ACES
2008: Using Science for Decision Making in Dynamic Systems

December 8-11, 2008

Naples, Florida

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SUNDAY SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2008
5:00pm-7:00pm

PRE-CONFERENCE REGISTRATION OPEN (Acacia I-III)

MONDAY MONDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2008
7:30am-5:30pm CONFERENCE REGISTRATION OPEN (Acacia I-III)
7:30am-9:00am MORNING REFRESHMENTS AND POSTER SET-UP (Royal Palm VI-VIII)
  CONCURRENT WORKSHOPS
9:00am-12:00pm Organizer:
Joe Nicolette
Organizer:
Stan Bronson
Organizer:
Jason Walker
Organizer:
James Spatarella
  Royal Palm III Acacia V-VI Acacia IV Royal Palm II
 

Evolution and Valuation of Ecosystem Services

Presentations:
[1] - [2] - [3] - [4] - [5] - [6]
 

 

Florida's Cooperative Conservation Blueprint:  A Scientifically Based State-wide Ecosystem Services Program for Private Lands

Presentations:
[1] - [2] - [3] - [4]

Land Use Codes and Ecological Services:  Actively Engaging the Opportunities and Constraints of Restoring Ecological Function through Responsible Site Design

Building the Ecosystem Services Approach: New Directions, Case Studies and Tools in Use within DoD and Partnering Organizations

10:15am-10:45am AM BREAK (Royal Palm VI-VIII)
12:00pm-1:00pm WORKSHOP BOX LUNCH PROVIDED (Vista Room)
2:15pm-2:45pm PM BREAK (Royal Palm VI-VIII)
1:00pm-4:00pm Organizer:
Gretchen Sassenrath
Organizer:
Edmund Gee
Organizer:
Jason Walker
Organizer:
James Spatarella
  Royal Palm III Acacia V-VI Acacia IV Royal Palm II
 

Drivers of Integrated Agricultural Systems

Presentations:
[1] - [2] - [3] - [4] - [5]

Providing Multiple Resource Benefits and Economic Opportunities through Biomass Utilization

Presentations:
[1] - [2] - [3] - [4] - [5]

Continued
Land Use Codes and Ecological Services:  Actively Engaging the Opportunities and Constraints of Restoring Ecological Function through Responsible Site Design

Continued
Building the Ecosystem Services Approach: New Directions, Case Studies and Tools in Use within DoD and Partnering Organizations 

4:15pm-5:45pm

GENERAL SESSION: Public-Private Roundtable on Aligning Tools and Decision-Making in Ecosystem Services (Royal Palm IV-V)

 

Moderator: Ralph Stahl, Principal Consultant, DuPont Corporate Remediation Group

Panel Members:

Wayne Munns, Associate Director for Science, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency [Presentation]

Greg Biddinger, Natural Land Management Program Coordinator,
ExxonMobil Biomedical Sciences, Inc. [Presentation]

Kit Armstrong, Senior Advisor to Environmental Markets Initiative,
Business for Social Responsibility [Presentation] 

David Batker, Executive Director, Earth Economics [Presentation]

6:00pm-8:00pm

NETWORKING SOCIAL (Vista Room)

 

TUESDAY

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2008

7:00am-5:30pm CONFERENCE REGISTRATION OPEN (Acacia I-III)
7:00am-8:30am MORNING REFRESHMENTS AND POSTER SET-UP (Royal Palm VI-VIII)
8:30am-10:00am OPENING PLENARY SESSION (Royal Palm IV-V)
 

Moderator: Carl Shapiro, ACES Conference Chair

Featured Keynote Presentation:

Adam Davis, Partner, Ecosystem Investment Partners; President, Solano Partners, Inc.
"Incentives For Valuing Natural Systems: ‘The More Good You Do, The More Money You Make"

Plenary Panel Discussion:

"Why are Ecosystem Services Important and What are the Challenges in Including Them in Decisions?"

