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Monday

Monday, December 8, 2014

 

Morning Pre-Conference Workshops

8:00am-11:30am

Workshop 1-AM

Workshop 2-AM

Workshop 3-AM

Workshop 4-AM

Workshop 5-AM

Workshop 6-AM

Workshop 7-AM

Workshop 8-AM

Organizer

Lydia Olander,
Duke University, National Ecosystem Services Partnership

Joseph Nicolette, Lionel Camus & Nina Mari Jřrgensen,
ENVIRON International Corp. & Fram Centre

Leah Harris Palm-Forster,
Michigan State University

Katie Riley &
Jeremy Sokulsky
, Environmental Incentives, LLC

Amy Rosenthal,
Natural Capital Project - World Wildlife Fund

Marilyn Buchholtz
ten Brink
,
Interagency Working Group on Ocean Social Sciences, US EPA

Constance Best,
Pacific Forest Trust

Douglas Bruggeman, Ecological Services & Markets

8:00am-11:30am

Methods for Incorporating Ecosystem Services into Planning and Decision-Making
All-Day Workshop

Ecosystem Services, Climate Change, and the Arctic Environment

● PRESENTATIONS ●

 ● Ban ● 

 ● Holmen ● 

 ● Jorgensen ● 

 ● Nicolette ● 

 ● Rockel ● 

 ● Whital ● 

 ● Word ● 

Coordinated Approaches to Enhance Ecosystem Services in Watersheds Dominated by Agriculture

● PRESENTATIONS ●

 ● Dell ● 

 ● DePinto ● 

 ● McGrath ● 

 ● Palm Forster● 

 ● Vollmer-Sanders ● 

Designing Performance-Driven Ecosystem Service Programs

Back to the Future: Scenario Development for Ecosystem Services

● PRESENTATIONS ●

 ● Presentation 1 ● 

 ● Presesntation 2 ● 

 ● Presentation 3 ● 

 ● Presentation 4 ● 

 ● Presentation 5 ● 

Incorporating Ecosystem Services Concepts and Measures into Coastal, Marine and Great Lakes Management

The Forest Carbon Offset Market Comes of Age: Lessons from the Launch of California’s Landmark Climate Action Program

● PRESENTATIONS ●

 ● Best ●

 ● Levin ●

 ● Williams ●

 

Modeling Species Banking at a Landscape-Scale

11:45am-12:45pm

Public Listening Session

 

Coastal Green Infrastructure for Climate Resilience: Developing a Federal Research Agenda

Moderators

Anne Kinsinger, Associate Director for Ecosystems, U.S. Geological Survey
Hannah Safford, SINSI Fellow, White House Office of Science and Technology Policy
 ● PRESENTATION ● 
David Yoskowitz, Chief Economist, NOAA

Stakeholders are invited to provide individual input to help inform the development of a Federal research agenda
on the role of coastal green infrastructure in enhancing climate resilience.

 

Afternoon Pre-Conference Workshops

1:00pm-4:30pm

Workshop 1-PM

Workshop 2-PM

Workshop 3-PM

Workshop 4-PM

Workshop 5-PM

Workshop 6-PM

Workshop 7-PM

Workshop 8-PM

Organizer

Lydia Olander,
Duke University, National Ecosystem Services Partnership

Carrie Sanneman, Willamette Partnership

Alex Echols,
 Sand County Foundation

Stacy Small-Lorenz, Environmental Defense Fund

Christine Feurt, University of New England

Timothy Boucher,
The Nature Conservancy

Jeffrey Thomas,
Puyallup Tribe of Indians

Jonathan Kochmer & Nora Wahlund,
Earth Economics

1:00pm-4:30pm

Continued: Methods for Incorporating Ecosystem Services into Planning and Decision-Making
All-Day Workshop

Best Practice in Program Design: Key Decisions in Building Ecosystem Service Payment, Incentive, or Trading Programs that Work

● PRESENTATIONS ●

 ● Baraso ● 

 ● Sanneman ● 

Improving Ecosystem Services from Agricultural Lands: Modern Technology and Markets

● PRESENTATIONS ●

 ● McGrath ● 

 ● Miller ● 

 ● Sampson ● 

 ● Sprague ● 

 ● Sweeney ●

Getting Better Biodiversity Outcomes From Coordinated Environmental Markets

● PRESENTATIONS ●

 ● Fox ● 

 ● Halsey ● 

 ● Hartley ● 

 ● Henery ● 

 ● Pfaff ● 

 ● Robertson ● 

 ● Small-Lorenz ● 

 ● Snider ● 

 ● Sokulsky ● 

 ● Wolfe ● 

 

 

Communicating Ecosystem Services Using Collaborative Learning and Mental Models

Natural Infrastructure: Reducing Risks and Generating Co-Benefits Along Coastlines and in Floodplains

● PRESENTATIONS ●

 ● Boucher ● 

 ● Goldstein ● 

 ● Shepard ●

Ecosystems and Community/ Tribal Social-Ecological Systems

● PRESENTATIONS ●

 ● Flensburg ● 

 ● Pollnac ● 

 ● Thomas ● 

Ecosystem Valuation Toolkit: Online Tools for Valuing Natural Capital

 

Monday Evening Town Hall Meetings

4:45pm-5:50pm

Habitat Exchange Mock Transaction

Integrating the Value of Nature into Business Decisions

Organizer

Katie Riley & Jeremy Sokulsky, Environmental Incentives, LLC

Sheila Walsh Reddy, The Nature Conservancy

4:45pm-4:50pm

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

4:50pm- 5:50pm

Town Hall Discussion

Town Hall Discussion

Tuesday

Tuesday, December 9, 2014

8:00am-10:00am

Opening Plenary Session

8:00am-8:10am

Introductions and Announcements - Frank Casey, Science and Decisions Center, U.S. Geological Survey, ACES 2014 Conference Chair

8:10am-8:40am

ACES 2014 Welcome Addresses
Suzette Kimball
, Acting Director, U.S. Geological Survey  ● PRESENTATION ● 
Thomas Tidwell, Chief, USDA Forest Service

8:45am-10:00am

Plenary Session 1
  ● VIDEO ● 
Ecosystem Services: Key Advances and Challenges in Linking Science, Practice, and Decision Making
Moderator: Mark Schaefer
, Global Fellow, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars

Panel Members
Ann M. Bartuska, Deputy Under Secretary for Research, Education, and Economics, U.S. Department of Agriculture
William Ginn, Executive Vice President, Global Conservation Initiative, The Nature Conservancy
Stephen Polasky, Regents Professor and Fesler-Lampert Professor of Ecological & Environmental Economics, University of Minnesota
J.B. Ruhl, David Daniels Allen Distinguished Chair of Law, Vanderbilt University
 ● PRESENTATION ● 
Steven L. Stockton, Director of Civil Works, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

