: http://www.usmf.org/scienceforcitizens/
This event is presented as a part of the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Sciences – Chesapeake Biological Laboratory’s (CBL) Science for Citizens seminar series. Learn about upcoming webinars here: https://www.umces.edu/cbl/science-citizens