Panel Moderator: Olivia Barton Ferriter, Director, Conservation, Partnerships & Management Policy,
U.S. Department of the Interior

Rick A. Linthurst, National Program Director for Ecology, EPA

Mark Myers, Director, U.S. Geological Survey

Ralph G. Stahl, Jr., Principal Consultant, DuPont Corporate Remediation Group

R. Michael Wright, Managing Director, Natural Capital Project;
Former Senior Vice-President, World Wildlife Fund

10:00am-10:30am AM BREAK (Royal Palm VI-VIII)
10:30am-12:00pm PLENARY SESSION (Royal Palm IV-V)
 

Moderator: Ione Taylor, Acting Chief Scientist for Geography, U.S. Geological Survey

Plenary Panel Discussion:  [Presentation]

"Future Directions for Research on Ecosystem Services"

James W. Boyd, Senior Fellow, Resources for the Future 

Robert Costanza, Gund Professor of Ecological Economics; Director of the Gund Institute for Ecological Economics

Taylor Ricketts, Director of Conservation Science, World Wildlife Fund

J.B. Ruhl, Mathews and Hawkins Professor of Property, Florida State University College of Law

Susan M. Wachter, Richard B. Worley Professor of Financial Management, Professor of Real Estate and Finance; Co-Director, Institute for Urban Research, The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania 

12:00pm-1:15pm BOXED LUNCH
  CONCURRENT SESSIONS
1:15pm-5:15pm

SPECIAL SESSION: Ecosystem Services in the Context of Natural Resource Damage Assessment and Restoration (Acacia IV-VI)

Organized by the Department of the Interior Natural Resource Damage Assessment & Restoration Program

 

 

 

 

Co-Moderators: Thomas Campbell, Bruce Peacock

Thomas Campbell: Statutory and Legal Framework  [Presentation]

Susan Finger: Scientific and Technical Inputs

Bruce Peacock: Economic Methodologies  [Presentation]

Ralph G. Stahl: A Corporate Perspective 

Greg Baker & Natalie Cosentino-Manning: Oil Spill Case Study  [Presentation]

Theodore Tomasi: Industrial Hazardous Waste Case Study

Russ MacRae: Mining Case Study  [Presentation]

Panel Discussion With All Speakers

1:15pm-3:00pm Mapping Ecosystem Services Institutions and Markets Prairie Potholes Conservation and Resource Management
  Royal Palm IV-V Royal Palm I Royal Palm II Royal Palm III
  Moderator:
Roger Sayre
Moderator:
Trista Patterson
Moderator:
Chip Euliss
Moderator:
Iris Goodman
1:15pm-1:20pm Introduction & Overview Introduction & Overview Introduction & Overview Introduction & Overview

1:20pm-1:40pm

Roger Sayre
Standardized, National Ecosystems for Ecosystem Services Assessments

[Presentation]

Patrick Bohlen
Saving the Everglades the Cowboy Way:  Paying Ranchers to Produce Environmental Services

[Presentation]

Skip Hyberg
Quantifying Environmental Services in a Resource-Limited World

Rebecca Goldman
Field Evidence that Ecosystem Service Projects Support Biodiversity and Diversify Options

[Presentation]

1:40pm-2:00pm

Anne Neale
Status of the US EPA's National Atlas of Ecosystem Services

[Presentation]


Steven Kraft
Law and Policy of Ecosystem Services

[Presentation]

S. Diane Eckles
The Role of the USDA CEAP- Wetlands to Develop Integrated Landscape Modeling and Monitoring Tools to Improve Wetlands Conservation

Dixon Landers
The Role of Place-Based Projects as Ecosystem Service Laboratories

[Presentation]

2:00pm-2:20pm

Simone Maynard
The South East Queensland Ecosystem Services Project: Turning Concept into Practical Application for Land Use Planning and Policy

[Presentation]

