An Analytical Framework for Aligning Chesapeake Bay Program Monitoring Efforts to Support Climate Change Impact and Trend Analyses and Adaptive Management
A small workshop series, comprised of three one-day sessions (SAV, Oyster, and Blue Crab), was proposed for the purposes of developing recommendations to guide adjustments of CBP monitoring plans and efforts in order to better anticipate, assess and ultimately plan to address the factor of risk that climate change may have on the Partnership's ability to attain Chesapeake Bay Agreement Goals and Outcomes.
March 28, 2017 - Blue Crab - UMCES/CBL - R.V. Truitt Laboratory - 2nd Floor Conference Room
April 25, 2017 - Submerged Aquatic Vegetation (SAV) - SERC - Schmidt Center
April 26, 2017 - Oysters - SERC - Mathias Lab
Location and Lodging
March 28, 2017
129 Williams St
Please contact STAC Staff for additional information
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Zoe Johnson, Workshop Lead
Carl Hershner, STAC Representative
Elaine Hinrichs, STAC Staff
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