29 May 2013

BES Quarterly Meeting 13 June 2013

Save the Date Thursday, 13 June  —  Baltimore Ecosystem Study Quarterly Project Meeting, 
University of Maryland, Baltimore County, CUERE offices, TRC Room 206.

Meeting Goals:
·         To practice, refine, and link the talks to be delivered at the Mid-Term Review. 
·         To decide on the posters to be linked to the talks, and identify authors of the posters. 
·         To articulate and refine the strategy and tactics for interacting with the external review team.

Agenda Outline:

8:30 Breakfast/Schmooze

Each talk will be allotted the 20 minutes it will have in the review session.  Fifteen minutes will be devoted after each talk to a discussion of 1) improvements; 2) connections with posters; and 3) connections with other talks.  Only the first author is listed here, although the talks are expected to draw upon interactive teams.

·         Overview of Resilience and Adaptive Processes: Scientific Understanding of Sustainability. Pickett
·         Long-Term Data: Relationship to Resilience and Adaptation.  Rosi-Marshall
·         The Urban Stream Dis/Continuum Concept and Urban Resilience and Adaptation.  Kaushal
·         Locational Choice by Households and Firms: Contributions to Resilience and Adaptation.  Irwin
·         The Urban Metacommunity Concept and Urban Resilience and Adaptation.  Swan
·         Contributions of Integrative Modeling to Understanding and Using Resilience and Adaptation.  Band
·         Education Research and Practice: Understanding and Using Resilience and Adaptation.  Berkowitz

·         Points for the summary paper to be prepared subsequently;
·         Strategic overview of process and interaction with review team;
·         Clarification of overall framework and synthesis;
·         Finalization of posters and lead authors for posters.
·         Discuss field trip itinerary

5:00 Adjourn

All members of the BES community, as well as other interested parties, are encouraged to attend and participate. 

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