Stephen Swallow
Creating a Private Market for Ecosystem Services: Results from Selling Hayfield Services for Grassland Birds to Ex-Urban Residents in Jamestown, Rhode Island

[Presentation]

Brian Tangen
The Prairie Pothole Regional Assessment: Results of a Survey to Estimate Ecosystem Services Derived from USDA Conservation Reserve (CRP) and Wetlands Reserve Program (WRP) Land

Ken Lubinski
Considering Ecosystem Services in Restoration Decisions on the Upper Mississippi River System

[Presentation]

2:20pm-2:40pm

Ken Bagstad
Contextualizing Ecosystem Services in the Present and Future Urban Environment: A Chittenden County, Vermont Case Study

[Presentation]

Gordon Feighner
Animating Market Forces for Sustainable Stormwater Management and Enhanced Ecosystem Services

[Presentation]

Chip Euliss
A Conceptual Basis and Framework for the Quantification of Ecosystem Services in the Prairie Pothole Region

Emily McKenzie and
Bruce McKenny
Screening Criteria for Assessing Opportunities for an Ecosystem Services Approach

[Presentation]

2:40pm-3:00pm Bruce Wiley
Performance Anomalies are a Relative Measure of Ecosystem Services

[Presentation]

Evan Williams
The Use of Ecosystem Service Approaches in a European Public Policy Context

[Presentation]

Shuguang Liu
Integrated Monitoring and Forecast of Ecosystem Services in the Prairie Pothole Region of the United States
Ralf Seppelt
On the Value of the Ecosystem Services Concept: An Idiosyncratic Synthesis of Regional Studies, Their Methods, Results and Promises

[Presentation]

3:00pm-3:30pm

PM BREAK (Royal Palm VI-VIII)

3:30pm-5:15pm Forest Values Tools, Indicators and Decision Support San Pedro Biofuels:  Implications for Ecosystem Services
  Royal Palm IV-V Royal Palm I Royal Palm II Royal Palm III
  Moderator:
Richard Bernknopf
Moderator:
Tom Gunther
Moderator:
David Brookshire

[Presentation] 

Moderator:
Alisa Gallant
3:30pm-3:35pm Introduction & Overview Introduction & Overview Introduction & Overview Introduction & Overview
3:35pm-3:55pm Elliott Campbell
Environmental Accounting of Forest Ecosystem Services and the Proposed Development of an Ecological Investment Corporation

[Presentation]

Anne Rea
Using Ecosystem Services in the National Ambient Air Quality Standard Setting Process

[Presentation]

David Goodrich
Complex Ecosystem Valuation: A Study in the San Pedro and Rio Grande

 

[Presentation]

Walt Sadinski
Our Growing Need to Understand Relationships Between Human Activities, Global Change and Ecosystem Services
3:55pm-4:15pm Francisco Escobedo
Ecosystem Services and the Value of Florida's Urban Forests
Jim Henderson
Ecosystem Services and the Corps of Engineers: Now that We've Looked, What Do We Do?

[Presentation]

Mark Dixon
Modeling Vegetation Change for Non-market Valuation of Riparian Ecosystems

[Presentation]

Alisa Gallant
Integrated Assessment of Climate Change and Biofuels Production on Ecosystem Services and Sustainability
4:15pm-4:35pm Elisa Oteros-Rozas
Factors Influencing Economic Value of Ecosystem Services: A Comparison Between Mediterranean Wetlands and Forests

[Presentation]

Driss Ennaanay
Landscape Prioritization Techniques for Water-Related Ecosystem Services

[Presentation]

Darius Semmens
Applying the Ecosystem Services Concept for Environmental Management in the Upper San Pedro Basin, Arizona

[Presentation]

Shuguang Liu
On-site Consequences of Biomass Production for Bioenergy: Spatially Explicit Monitoring, Forecast and Optimization
4:35pm-4:55pm Robert Deal
A Framework for Bundling Ecosystem Services

[Presentation]