10:30am-12:00pm

Plenary Session

 

Plenary Session 2
  ● VIDEO ● 
Ecosystem Services and Public Policy: Status, Opportunities, and Challenges
Moderator: Lynn Scarlett
, Managing Director of Public Policy, The Nature Conservancy

 

Keynote Address - Sally Jewell, Secretary, U.S. Department of the Interior

 

Remarks and Discussion
Jay Jensen
, Associate Director for Land & Water Ecosystems, White House Council on Environmental Quality
Robert Bonnie, Under Secretary for Natural Resources and Environment, U.S. Department of Agriculture
 

 

Tuesday Lunch Town Hall Meetings

12:15pm-1:20pm

 

Managing Agricultural Hydrology to Deploy Ecosystem Service Markets
featuring presentation by Chief Jason Weller, USDA NRCS

Ecosystem Services and Municipal Planning: Engaging Local Decision-Makers

Organizer

Alex Echols, Sand County Foundation

Coeli Hoover, US Forest Service  ● PRESENTATION ● 

12:15pm-12:20pm

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

12:20pm- 1:20pm

Town Hall Discussion

Town Hall Discussion

 

Concurrent Sessions - 1

1:30pm-3:15pm

Session 1A

Session 1B

Session 1C

Session 1D

Session 1E

Session 1F

Session 1G

Session 1H

 

Ecosystem Services in Agriculture and Forestry

Integrating Ecosystem Services Into Program Planning, Budget, Management, and Performance

Improving Ecosystem Services from Agricultural Lands

The Use of Citizen Science to Advance Ecosystem Services Implementation

Arctic Ecosystem Services and Climate Change

Advancing the SEEA Experimental Ecosystem Accounting

How to Use Economic Valuation of Ecosystems to Inform Decision-Making

Cultural Implications for Ecosystem Services 1

Moderator

Robert Deal

Melanie Stansbury

Alex Echols

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Dianna Hogan

Lionel Camus &
Nina Mari Jřrgensen

Mark Eigenraam

Erin Gray

Paula Harrison

1:30pm-1:35pm

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

1:35pm-1:55pm

Vitalie Gulca
The Role of Ecosystem Services in Forests of Developing and Developed Countries

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Panel Session

Ann Bartuska,
U.S. Department of Agriculture

Sally Collins,
Independent Consultant

Olivia Ferriter,
U.S. Department of the Interior

Mark Schaefer,
Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars

Dave White
Bringing DWM for Ecosystem Services to Market: Why DWM is Well Positioned to Enter Ecosystem Service Markets

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Pierre Glynn
Ecosystem Services and Citizen Science: A New Framework for Engagement

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Claire Armstrong
Arctic Marine Ecosystem Services and Values

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Julian Chow
Overview of the SEEA Experimental Ecosystem Accounting

 ● PRESENTATION ● 


 

Richard Waite
Making Ecosystem Valuation Count for Decision Making in the Caribbean

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Paul Ringold
Research Questions to Identify Ecological Indicators Most Useful for Linking Ecosystems and Human Well-Being

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

1:55pm-2:15pm

Jeffrey Kline
Timber, Carbon Storage, and Habitat Production Possibilities

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Mark Kieser
Cost Comparison of DWM Ecosystem Service Delivery with Conventional Strategies

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Alexey Voinov
Values in Modeling: Making Ecosystem Services Operational

Rolf Anker Ims
Ecosystem Services Provided by Terrestrial Habitats in the Arctic

François Soulard
Ecosystem Accounting in Canada

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Peter Schuhmann
The Valuation of Marine Ecosystem Goods and Services in the Caribbean: A Literature Review and Framework for Future Valuation Efforts

 ● PRESENTATION ● 


 

Joanna Piwowarczyk
Marine and Coastal Ecosystem Services in Daily Experiences of Citizens of Gulf of Gdansk, Southern Baltic

2:15pm-2:35pm

Gary Bentrup
Designer Landscapes: Enhancing Ecosystem Services on Ag Lands

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Brian Hicks
Bringing Drainage Water Management for Ecosystem Services to Market: What Farmers Need To Participate

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Barbara Martinez
Citizen Science and Crowd-Sourced Data To Assess Cultural Goods and Services

Raychelle Daniel
Ecosystem Services in the Arctic from the Local Perspective and Future Challenges in Light of a Changing Environment

Miroslav Honzák
Ecosystem Accounting in Peru

David Gill
Assessment of the Economic Value of Reef Fishing and Dive Tourism in Caribbean Coastal Communities

Cheryl Willis
Revealing Cultural Ecosystem Services at the Coast and in the Sea: Lessons from Cornwall, UK

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

2:35pm-2:55pm

Jan Lewandrowski
Farm-Level Assessment of the Potential for Managing Crop Production Systems, Livestock Productions Systems, & Agricultural Land

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Andrew McElwaine
Bringing Agriculture and Municipalities Together to Improve the Environment and Save Money for Taxpayers

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Mattijs Van Maasakkers
Monitoring and Verification of Ecosystem Services Markets

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Kim Holmén
Climate Change in Svalbard – Physical Changes

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Mark Eigenraam
Advancing the SEEA Experimental Ecosystem Accounting: Challenges and Next Steps

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Tundi Agardy
Valuations in the Broadest Sense Promote Uptake

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Kenneth Bagstad
Mapping Ecosystem Services for National Park Service Management

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

2:55pm-3:15pm

Dana Bauer Pollination Services and Grower Decision Making

Discussion and
Q & A

Discussion and
Q & A

Brad Raffle &
Joseph Nicolette

Climate Change and the Growth of Oil and Gas Exploration in the Arctic

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Discussion and
Q & A

Steve Polasky
Making Ecosystem Valuation Count for National Accounting

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Discussion and
Q & A

 

Concurrent Sessions - 2

3:45pm-5:30pm

Session 2A

Session 2B

Session 2C

Session 2D

Session 2E

Session 2F

Session 2G

Session 2H

 

Fostering Resilience in the Rogue Basin

Developing Standards for the Application of Ecosystem Services Valuation in Cost-Benefit and Tradeoff Analysis Policy and Decision Tools

Agriculture Perspectives on Water Quality Trading

Links Between Ecosystem Services and Human Well-Being

Arctic Ecosystem Services: Policy and Adaptive Decision-Making

Going Mainstream: Applications of Environmental Accounting to Public and Private Investing

