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SNRE Seminar: Strengthening Resilience of Trans-boundary Riparian Corridors
02/22/2012 - 4:00pm
School of Natural Resources and the Environment
Adaptation to Climate Change:
Perspectives at the Nexus of Science, Society, and Resource Management
WEDNESDAY, February 22, 2012
2:00 – 4:00 PM, 230 MARLEY
Strengthening Resilience of Trans-boundary Riparian Corridors
- Christopher Scott, Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy, School of Geography and Development
- Mitch Pavao-Zuckerman, Biosphere 2, School of Natural Resources and the Environment
The series is open to all students, faculty and staff, and to the general public.
Seminar presentations are also webcast over the internet. To access the presentations, please click on the appropriate link and follow the instructions.
For University of Arizona participants with Net ID -http://elluminate.oia.arizona.edu/scheduleMeetingnochair.php?sessionId=578407
For non University of Arizona participants -http://elluminate.oia.arizona.edu/scheduleMeetingnonetid.php?sessionId=578407
[The session title is RNR496B/696A]
For more information on the series, including a complete schedule for the semester, please see: http://www.snr.arizona.edu/seminars
For additional information, contact Larry Fisher (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Gregg Garfin (email@example.com)
Sponsored by the School of Natural Resources and the Environment, Institute of the Environment, and Biosphere 2.
Christopher A. Scott is Associate Professor of Water Resources Policy at the Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy, with a joint appointment as Associate Professor, School of Geography and Development. His work focuses on the policy dimensions of global change with particular emphasis on urban wastewater and water reuse, the water-energy nexus, trans-boundary water resources, agricultural-urban water transfers, and bi-national U.S.-Mexico climate and water policy. He has 10 years of experience living and working in India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, and Mexico in addition to two years in Honduras and two years in India with nongovernmental organizations.
Mitch Pavao-Zuckerman is a Research Scientist and Assistant Professor with B2 Earthscience at the University of Arizona's Biosphere 2 and the School of Natural Resources and the Environment. He is an ecosystem ecologist who is interested in global change and human-dominated systems. His research explores the responses of biogeochemical cycling in soils to altered environmental regimes, with a focus on linking community structure and ecosystem functioning. He works at the intersection of ecological and social sciences to develop an integrated understanding of human ecosystems, with a special emphasis on the ecology of cities and arid systems undergoing multiple environmental changes.