Webinar: Trophic teleconnections in the changing Arctic Ocean: Modelling zooplankton life history and energy flows along long-distance transport corridors
Webinar: Climate Change, Indigenous Communities, and the Imperative for Action!
Internal tide-driven mixing: processes, parameterizations, and impacts
3:45 Marine Sciences Building, Alampi Room, 71 Dudley Road, Cook Campus, New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Webinar: The Social Implications of Pervasive Carbon
Webinar: Quantifying the role that terrestrial ecosystems play in Earth’s climate
Webinar: Profit From Capturing Methane Emissions
Webinar: Aligning Soil and Human Health
Key model processes for realistic simulations of the Madden-Julian oscillation
12:00 NOAA GFDL, Smagorinsky Seminar Room, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ
Webinar: Characterizing and comparing U.S. fisheries ecosystems: Successful factors in moving toward EBFM
Smart, socially just and sustainable transport
4:00 IFNH Room 101, Cook Campus, New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Webinar: Building Community Networks through Stewardship
Webinar: Adaptation, Law, and Infrastructure Planning in the Southeast: Roads Forward, Backward, or Somewhere In-Between?
Webinar: Community-Based Climate Change Resilience Planning, Strategies and Case Studies
Webinar: The effects of temperature on species distributions and community composition: Implications for Marine Protected Area (MPA) management
Advancing modeling capabilities to improve prediction of extreme weather events in the Northeastern United States
2:00 NOAA GFDL, Smagorinsky Seminar Room, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ.
Webinar: Shoreline Mapping Data and Products
Webinar: New Research to Inform Sustainable Shoreline Design, Placement and Monitoring
The Oceans X10: Life At The Limit Of Salinity
2:30 Room 223, Environment and Natural Resource Sciences Building, 14 College Farm Road, New Brunswick, NJ.
Shocks, States, and Sustainability: The Origins of Radical Environmental Reforms
4:00 Cook Campus Center, George H. Cook Room, 59 Biel Road, New Brunswick, NJ 08901
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