The National Climate Assessment and Decision-Making About Ecosystem Services

Cultural Implications for Ecosystem Services 2

Moderator

Jodi Schoenen

Stuart Levenbach

Brian Brandt

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Frank Casey

Nina Mari Jřrgensen &
Joseph Nicolette

Jeremy Sokulsky

Ilya Fischhoff &
Emily Cloyd
 

Mary Snieckus

3:45pm-3:50pm

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

3:50pm-4:10pm

Sara Vickerman Assessing Ecological Values in the Rogue Basin of Oregon

 ● PRESENTATION ● 


 

Panel Session

Jim Boyd,
Resources for the Future (RFF)

Dixon Landers,
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Doug Lipton,

National Oceanic
and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)

Steve Polasky,
University of Minnesota

Brian Brandt
Overview of Ohio River Basin Water Quality Trading and Stimulating Environmental Markets projects from Ag Perspective

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Cass Hunter
A Participatory Tool for Estimating Future Impacts on Ecosystem Services and Livelihoods in Torres Strait

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Per Fauchald
Changes in Ecosystem Service Flows Given Climate Change
 

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Jeremy Sokulsky
Principles of Environmental Accounting

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Peter Groffman Ecosystems, Biodiversity, and Ecosystem Services

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Benson Sherrouse
Improving Social-Value Transfer Through Social-Context Matching

4:10pm-4:30pm

Jodi Schoenen
Conflict and Fragmentation in Land Management

 ● PRESENTATION ● 


 

Jeremy Peters
Perspective and Engagement of Conservation Districts on WQT Markets

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Jeffrey Thomas
Developing Tribal Well-being Indicators for the Puyallup Indian Reservation

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Vera Hausner
How Does Governance and Socioeconomic Conditions Influence Spatial Use and Priorities of Local People in the Arctic?
 

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

David Zippin
Applying Environmental Accounting Principles to Improve the Effectiveness of Large-Scale Habitat Conservation Plans

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Juli Trtanj Linking Ecosystem Services, Climate, and Public Health

Elizabeth Gomez
A Dynamic Ecological and Economic Model Linking Oyster Reef Bioenergetics to Final Ecosystem Services

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

4:30pm-4:50pm

Gwyn Myer Addressing the Impacts of Climate Change on Ecosystem Benefits in a Management Context

 ● PRESENTATION ● 


 

Ryan Bennett
Perspective and Engagement of Dairy Industry on WQT Markets

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Susan Flensburg
Climate Change Health Assessments for Three Coastal, Riverine and Lake System Communities in Southwest Alaska

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Suzanne Ban
Adaptive Management of Arctic Marine Mammal Populations in Response to Changing Arctic Conditions
 

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Timothy Male
Focusing on Outcomes: New Policies and Opportunities to Turn Around Declining Candidate Species

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Jim Murley Coastal Community Planning - Challenges and Opportunities

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

David Blockstein
Consequences for Ecosystem Services Today from the Extinction of the Passenger Pigeon (Ectopistes Migratorius) a Century Ago

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

4:50pm-5:10pm

Nikola Smith Application of Ecological, Social and Economic Values to Land Management Planning and Implementation

 ● PRESENTATION ● 


 

Pete Conkle
Perspective of Producers and Local SWCD Staff Participating in WQT Markets

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Jamie Donatuto
Evaluating Human Well-Being in Relation to Shellfish as a Place-Based Cultural Ecosystem Service of the Puget Sound Region of the Salish Sea

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Lionel Camus and
Jack Word

Oil Spill Response and Planning in the Arctic: Adaptive Management With a Focus on Ecosystem Services

● PRESENTATIONS ●

 ● Camus ● 
 ● Word ● 

Elizabeth Lauck
Environmental Accounting and Foreign Assistance: Increasing Accountability and Improving Results

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Lindene Patton
Insurance & Climate Change: Risks, Opportunities and the US NCA3

Zachary Ancona
Can Cultural and Biophysical Ecosystem Service Mapping Inform National Forest Management? A Six-Forest Case Study for the Rocky Mountain Region

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

5:10pm-5:30pm

Discussion and
Q & A

Discussion and
Q & A

Richard Pollnac
Livelihood Activities, Activity Satisfaction and Well-being: Examples from Coastal Fisheries

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

David Moore
Using Ecosystem Services to Demonstrate the Environmental Sustainability of Arctic Oil and Gas Exploration
 

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Jerome Ryan
How Environmental Accounting Provides for Increased Private Sector Capital Investment in Ecosystems

Discussion and
Q & A

Discussion and
Q & A

 

Tuesday Evening Town Hall Meetings

5:45pm-6:50pm

The Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES): Opportunities for Science to Inform International Policy on Biodiversity Change

Federal Coordination in the Chesapeake Bay-
 Reducing Complexity in Water Quality Trading

Location

Grand Ballroom Salons D-E

Grand Ballroom Salons F-G

Organizer

Clifford Duke, Ecological Society of America  ● PRESENTATION ● 
Charles Perrings, Arizona State University
 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Kathryn Zook, USDA - Office of Environmental Markets

5:45pm-5:50pm

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

5:50pm-6:50pm

Town Hall Discussion

Town Hall Discussion

Wednesday

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

7:20am-7:50am

NESP Guidebook Launch
 ● Federal Resource Management and Ecosystem Service Guidebook Training Resources ● 

8:00am-9:45am

Plenary Session

 

Plenary Session 3
  ● VIDEO ● 
The Role of Traditional Ecological Knowledge in Ecosystem Service Assessment and Valuation
Moderator: Monique Fordham
, National Tribal Liaison, U.S. Geological Survey

Panel Members
Preston Hardison
, Natural Resource Department, Tulalip Tribes
 ● PRESENTATION ● 
Doug Harris, Deputy Tribal Historic Preservation Officer, Narragansett Indian Tribal Historic Preservation Office
Jim Ransom, Director of Tehotiienawakon, Mohawk Council of Akwesasne
 ● PRESENTATION ● 
Margaret Hiza Redsteer, Research Scientist, Flagstaff Science Center, U.S. Geological Survey
 ● PRESENTATION ● 

 

Concurrent Sessions - 3

10:15am-12:00pm

Special Concurrent Session
Tribe/Academia Partnership Forges New Frontier in Tribal Historic Preservation & Marine Geoarchaeological Research

 

Moderator: Doug Harris

 

10:15am-10:20am Introduction and Overview
10:20am-10:45am Video: First Year's Report
10:45am-11:05am Doug Harris
 ● PRESENTATION ● 
11:05am-11:25am John King
11:25am-11:45am David Robinson
 ● PRESENTATION ● 
11:45am-12:00pm Discussion & Q&A

10:15am-12:00pm

Session 3A

Session 3B

Session 3C

Session 3D

Session 3E

Session 3F

Session 3G

Session 3H

 