William Labiosa
Ecological Valuation for Land Use Planning Decision Support in South Florida: The Ecosystem Portfolio Model

[Presentation]

William Kepner
Evaluating Hydrological Response to Forecasted Land-Use Change: Scenario Testing in Two Western U.S. Watersheds

[Presentation]

Brent Haglund
Launching a Private Landowner Conservation Initiative: Water As A Crop

[Presentation]

4:55pm-5:15pm Evan Mercer
Measuring Ecosystem Services within the Context of the Montreal Process Criteria and Indicators for Forest Sustainability
Robert Wood
Integrated Ecosystem Assessments: A Tool for Bridging Science and Ecosystem Management

[Presentation]

Laura Lopez-Hoffman
Ecosystem Services Across Borders: A Framework for Trans-boundary Conservation Policy
Alex Echols
Shifting to Performance-Based, Market Driven Agricultural Conservation Strategies

[Presentation]

5:30pm-7:30pm WELCOME RECEPTION (Sunset Deck)
7:00pm-8:30pm SPECIAL SESSION: U.S. Climate Change Science Program Listening Session (Royal Palm III)
  Presented by: Eric Anderson, Office of Global Change, U.S. Geological Survey 

[Presentation]

 

WEDNESDAY 

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 2008

7:00am-5:30pm CONFERENCE REGISTRATION OPEN (Acacia I-III)
7:00am-8:00am MORNING REFRESHMENTS (Royal Palm VI-VIII)
7:00am-8:00pm POSTERS ON DISPLAY (Royal Palm VI-VIII)
8:00am-10:00am PLENARY SESSION (Royal Palm IV-V)
 

 

 

 

 

Moderator: Brad Gentry, Co-Director of the Center for Business & the Environment, Yale University

Plenary Panel Discussion:

"Using Markets and Other Institutional Structures to Incorporate Ecosystem Services in Decision Making:
Opportunities and Challenges"

David S. Brookshire, Director of Science Impact Laboratory for Policy and Economics;
Professor of Economics, University of New Mexico  [Presentation]

Jessica Fox, Director, Project Manager, Electric Power Research Institute  [Presentation]

Marcelle Shoop, Principal Advisor, Sustainable Development & Climate Change,
Communications & External Relations  [Presentation]

Emily McKenzie, Lead, Policy and Finance, Natural Capital Project, World Wildlife Fund

Featured Keynote Presentation:

Lynn Scarlett, Deputy Secretary of the Interior

10:00am-10:30am AM BREAK (Royal Palm VI-VIII)
  CONCURRENT SESSIONS
10:30am-12:15pm Urban Ecosystem Service Valuation Tools and Decision Making in the Non-NRDA Context Lower Mississippi Valley Agriculture
  Royal Palm IV-V Royal Palm I Royal Palm II Royal Palm III
  Moderator:
Susan Wachter
Moderator:
Joe Nicolette

[Presentation]

Moderator:
Stephen Faulkner
Moderator:
Diana Jerkins
10:30am-10:35am Introduction & Overview Introduction & Overview Introduction & Overview Introduction & Overview
10:35am-10:55am

Michael Andreu
An Analysis of the Urbanizing Forests of the Tampa Bay Watershed along the Urban to Rural Continuum

[Presentation]

Thomas Campbell
Evolution of Ecosystem Services in Law
Stephen Faulkner
Conceptual and Rapid Prototype Models for Predicting Ecosystem Services
Christopher Lant
Evaluating Ecosystem Services Using the Virtual Watershed Model

[Presentation]

10:55am-11:15am Eugenie Birch
The Northeast Megaregion- Growth and Sustainability Challenges: A Planners Viewpoint

[Presentation]

Bruce Peacock
Clean Water Act Compensatory Mitigation Scaling Incorporating Uncertainty

[Presentation]

Tom Moorman
Restoring Waterfowl Habitat and Potential Flood Storage Services on Wetland Reserve Program Lands in the Mississippi Alluvial Valley

