LESAM Lab members are proud to contribute to the Erie County Climate Change Task Force. Jonathan Townsend (A4), Michael Monzillo (C4) and Chris Renschler (B2) are part of a research and outreach group with Samantha Horn (A5), Caroline Cameron (E2), Susan Clark (E1) and Josh Wilson (D1). You can read more about the research group contributions at https://www3.erie.gov/climateaction/climateaction/climate-vulnerability-assessment
GUEST PROFESSOR SEMINAR
Date: May 31, 2018
Place: Room #114-115, 7A Building at Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences, The University of Tokyo
INTEGRATED EXTREME EVENTS MANAGEMENT AT VARIOUS LANDSCAPE SCALES:
Using Systems Analysis, Modeling and the PEOPLES Resilience Framework To assess Sustainable Development from Plots and Communities to Regions
For abstract and details, click here.
Chris Renschler teaches a two week course at the University of Tokyo (last week of May – first week of June, 2018). The course consists of two segments: 1. Integrated Watershed Management “The Water, Soil and Sediment Edition” and 2. Process-based soil and water conservation modeling “The WEPP and GeoWEPP Edition”.
At the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna (Universität für Bodenkultur Wien)
Title: Keys to Integrated Extreme Events Management
Date/time: June 10 2016, 9:00-10:00