Sustainability and Ecosystem Services

Assessing a Role for an Ecosystem Services Approach in Urban Coastal Management, Green Infrastructure, and Climate Resilience

Environmental Markets 1

Partnerships in Ecosystem Services

Applying an Ecosystem Services Framework for Urban Decision Making

Ecosystem Services Valuation Perspectives

Linking Decisions to Stakeholder Values in the Guánica Bay Watershed

Coastal and Marine Implications in Ecosystem Services

Moderator

Carl Shapiro

Laura Petes

Carrie Sanneman

Sara O'Brien

Susan Wachter

Malka Pattison

Patricia Bradley

Greg Reub

10:15am-10:20am

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

10:20am-10:40am

Steve Polasky
Make it Fit

  ● PRESENTATION ● 

Panel Session

David Batker,
Earth Economics

Michael Curley,

Environmental Law Institute (ELI)

Mary Erickson,
National Oceanic
and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)

Mary Ruckelshaus,
Natural Capital Project, Stanford University

Jody Springer,
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)

Lydia Olander
Managing Risks and Liabilities in Environmental Markets in the US

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Rachel Muir
Supporting the Science Needs for Revitalizing Urban Rivers and Communities Through the Urban Waters Federal Partnership

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Marc Imhoff
Energy, Policy, and Ecosystems Services on a Nine Billion Person Planet: What’s Ahead? 

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Gregory Valatin
Insights from Behavioural Economics for Global Sustainability

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Patricia Bradley
Linking Decisions to Stakeholder Values in the Guánica Bay Watershed, Puerto Rico

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

David Yoskowitz
Ecosystem Services and NOAA's Restore Act Science Program

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

10:40am-11:00am

Maria Cristina Infante
Ecosystem Services Value at Risk: A New Approach for Sustainability

Eric Sprague
Connecting Landowners to Forest Mitigation Banking in Maryland

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Heidi Huber-Stearns
Investments in Watershed Services and Sustainable Institutions

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Dianna Hogan
Integrating Ecosystem Services with Local Land Use Decision Making

Lauretta Burke
The Future of Revaluing Ecosystems

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

William Fisher
Decision Scenario Analysis for Addressing Sediment Accumulation in Lago Lucchetti, Puerto Rico 

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Ariana Sutton-Grier
Connecting Stressors, Ocean Ecosystem Services, and Human Health

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

11:00am-11:20am

Shaina Sehgal
Integrating Multiple Stakeholders in the Ecological Restoration of an Iron Ore Mine in India

  ● PRESENTATION ● 

Ederson Zanetti
Green Farm: Harmonizing Social Responsibility, Environmental Sustainability and Profitable Business

Deborah McGrath
Academic Institutions as Partners in Developing World PES Programs

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

David Hsu
The Market for Green Infrastructure in Philadelphia

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Elliott Campbell
Incorporating Ecosystem Services into the Genuine Progress Indicator (GPI)

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Debbie Santavy
Developing a Biological Condition Gradient for the Protection of Coral Reefs in Guánica Bay

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Tracy Rouleau
ESV and NOAA's Restore Program: Developing Actionable Information for Local Decision-Making

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

11:20am-11:40am

Aurélien Bruel
Economic Valuation of Changes in Ecosystem Services Provision Within a Life Cycle Approach

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Eric Hallstein &
Mark Reynolds
Using a Reverse Auction to Dynamically Source Bird Habitat

Ione Taylor
Ecosystem Services Applied to Graduate Level Education in Energy and Mineral Resources

Julie Ulrich
Expanding Ecosystem Services Using A Network Based Approach To Green Infrastructure

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Darius Semmens
A Research Synthesis on the Spatial Ecological and Economic Subsidies of Migratory Species

Bob Leeworthy Ecosystem Service Valuation

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Anthony Dvarskas
Incorporating Natural Capital and Ecosystem Services Impacts into Economic Vulnerability Assessments

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

11:40am-12:00pm

Brain Voigt
Visual Resource Management Under Alternative Oil and Gas Development Scenarios in the Moab, UT Region

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Doug Bruggeman
The Value of Learning about Natural History in Biodiversity Markets

Ann Hayden Peridas
Central Valley Habitat Exchange: Creating Voluntary Environmental Markets and Science-based Solutions for People and the Environment

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Discussion and
Q & A

Kelley Myers
Can We Measure Public Values for Protecting Ecosystem Services?

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Susan Yee
Assessing Sustainability of Coral Reef Ecosystem Services Using a Spatially-Explicit Decision Support Tool

Evan Branosky
Stormwater Retention Credit Trading and Other Green Infrastructure Incentives in the District Of Columbia

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

12:15pm-1:20pm

Wednesday Lunch Town Hall Meetings

Linking Health and Nature: Making Sure People Are Really Part of Ecosystem Services

An Interdisciplinary Approach to Assessing Ecosystem Service Values – Moving beyond Economics

Launch of the President’s Ecosystem Vulnerability Climate Data Initiative and EcoINFORMA: Using Data and Tools to Build Resilience

Organized By: Bobby Cochran, Willamette Partnership

Organized By: David Ervin, Portland State University

Organized By: Olivia Ferriter, US Geological Survey
  ● PRESENTATION ● 

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Town Hall Discussion

Town Hall Discussion

Town Hall Discussion

 

Concurrent Sessions - 4

1:30pm-3:15pm

Session 4A

Session 4B

Session 4C

Session 4D

Session 4E

Session 4F

Session 4G

Session 4H

 

Assessing and Managing for Sustainable Rangelands' Ecosystem Goods and Services

Integrating Ecosystem Services Into the Implementation of Water Resource Projects

Environmental Markets 2

Mitigation for One & All: An Integrated Framework for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services

Urban Forestry Research and Tools for Ecosystem Services Decision-Making

Generating Revenues for the Private Provision of Public Goods

Private Sector Uptake of Ecosystem Services Indicators and Analytical Approaches

How’s that Working? Ecosystem Services from the Perspective of State Regulators

Moderator

Kristie Maczko

David Wegner

Bobby Cochran

Joshua Goldstein

Susannah Lerman &
Elizabeth Larry

Stephen Swallow
 

Jessica Fox

Gretchen Greene

1:30pm-1:35pm

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

1:35pm-1:55pm

Brianne Lind
A National Social and Economic Survey of Public Lands Ranchers

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Panel Session

Robyn Colosimo,

U.S. Army

Joel Corona,
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Martin Doyle,
Duke University

Mami Hara,
City of Philadelphia

Benjamin Simon,
U.S. Department of the Interior

Barbara Wyse
Watershed Restoration: Valuation of Water Supply Benefits

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Joshua Goldstein
Bringing Ecosystem Services into Regional Mitigation Avoidance Guidance 

