8th Annual UO Climate Change Research Symposium

Another successful UO Climate Change Research Symposium was held on Tuesday, March 5, 2019, 8:30am - 5pm

Here is the schedule of presentations. It was a great day.

 

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8th Annual University of Oregon
Climate Change Research Symposium

TUESDAY, March 5th, 2019 8:30am-4:30pm
Museum of Natural and Cultural History, University of Oregon

8:30-10:00 am Panel 1: 

Mapping iceberg geometry and measuring iceberg melting in a Greenland fjord

Kristin Schild, UO Earth Sciences

Quantifying upper layer ocean circulation using iceberg GPS tracking

Richelle Cabatic, UO Physics & Earth Sciences

Livestock and the Environment

Erin McKenna, UO Philosophy

Brave work in the age of climate change

Deborah Morrison, UO sojc

Tribal Climate Change Project

Kaylee Jenness, UO environmental studies

10:15- 11:45am Panel 2: 

A World They Don't Deserve: Ethics After Moral Failure

Allen Thompson, OSU Philosophy

The Great Global Warmer: Reading Jay Gatsby in the Anthropocene

Kyle Keeler, UO Environmental Studies & English

Convening Regional Climate Collaboratives: A Cross-Comparison Of US Cases

Margerum Richard, UO School of PPPM

Climate Change and the Food-Water-Energy Nexus: Understanding the Influence of Environmental Beliefs on Nexus Policy Preferences

ALLISON DANIEL, PATRICIA FERNANDEZ, STUTY MASKEY, OSU PUBLIC POLICY

Oregon 2018 Drought Impacts

Julia Ostapiej, OSU Public Policy

When the River Ran Dry: Archaeological Evidence of the Paleoenvironment at Rimrock Draw Rockshelter, Southeastern Oregon

Patrick O'Grady, UO Museum of Natural and Cultural History

12-1:30pm Panel 3: 

Resilience of an old-growth coniferous forest in the Pacific Northwest, USA in warmer and drier summers

Yueyang Jiang, OSU College of Forestry

Forest Expansion Detected in Brazil Using Carbon Stable Isotopes in Soil

Jamie Wright, UO Environmental Sciences, Studies, and Policy

Effects of Forest Management on Carbon/Nitrogen Reserves in the Western Cascades and Implications for Climate Change

Michael Farinacci, UO Geography

Linking Western Juniper and Ponderosa Pine Tree Growth, Range Expansion and Climate Change in the Sagebrush-Steppe

Schyler Reis, UO Environmental Science and Geography

Comparing leaf temperature with measured and modeled canopy carbon and water fluxes during heat waves

Gerald Page, OSU Forest Ecosystems & Society

1:45-2:45pm Keynote Presentation

Why Govern Climate Engineering? A Proposal for Immediate Governance

Prof. Sikina Jinnah, UC-Santa Cruz department of Politics

3:00-4:30pm Panel 4: 

How Do Corporate Tax Rates Affect Corporate Environmental Social Responsibility?

Roberta Mann, UO Law

Determinants of Willingness to Pay for Internal Carbon Pricing Programs

Ryan Walch, UO Economics

The US-EU Bi-Multilateralism: A New Arrangement for Achieving the Climate Change Mitigation Goals under the Paris Agreement

Nataliya Stranadko, PSU Political Science

192 Countries: Highly differential climate change resilience

Gregory Bothun, UO Physics

A Landscape Approach to Conserving Carbon Stocks in California Rangelands

Lina Aoyama, UO BIOLOGY & environmental studies

Soil nitrogen fixation and nutrient availability in response to climate change in Pacific Northwest prairies

Barbara Bomfim Fernandes, UO Institute of Ecology and Evolution