Friday, February 23, 2018

Water Insights Seminar Feb. 27: Climate Change Impacts On Wetland Hydrology

The February 27 Water Insights Seminar will feature a presentation by Mike Nassry, an Ecological Engineer at Penn State’s Department of Geography, on Climate Change Impacts on Wetland Hydrology.
This presentation will discussion ongoing wetland research in freshwater sites across the Mid-Atlantic Region, high-altitude glacier-fed systems of the Peruvian Andes, and coastal wetlands in the temperate rainforest of Southeast Alaska.
Climate change driven shifts to the amount and timing of water supporting these wetlands are impacting the ability of these systems to provide a unique suite of ecosystems services including carbon storage, flood control, lands for livestock grazing, and salmon spawning habitat.
The Seminar will be held from Noon to 1:00 p.m. in Room 102 of the Forest Resources Building at Penn State University in State College.  Click Here to attend the Seminar by webinar (sign in with your name and email).
Click Here for the full schedule of Water Insights Seminar series from Penn State’s Environment and Natural Resources Institute and recordings of past Seminars.
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