[Presentation]

Katarina Hedlund
How to Value Ecosystem Goods and Services in Agriculture at Increasing Land Use Pressure

[Presentation]

11:15am-11:35am Stephanie Pincetl
Implementing a Nature's Services Infrastructure: the Care of a Million Trees, Los Angeles
David Nicholas
Demonstrating the Net Benefit of Site Cleanup: An Evaluation of Ecological and Economic Metrics at Two Superfund Sites

[Presentation]

W. Aaron Jenkins
Valuing Ecosystem Services from Wetlands Restoration in the Mississippi Alluvial Valley

[Presentation]

Sethuram Soman
Trade-offs between Agricultural Production and Ecosystem Services at a Farm Level

[Presentation]

11:35am-11:55am John Landis
USA Spatial Development Trends: What’s Next
George van Houtven
Valuing Changes in Aquatic Ecosystem Service from Reductions in Nutrient Loadings

[Presentation]

Tijs van Maasakkers
Who Decides? Combining Public Involvement and Ecosystem Services Valuation in Environmental Disputes

[Presentation]

Cristina Marta-Pedroso
Guaranteed Sustainability Label: Is it a Way of Promoting Sustainable Agriculture?

[Presentation]

11:55am-12:15pm Arthur Nelson
Reforming Urban Development Patterns to Facilitate Production of Ecosystem Services
Joe Nicolette
Use of Ecosystem Services in Evaluating Biodiversity Offsets and Demonstrating Environmental Sustainability

[Presentation]

Richard Iovanna
Quantifying Environmental Services in a Resource-Limited World: The Significance of Scale and Scope
Alisa Gallant
Estimating Landscape Suitability for Pollinators:  The Importance of Landscape Configuration for Honey Bees

[Presentation]

12:15pm-1:15pm BOXED LUNCH
  CONCURRENT SESSIONS
1:15pm-3:00pm Economic Valuation Landscape Dynamics Chesapeake Bay and
Mid-Atlantic
Global Change Impacts, Mitigation, and Adaptation
  Royal Palm IV-V Royal Palm I Royal Palm II Royal Palm III
  Moderator:
Jim Caudill
Moderator:
Bea Van Horne
Co-Moderators:
Dianna Hogan
and
Peter Claggett
Moderator:
Ronnie Best
1:15pm-1:20pm Introduction & Overview Introduction & Overview Introduction & Overview Introduction & Overview
1:20pm-1:40pm David Ganz
Accounting for Ecosystem Service Values of Natural Capital within Areas of Influence of the California Bureau of Land Management Community Assistance and Hazardous Fuels Programs
Thomas Koellner
Bayesian Modeling of Ecosystem Services in Human-Environment Systems

[Presentation]

Paul Hearn
The Role of Ecosystem Services in Addressing the Need for Improved Water Quality in the Chesapeake Bay
Marc Conte
Modeling the Effects of Climate Change on Multiple Ecosystem Services

[Presentation]

1:40pm-2:00pm Kenneth Baerenklau
Spatial Allocation of Wilderness Recreation Value

[Presentation]

Pénélope Lamarque
Provision of Multiple Services by Mountain Grasslands is Determined by Land Use History

[Presentation]

James Remuzzi
The Spatial Lands Registry: A Tool to Facilitate Market Transactions

[Presentation]

John Gunn
Development of an Efficient and Credible Forest Carbon Credit Program for Family Forest Landowners in Maine, USA

[Presentation]

2:00pm-2:20pm James Boyd
Ecosystem Services and Green GDP: Economically Valid Accounting Measures of Natural Wealth

[Presentation]

Taylor Ricketts
Modeling Multiple Ecosystem Services and Tradeoffs at Landscape Scales

[Presentation]

Christine Blinn
Development of an Ecosystem Services Assessment Tool for Private Landowners

[Presentation]