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

J. Morgan Grove
Urban Tree Canopy (UTC) Prioritization: How Decision Tools Can Bring People Together To Improve Ecosystem Services 

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Stephen Swallow Generating Revenue From “Consumers” For Ecosystem Services: Lessons From Bobolink Farming

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Elizabeth Uhlhorn
Strategy for Implementation of Ecosystem Services Valuation at the Dow Chemical Company 

 ● PRESENTATION ● 


 

Nicole Maness
Using an Ecosystem Services Framework to Restore Aquatic Habitat in Oregon

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

1:55pm-2:15pm

Nancy Labbe
Cows for Conservation  

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Bobbi Hudson
Nutrient Bioextraction with Shellfish, A Viable Component of Water Quality Trading for the Puget Sound Region, Washington State

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Lisa Mandle
Integrating Ecosystem Services into Impact Assessment and Offset Siting in Colombia and Beyond

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

David Nowak
Valuing Urban Forest Ecosystems: A Sneak Peak at i-Tree Landscape 

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Pengfei Liu
Understanding a Field Auction for Ecosystem Services using the Experimental Economics Laboratory 

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Jessica Fox
Reflections from a Decade of Investigating the Business Case for Ecosystem Services in the Electric Power Industry

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Mike Mills
Utilizing Ecosystem Services to Generate Support for Endangered Species Recovery

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

2:15pm-2:35pm

Chad Ellis
The Value of Technical Assistance

Gwendolen Rees
Public Transactions Costs of Nutrient Trading Programs

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Nicholas Miller
The Watershed Approach: Leveraging Watershed Outcomes from Site Mitigation 

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Erika Svendsen
Understanding the Social Benefits of Urban Green Space: Community Stewardship and Resilience in NYC

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Zhi Li
The Potential To Use Subsidies As “Assurance Payments” To Attract Donations In Support Of Ecosystem Services

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Gregory Biddinger
Framework for Inclusion of Natural Capital into Corporate Land Management 

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Speaker TBD
Bringing Ecosystem Services Analysis into Wetland Restoration in California

2:35pm-2:55pm

Kim Stackhouse-Lawson
Sustainability Assessment of Beef Production

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Jimmy Kagan
Ecosystem Services Crediting Strategies for Transportation Agencies

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Christina Kennedy
Benefits to Business and Conservation from Landscape-level Mitigation Planning

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Tischa Muńoz-Erickson
The Importance of Knowledge-Action Systems for Achieving Sustainable Solutions

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Achyut Kafle
Using an Experimental Auction Process to Identify Publicly Valued Ecosystem Restoration Projects 

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Discussion and
Q & A

Greg Reub
Ecosystem Services, Habitat Banks and the Endangered Species Act

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

2:55pm-3:15pm

William Fox
An Integrated Social, Economic & Ecological Conceptual (ISEEC) Framework 

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Discussion and
Q & A

Graham Watkins
Integrating Ecosystem Services in Project and Mitigation Decisions at the Inter-American Development Bank 

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Susannah Lerman
Beyond Benefits for Humans: How Cities can Support Ecosystem Services for Wildlife

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Achyut Kafle
Integrating Hydrology and Economics in Environmental Decision Making for Improved Water Quality 

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Discussion and
Q & A

Discussion and
Q & A

 

Concurrent Sessions - 5

3:45pm-5:30pm

Session 5A

Session 5B

Session 5C

Session 5D

Session 5E

Session 5F

Session 5G

Session 5H

 

The Promise of Blue Carbon

Incorporating an Ecosystem Services Approach Into Natural Resource Restoration and Coastal Management

Payment for Ecosystem Services

Market-based Approaches for Recovery of Imperiled Species

Greening Cities for Ecosystem Services

Ecosystem Service Valuation Applications 1

Decision Making in Ecosystem Services 1

Improving Regulatory Water Quality Programs in the U.S. using Ecosystem Services

Moderator

Ariana Sutton-Grier

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Emma Roach

Emily Pindilli

Timothy Male

Stephanie Pincetl

Luanne Lohr

Rebecca Moore

Heather Fisher &
Jerry Diamond

3:45pm-3:50pm

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

3:50pm-4:10pm

Brian Needelman & Stefanie Simpson
Applying the New Tidal Wetland and Seagrass Restoration Methodology

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Panel Session

Katie Arkema,
Natural Capital Project, Stanford University

Adam Davis,
Ecosystem Investment Partners (EIP)

Margaret Palmer,
National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center/ University of Maryland

Pervaze Sheikh,
Congressional Research Service

David Yoskowitz,
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)

Max Nielsen-Pincus
The Influence of Sense of Place on the Willingness to Pay for Ecosystem Services

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Larry Bright
Emerging Policy Directions to Support Market-Based Approaches for Endangered Species and Habitat Conservation

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Theodore Eisenman
Rooting Ecosystem Services Theory in Urban Greening Practice 

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Hughes Simpson
Texas Statewide Assessment of Forest Ecosystem Services

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Simone Maynard
How Appropriate is your Framework for Conducting Ecosystem Services Assessments?

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Doug Norton
Recovery Potential Screening: A Comparative Watershed Assessment Tool

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

4:10pm-4:30pm

Thomas Walker
Blue Carbon Economics of Salt Marsh Restoration

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Aaron Lien
A Classification System for Payment for Ecosystem Services Programs

Garth Fuller
Sage-grouse Case Study: Scaling Up to Address Landscape-Scale Threats to Species

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Tom Whitlow
Does Green Infrastructure Affect Air Quality and Human Health 

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Cristina Carollo
Valuation of Non-Market Services Provided by Gulf of Mexico Habitats

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Marian Weber
Interactions Between Public Preferences, Land Development, and Municipal Land Use Policies

Jerry Diamond
Recasting Aquatic Designated Uses as Ecosystem Services in Clean Water Act Programs

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

4:30pm-4:50pm

Amber Moore & Ariana Sutton-Grier
Incorporating Coastal Blue Carbon into the Implementation of U.S. Federal Policies

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Kelli McCune
Lessons Learned from an Ecosystem Services Pilot in CA Watershed

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Sara O'Brien
Linking Species-, Site-, and Landscape-Level Information in Sage-grouse Mitigation

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Gina Lovasi
A Public Health Perspective on Urban Trees and Green Spaces 

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Keri Bryan
Economic Valuation of Flood Mitigation Services

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Stephen Posner
Conditions that Facilitate the Use of Ecosystem Service Knowledge in Decision-Making

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Heather Fisher
Approaching TMDLs as Long-Term Investments

