[MARMAM] Join Us: Webinar on Harnessing Biological Partnerships to Improve Coastal Restoration

Emily Knight eknight at pewtrusts.org
Wed Jan 9 12:31:11 PST 2019


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This is Emily Knight, Manager, Lenfest Ocean Program. Please join us for a one-hour webinar on Tuesday, February 5 at 2:30 PM Eastern time/11:30 AM Pacific time featuring Dr. Brian Silliman, Professor of Marine Conservation Biology at Duke University. He will discuss his research to improve coastal restoration by testing whether biological partnerships between organisms can increase yields and decrease costs under a variety of environmental conditions. Of particular interest to the MARMAM community is that one of Dr. Silliman's case studies (California) involves sea otters. To register, click here<https://pewcharitabletrusts.webex.com/pewcharitabletrusts/onstage/g.php?MTID=e81e6ec5e542da9bf8c652c3209dff9f1>.

Background: Salt marshes and other coastal habitats have been degraded worldwide by development, altered river flows, and other human impacts. Many land managers have sought to mitigate these effects through large-scale restoration - planting marsh grasses, seagrasses, oysters, and other ecologically important species. Current restoration practice stipulates that managers should space out plantings of grasses and other organisms to ensure they do not compete with each other for space or nutrients. However, small-scale field experiments have suggested that restoration success could be significantly improved by taking advantage of natural partnerships between organisms. Thus, the Lenfest Ocean Program is supporting Dr. Brian Silliman and colleagues to conduct experiments at four active restoration sites around the world, including North Carolina, California, The Netherlands, and China. Visit our website<http://bit.ly/2Qj4As6> to learn more.

Please do forward this information or recommend contacts. Let me know if you have any questions.
Best, Emily

Webinar Instructions:

Date: Tuesday, February 5, 2019
Time: 2:30 PM Eastern time/11:30 AM Pacific time

For remote access:
Please fill out the registration form<https://pewcharitabletrusts.webex.com/pewcharitabletrusts/onstage/g.php?MTID=e81e6ec5e542da9bf8c652c3209dff9f1> before the event is scheduled to begin.
Event number: 799 399 874
Event password: restore2019

For teleconference audio after you join the webinar, either:

  1.  Select "Call Using Computer"
  2.  Select "Call me" and provide your phone number (recommended)
  3.  Call the number below and enter the access code.
     *   In the U.S. and Canada, dial 1-855-214-7745.
     *   In Australia, dial 61-0-291866690.
     *   For additional global call in numbers click here<https://www.tcconline.com/listNumbersByCode.action?confCode=6390800317>.

                                                    i.     Enter conference code 609 216 9542

                                                   ii.     After dialing the conference code, be sure to enter the Attendee ID that will appear on your screen. You will not be prompted to do so.

Emily Knight
Manager, Lenfest Ocean Program
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Washington, DC 20004

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