Coastal watersheds in the Anthropocene: Understanding rapid change and implication for people and ecosystemsExport this event to calendar

Thursday, March 2, 2017 — 4:30 PM to 7:00 PM EST

Join us for a facilitated panel discussion on coastal watersheds in the Anthropocene. Supported by the OceanCanada Partnership and the Water Institute, this public event is being organized as part of a two-day workshop with the goal to develop and apply a social-ecological system perspective to broaden our understanding of abrupt and rapid changes in coastal watersheds. A facilitated panel discussion chaired by Simon Courtenay, University of Waterloo, will take place from 4:30 - 6:00 p.m. followed by a reception.

There will be four presenters, a discussant, and an open dialogue period with the audience.

The topics and presenters include:

  • Natalie Ban (University of Victoria): A social-ecological systems perspective of rapid change
  • William Cheung (University of British Columbia): The future of Canadian fisheries under multiple human drivers
  • David VanderZwaag (Dalhousie University): Canadian Ocean Governance in the Anthropocene: Legal Laments and Promises
  • Ratana Cheunpagdee (Memorial University): A transdisciplinary perspective on change

For more details and to register, visit the official event page.

Cost 
Free
Location 
CGR - Conrad Grebel University
Great Hall
140 Westmount Road North

Waterloo, ON N2L 3G6
Canada

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