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

4:50pm-5:10pm

Emily Pidgeon
Blue Carbon: A Transformational Tool for Marine Management and Conservation Globally

Karen Bennett
Payment for Forest Environmental Services: Lessons Learned from Vietnam

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Sam Baraso
Linking State and Federal Policies to Protect Prairies, Pollinators, and Other Critters in the Pacific NW

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

William Sullivan Ecosystems and Human Health? A Skeptic’s Assessment

Jérôme Dupras
Using Valuation to Measure the Economic Impacts of Land-Use Changes on the Spanish Mediterranean Coast

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Roger Keller
Hopes and Fears Regarding the Implementation of the Ecosystem Services Concept in Switzerland

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

George Van Houtven
Economic and Ecosystem Service Targeting of Nutrient Control Efforts to Meet the Goals of the Chesapeake Bay TMDL

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

5:10pm-5:30pm

Discussion and
Q & A

Paula Swedeen
Overcoming Barriers to Implementing PES Programs for Private Forestlands in the Pacific Northwest, USA

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Nicole Maness
Butterfly-Safe Wine? Layering Incentives to Maximize Species Benefit on Private Lands

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Kelly Burks-Copes
Performance Metrics for Ecosystem Goods and Services Generated in the Post-Sandy Environment

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Karen Gaffney and Andrea Mackenzie
Healthy Lands & Healthy Economies: Advancing the Application of Ecosystem Services in California

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Discussion and
Q & A

Discussion and
Q & A

 

Wednesday Evening Town Hall Meeting

7:30pm-8:35pm

Ecosystem Services in Federal Decision Making: Synthesis and Reflection

Organizer

COMPASS

7:30pm-7:35pm

Introduction & Overview

7:35pm-8:35pm

Town Hall Discussion

Thursday

Thursday, December 11, 2014

8:00am-9:45am

Plenary Session

 

Plenary Session 4
  ● VIDEO ● 
International Perspectives on Incorporating Ecosystem Services into Decision Making: Science and Practice
Moderator: Joseph Nicolette
, ENVIRON International Corporation

Panel Members
Roy Haines-Young, Professor and Director of the Centre for Environmental Management (CEM), The University of Nottingham
 ● PRESENTATION ● 
Simone Maynard, Director, Simone Maynard Consulting and Scholar, Australian National University
 ● PRESENTATION ● 
Jon Waterhouse, Founder, Network of Indigenous Knowledge
 ● PRESENTATION ● 

 

 

Concurrent Sessions - 6

10:15am-12:00pm

Session 6A

Session 6B

Session 6C

Session 6D

Session 6E

Session 6F

Session 6G

Session 6H

 

Using Earth Observation for Ecosystem Service Assessments

Integrating Ecosystem Services into Federal Resource Management and Planning

Water Resources and Ecosystem Services

Natural Infrastructure for Improved Water Supplies

Mechanisms behind Health Linkages to Green Space

Ecosystem Service Valuation Applications 2

Decision Making in Ecosystem Services 2

Ecosystem Services Within System Frameworks

Moderator

Eva Maria Haas

Sally Collins

Al Cofrancesco

Carla Friedrich

Laura Jackson

Dixon Landers

David Blockstein

Marilyn ten Brink

10:15am-10:20am

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

10:20am-10:40am

Eva Maria Haas
Nature Valued From Space

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

● PRESENTATIONS ●

 ● Combined ● 

 

Janet Cushing
Case Studies on Considering Ecosystem Services in US Army Corps Civil Works Projects

Julianna Corrales
A Phosphorus Credit Trading Program in an Agricultural Watershed

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Aaron Reuben
The Linkage Between The Energy-Food-Water Nexus and Ecosystems

William Sullivan
Two Mechanisms Underlying the Health Benefits of Exposure to Green Spaces

Patrick Walsh
Water Quality and Property Prices in the Chesapeake Bay

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Elizabeth Murray
An Assessment of Existing Tools for Addressing Ecosystem Goods and Services in the Context of Corps Planning

Marilyn ten Brink
A Systems Approach to Exploring Sustainable Solutions

10:40am-11:00am

Eva Maria Haas
Linking Ecosystem Services to Earth Observation Products

Edward Maillett
Considering Ecosystem Services in Fish and Wildlife Refuge Operations

Spencer Phillips
Economic Value of Implementing the Chesapeake Bay Clean Up Plan

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Rob McDonald
Quantifying The Relationship Between Natural Landscapes and Treatment Technology and Costs

Beth Myers
School Gardens + Children's Physical Activity

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Rebecca Moore
Preferences for Stream Health Improvements in Macon County, NC

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Leslie Richardson
Facilitating the Inclusion of Nonmarket Values in BLM Planning

Roelof Boumans
Climate Change Effects on Ecosystem Services and Human Health 

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

11:00am-11:20am

John Finisdore
Using Earth Observation for Ecosystem Service Assessments: Trial Studies

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Tracy Rouleau
Integrating Ecosystem Services Into Ocean and Coastal Management Objectives

Madeline Hall
New Zealand Water Quality Trading Markets; Lessons from Lake Taupo

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Todd Gartner
Demonstrating The Business Case And Creating A Pipeline For Natural Infrastructure Investments

Laura Jackson Evidence for Near-Road Air Pollution Abatement by Tree Cover

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Matt Weber
Valuing Ecosystem Services of an Impacted Waterway in the Southwestern US

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

André Mascarenhas
Participatory Selection of Ecosystem Services -Insights from Lisbon Metropolitan Area

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Andrea Bassi
Model Complementarity for Integrated Spatial Planning (ISP) 

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

11:20am-11:40am

Stefanie Sieber and
Daniel Juhn

Panel discussion - How Earth Observation Changed the Way We Assess Ecosystems - User Perspectives

Nikola Smith
Ecosystem Services and U.S. Forest Service Land Management

Rebecca Logsdon
Ecosystem Service Assessments for Water Resources Management: A Comparison of Two Models

Kevin Smith
Deploying Private Sector Capital To Scale Natural Infrastructure Opportunities

Kathleen Bush Connecting Green Space, Tree Cover, and Birth Outcomes in Durham-Chapel Hill, NC

Paola Bernazzani
Valuing Ecosystem Services to Promote Low Emission Development Strategies in the Lower Mekong Region

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Pieter Booth
The ECOAIM™ Framework for Ecosystem Services Identification, Production Functions, and Modeling Flows

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Ingrid Heilke
Integration and Display of Ecosystem Services & Indicators using the Driver-Pressure-State Impact-Response Framework and Dynamic Web Application

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

11:40am-12:00pm

Robert Winthrop
Considering Ecosystem Services at the Bureau of Land Management

Jingmei Yao
On Quantifying the Value of Streams Purification Service

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Carlton Ray
Providing Sustainable Water Services To Urban Centers

