ARLC Science in the Seashore Symposium 2014

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Science in the Seashore Symposium Schedule of Events August 28, 2014 at Salt Pond Visitor Center, Eastham MA
Sponsored by the Friends of Cape Cod National Seashore

Time Slot

Presenter

Affiliation

Topic

1:00-1:10

George E. Price, Jr.

Jason J. Taylor, Ph.D.

CCNS Superintendent

CCNS Chief of Natural Resources

Welcome & Introduction

1:10-1:20

Atlantic Research and Learning Center

Cape Cod National Seashore, National Park Service

ARLC Film

1:20-1:35

Alexis Fischer

PhD Candidate, Biology Department, MIT/WHOI Joint Program, WHOI

Alexandrium fundyense cysts in the Nauset Marsh System: factors controlling germination and bloom initiation in a changing climate

1:35-1:50

Alden B. Griffith, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Environmental Studies Program, Wellesley College

The invasive potential of Bromus tectorum in Cape Cod dune systems

1:50-2:05

Barbara Brennessel, Ph.D.

Wheaton College

Four years of observations on the Northern diamondback terrapin (Malaclemys terrapin terrapin) in the Herring River estuary

2:05-2:20

Alyssa Novak, Ph.D.

Adjunct Research Scientist, Provincetown Center for Coastal Studies

Building resilient eelgrass populations in a globally changing environment

2:20-2:50

Break for Refreshments

2:50-3:00

Rachel Thiet, Ph.D.

Core Faculty and Director of MS Program, Environmental Studies Department, Antioch University New England

Benthic ecology at East Harbor back-barrier lagoon: 10 years of post-restoration outcomes in an equilibrating system

3:00-3:15

Jim Harmon, Ph.D.

Archeologist, National Park Service

Archeological Investigations at the Baker-Biddle House, A Late Archaic to Late Woodland Native American Shell Midden

3:15-3:30

Hollie E. Emery

Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Earth &Environment, Boston University

Salt marsh biogeochemistry in a changing climate: the effects of extreme precipitation

3:30-3:45

Alexis Doshas

Research Technician, UCG/NSF/CCNS

The role of fire and soil disturbance in the restoration of Corema conradii (broom crowberry) dominated heathlands

3:45-4:00

Sophia Fox, Ph.D.

Aquatic Ecologist, Cape Cod National Seashore

The Herring River estuary: an exploration using water quality studies and bioassays

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