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Restoring Ecosystems in a Time of Ongoing Global Change (Free Virtual Event)

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Harvard Museums of Science & Culture and Harvard Museum of Natural History

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In this free virtual talk, restoration ecologist Dr. David Moreno Mateos examines how scientists have traditionally measured ecosystem recovery and argues for revolutionary, longer-term approaches.

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  • Only virtual (online or over the phone).

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.: Wed, March 23 2022 6下午 – 7下午.

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David Moreno Mateos, Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture, Harvard Graduate School of Design; Affiliate of the Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology, Harvard University

How long does it take for an ecosystem to recover after it is disturbed or destroyed by human activities? How do we know when an ecosystem has recovered? In this lecture, restoration ecologist David Moreno Mateos will discuss the traditional methods used to assess the recovery of terrestrial ecosystems—such as changes in biodiversity or soil carbon levels—and highlight their limitations. He will make a case for more comprehensive and long-term approaches to understanding and measuring ecosystem recovery and highlight their potential for enhancing environmental policies and large-scale restoration strategies.

This program is supported by the Michael V. Dyett Lecture Fund.

Presented by Harvard Museum of Natural History and Harvard Museums of Science & Culture



 

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.: Wed, March 23 2022 6下午 – 7下午.

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