Jessica Daniel Linking Ecosystem Services and Human Health: The Eco-Health Relationship Browser

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Christos Makriyannis
Accounting for Outcome Uncertainty in Ecosystem Service Valuation

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Rachel Neugarten
Rapid Assessment of Ecosystem Services for Site Prioritization 

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Heera Lee
A Quantitative Review of Relationships Between Ecosystem Services

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

 

Thursday Lunch Town Hall Meetings

12:15pm-1:20pm

 

Applying an Ecosystem Services Framework to Climate Change Adaptation

Strategy-Building for Ecosystem Services and Markets at USDA

Organizer

Frank Casey, US Geological Survey

Kathryn Zook, USDA - Office of Environmental Markets

12:15pm-12:20pm

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

12:20pm- 1:20pm

Town Hall Discussion

Town Hall Discussion

 

Concurrent Sessions - 7

1:30pm-3:15pm

Session 7A

Session 7B

Session 7C

Session 7D

Session 7E

Session 7F

Session 7G

Session 7H

 

Recent Developments in Ecosystem Services Classification

US Forest Service: Integrating Ecosystem Services into Operations & Management

Taking Water Quality Trading to the Next Level: Unifying the Message and Scaling Up

Quantification of Ecosystem Services—Standard Metrics and Tools

Valuing the Multiple Benefits of Healthy Urban Ecosystems

Balancing Perfect with Practical – Creating Meaningful Values and Quantities of Ecosystem Service Benefits

Business and Ecosystem Services

Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services: Partners or Competitors?

Moderator

Charles Rhodes
 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Greg Arthaud

Todd Gartner

Christopher Hartley

Tracy Stanton

Lisa Wainger &
Marisa Mazzotta

Carl Lucero

Sara Vickerman

1:30pm-1:35pm

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

1:35pm-1:55pm

Dixon Landers
USEPA’s Final Ecosystem Goods and Services (FEGS) Classification System

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Kawa Ng
Considering Ecosystem Services and Economic Sustainability in Forest Planning: Feasible Options

Bob Rose
Clean Water Act Perspective: Water Quality Trading

Christopher Hartley
Government's Role in Tool Development for Environmental Markets

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Dale Blahna
Cultivating Urban Ecosystem Services: An Overview of the Green Cities Research Alliance

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Marisa Mazzotta
Non-Monetary Benefits without Apology: The Economic Theory and Practice of Ecosystem Service Benefit Indicators

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Jim South
Integrating the Value of Nature into Business Decisions

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Daniel Doak
What Are the Different Purposes of Conservation, and Can We Reconcile Them?

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

1:55pm-2:15pm

Paramita Sinha
National Ecosystem Services Classification System (NESCS)

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Tim Foley
The Marsh Project: An Ecosystem Services Approach to NEPA Project Planning

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

David Primozich
Taking WQT to the Next Level: Unifying the Message and Scaling Up

Lydia Olander
Identifying Modeling Gaps and Building Better Tools Through Partnerships

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Zachary Christin
Quantifying Cultural and Social Ecosystem Services in the Urban Context

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Lisa Wainger
Designing Non-Monetary Benefit Indicators that Reflect Use and Preferences

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

France Guertin
Establishing the Value of Nature: How "Voice of the Customer" informed the ESII Tool

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Steve Zack
Old World Vultures and Carcass Poisoning: An Ecosystem Service Unraveled

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

2:15pm-2:35pm

Roy Haines-Young
The Common International Classification of Ecosystem Services (CICES)

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Krista Gebert and Delilah Jaworski
Early Adopter Forests and Ecosystem Services Under the 2012 Planning Rule

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Carrie Sanneman
Scaling Up Water Quality Trading Through a National Network Approach

Marlen Eve
Methods and Tools for Quantifying Farm-Scale Greenhouse Gas Fluxes

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Kathleen Wolf
Metro Nature Design for Public Health - Urban Ecosystem Services

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Elena Besedin
Improving Meta-Analysis as a Practical Tool for Valuing Ecosystem Services

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Mary Klein
New Nature of Business: How Companies Integrate Biodiversity

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Jimmy Kagan
Measuring Ecological Integrity Across Jurisdictions and Scales

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

2:35pm-2:55pm

Miroslav Honzák
Ecosystem Services Classification and Ecosystem Accounting

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Robert Deal
The National Ecosystem Services Strategy Team

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Chris Hornback
A Utility Perspective on Water Quality Trading

Shaun McKinney
Tools to Measure Water Quality: The Nutrient Tracking Tool

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Taylor Ricketts
Show Me More than the Money: Ecosystem Services and Health

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Robert Johnston
Ensuring the Joint Ecological and Economic Salience of Ecosystem Service Values: An Application to Riparian Restoration

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Sandra Werner
Linking Ecosystem Services to Business Risk: An Oil and Gas Perspective

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Panel Discussion
Healy Hamilton, Gordon Toevs, and Ariana Sutton-Grier

2:55pm-3:15pm

Discussion and
Q & A

Karen Bennett
Cool Soda-Using Ecosystem Services to Design and Value Land Management

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Brooks Smith & Mark Kieser
National Water Quality Trading Alliance Mission and Goals, Forward-Looking Opportunities and Obstacles to WQT

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Emily Pindilli
The Role of Quantification Tools in Biodiversity and Habitat Markets

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Paul Sandifer
Human Health Connections to Ecosystem Services, Nature, and Biodiversity

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Austin Troy
The Challenge of Applying the Ecosystem Services Framework across the Settlement Spectrum

Doug MacNair
The USEPA Final Ecosystem Goods and Services Classification System (FEGS-CS): Implications for Corporations

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Panel Discussion
Melissa Kenney, John Schmerfeld, and Frank Casey

 

Concurrent Sessions - 8

3:45pm-5:30pm

Session 8A

Session 8B

Session 8C

Session 8D

Session 8E

Session 8F

Session 8G

Session 8H

 

Climate Change Impacts and Ecosystem Services

Modeling the Production of Ecosystem Services

Needs Challenges and Opportunities in Establishing Principles and Guidelines for Payment for Environmental Services

Building the Data Infrastructure to Support Nation-Wide Ecosystem Services Assessments

Urban Environments and Ecosystem Services

Is the Ecosystem Services Quantification Framework Appropriate for Natural Resources Damages Assessment?

Understanding Uncertainty: Lessons from the Real World

Quantifying Natural Infrastructure Benefits for Decision-Making

Moderator

Janet Cushing

Randy Bruins &
Marc Russell

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Alexandra Varga

Dean Urban

Paul Young

Pieter Booth &
Joseph Nicolette

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Paul Manson

Tracy Stanton

3:45pm-3:50pm

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

3:50pm-4:10pm

Paula Harrison
Ecosystem Service Provision in a Changing Europe

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Marc Russell
The Importance of Context in Development and Application of Ecosystem Services Production Functions

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Shahid Naeem
Conflicts, Compatibilities, and Coherencies Between Natural Science and Payment for Ecosystem Services

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Dean Urban
Data and Infrastructure Needs for Ecosystem Services Assessment

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Jennifer Richkus
Key lessons Learned from Practitioners on Ecosystem Services at the Urban Scale

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Mark Rockel
Comparing Classifications of Ecosystem Services under NRDA, The Millennium Assessment, and the USEPA

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Duncan Gromko
Promoting Biodiversity-Positive Loans Given Data Uncertainty

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

David Batker
How Ecosystem Service Valuation and Quantification Tools Can Support Municipal Drinking Water Source Protection

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

4:10pm-4:30pm

David Mushet
Land-Use and Climate Change Impacts on Ecosystem Services in the Northern Great Plains, USA

Lisa Wainger
A Framework for Integrating Ecosystem Services in Corps Planning

 

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Charles Perrings
IPBES and Payments for Ecosystem Services Impacted by Biodiversity Change

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Anne Neale
EPA’s EnviroAtlas as a Resource for Nationwide Ecosystem Services Assessments

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Valerie Dupont
The Integration of Biodiversity Values in Urban Development Projects in New South Wales

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Pieter Booth
Challenges in Applying Ecosystem Services Evaluation to Natural Resource Damage Cases: Ecological Considerations

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

France Guertin
Aligning Acceptable Amounts of Uncertainty With Specific Types of Decisions

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Genevieve Bennett
Quantifying the Benefits of Watershed Investments: Findings from the 'State of Watershed Investments 2014'

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

4:30pm-4:50pm

Mohammed Alamgir
Ecosystem Services based Adaptation to Climate Change: Why and How?

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Randy Bruins
Introducing the Ecosystem Services Production Function Library

 ● PRESENTATION ● 


 

Jane Carter Ingram
Ecological Knowledge and Tools for Enhancing Ecosystem Service Incentives and Markets

Jimmy Kagan
Building Midscale Datasets to Support Ecosystem Services Assessments

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Wei Tongyang
Using Choice-Based Conjoint Analysis to Estimate Different Groups' Preferences for Water Environmental Changes

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Theodore Tomasi
Ecosystem Services and Human Use and Nonuse Losses in Natural Resource Damage Assessment

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Kevin Halsey
Designing and Developing Tools that Track and Reduce Uncertainty

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Todd Gartner
Demonstrating the Business Case and Creating a Pipeline for Natural Infrastructure Investments

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

4:50pm-5:10pm

William Kepner
Evaluating Biodiversity Response to Forecasted Land-Use Change in the San Pedro River Basin

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Theodore DeWitt
Assessing the Transferability of Ecosystem Service Production Estimates and Functions

 ● PRESENTATION ● 


 

Tundi Agardy
The Scientific Foundation for Marine PES

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Robert Johnston
Enhancing the Geospatial Validity of Meta-Analysis to Support Ecosystem Service Benefit Transfer

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Kiichiro Hayashi
Assessment of Urban Forest Ecosystem Services by People's Subjective Value in Japan

Amanda Halter
Legal Implications of Ecosystem Service Valuation Approaches in Natural Resource Damages Assessment And Other Regulatory Regimes

Mark Rounsevell
Quantifying the Uncertainties Within a Cross-Sectoral, Integrated Assessment of the Impact of Climate Change on Ecosystem Services in Europe

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Mark Kieser
Evaluating Green Infrastructure for Public and Private Investment: Lessons from Lima, Peru

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

5:10pm-5:30pm

Bruce Byers
Assessing the Relationship of Climate Change, Forests, and Ecohydrology in Honduras

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Jonathan Kochmer
Linking Ecosystem Services Benefit Transfer Databases and Ecosystem Services Production Function Libraries
 

Gabriel Thoumi
Needs, Challenges and Opportunities for Payment for Environmental Services (PES) to Meet Corporate Demand

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Lynn Maguire
Scale and Context Dependence in Multicriteria Analyses of Ecosystem Services

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Nora Wahlund
Advancing Ecosystem Service Inclusion in Benefit-Cost Analysis at the Local Level: FEMA Policy Impacts in Southern Wisconsin

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

Discussion and
Q & A

Discussion and
Q & A

Timm Kroeger
Estimating the 'Return on Investment' in Natural Infrastructure: Rio Camboriú Watershed, Santa Catarina State, Brazil

 ● PRESENTATION ● 

 

Thursday Evening Town Hall Meetings

5:45pm-6:50pm

Leveraging Partnerships to Enhance Preparedness and Resilience
for Climate Change and Ecosystem Services

What is Ecosystem Accounting Anyway?
Could it Be a Game Changer for Sustainable Development?

Organizer

Ilya Fischhoff, US Global Change Research Program

Rosimeiry Portela, Conservation International
and Glenn-Marie Lange, World Bank

5:45pm-5:50pm

Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

5:50pm-6:50pm

Town Hall Discussion

● PRESENTATIONS ●

 ● Wotkyns ●   

Town Hall Discussion

● PRESENTATIONS ●

 ● Antoine ● 

 ● Seyller ● 

Friday

Friday, December 12, 2014

8:00am-9:45am

Plenary Session

 

Plenary Session 5
  ● VIDEO ● 
Climate Change and Ecosystem Services
Moderator: David Yoskowitz
, Chief Economist, NOAA

Panel Members
Virginia Burkett
, Chief Scientist for Climate and Land Use Change, U.S. Geological Survey
 ● PRESENTATION ● 
Paula Harrison, Senior Research Fellow, Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford
 ● PRESENTATION ● 
Bill Hohenstein, Director, U.S. Department of Agriculture Climate Change Program Office
 ● PRESENTATION ● 
Daniel R. Wildcat, Professor, Haskell Indian Nations University and Convener, Indigenous Peoples' Climate Change Working Group

10:15am-12:00pm

Closing Plenary Session

 

Plenary Session 6
  ● VIDEO ● 
ACES 2014 Synthesis: Future Directions for Ecosystem Services Research and Practice
Moderator: Anne Kinsinger
, Associate Director for Ecosystems, U.S. Geological Survey

Panel Members
Bobby Cochran
, Executive Director, Willamette Partnership
Janet Ranganathan, Vice President for Science and Research, World Resources Institute
Paul Sandifer, Chief Science Advisor, NOAA's National Ocean Service

 

Conference Concludes