Paula Harrison
A Conceptual Framework to Analyze Effects of Environmental Change on Ecosystem Services

[Presentation]

2:20pm-2:40pm Keith Lawrence
A Valuation of England's Terrestrial Ecosystem Services

[Presentation]

Sharon Kahara
Ecosystem Services Provided by Wetlands Reserve Program- Wetlands in the Central Valley of California

[Presentation]

Christine Davis
Linking Ecosystem Indicators to Ecosystem Services in the Review of the Secondary Standards for NOx and SOx

[Presentation]

Benjamin Simon
Resource Assessment: Terrestrial Carbon Sequestration

[Presentation]

2:40pm-3:00pm Ananthakrishnan Ramanathan
Economic Valuation of Improved Ecosystem Service of Kol Wetland 

[Presentation]

Jeffrey Kline
Conceptual Framing for Landscaper-level Assessment of Ecosystem Management Choices

[Presentation]

Doug Parker
Ecosystem Service Trading Programs: Lessons from Mid-Atlantic Water Quality Markets

[Presentation]

Rebecca Feldman
Strengthening Capacity to Address Climate Impacts on Living Marine Resources and Coasts
3:00pm-3:30pm

PM BREAK (Royal Palm VI-VIII)

3:30pm-5:15pm Payments and Markets for Ecosystem Services Mapping and Landscapes Gulf of Mexico Ecosystem Services and Native Knowledge
  Royal Palm IV-V Royal Palm I Royal Palm II Royal Palm III
  Moderator:
Al Todd
Moderator:
Jonathan Smith 
Moderator:
David Yoskowitz
Moderator:
Susan Marcus
3:30pm-3:35pm Introduction & Overview Introduction & Overview Introduction & Overview Introduction & Overview
3:35pm-3:55pm Craig Broadbent
Markets for Ecosystem Services: Water Leasing Applications

[Presentation]


Paula E. Allen
The Landscape Framework for the Spatial Characterization and Mapping of Ecosystem Services: What is the State of the Science?

[Presentation]

Jorge Brenner
Mapping Ecosystem Services of the Coastal Environment

[Presentation]

Jon Waterhouse
Partnerships Restoring the Yukon River Basin

[Presentation]

3:55pm-4:15pm Mark Buckley
Restoring Puget Sound with an Incremental Market-Based Approach

[Presentation]

Taylor Ricketts
Putting Ecosystem Services on the Map: The Natural Capital Project

[Presentation]

Marc Russell
Translating Policy Decisions into Ecological Service Impacts for Cost Benefit Analysis

[Presentation]

Kurt Nelson
Achieving a Win-Win in Restoring Ecosystem Services

[Presentation]

4:15pm-4:35pm Trista Patterson
Incorporating Demand for Ecosystem Services into Payment Schemes
Joshua Goldstein
Mapping Ecosystem Services for Land Use Planning: Hawaii as a Case Study

[Presentation]

David Yoskowitz
Valuation Issues of Ecosystem Services in the Coastal Zone

[Presentation]

John DeGroot
Applications of Ecosystem Services by the Nez Perce

[Presentation]

4:35pm-4:55pm Alexander Pfaff
Payments for Environmental Services: Empirical Analysis for Costa Rica

[Presentation]

Ignacio Palomo
Mapping Ecosystem Services: Current Trends

[Presentation]

Mark Judson
Integration of Ecosystem Services into a Decision Support Platform
Craig Tepper
Everglades Restoration
4:55pm-5:15pm Keith Lawrence
Financing Conservation through Ecosystem Services: Implementation in Asia

[Presentation]

Grace Wong
An Approach to Evaluating and Mapping Ecosystem Services for Conservation and Development in the Tully Catchment, Australia

[Presentation]

Jace Tunnell and
Sharon Hayes
Integrating Ecosystem Services into Bay and Estuary Management and Planning

[Presentation]

Peter David
Wild Rice-Cultural and Ecological Implications

[Presentation]

5:45pm-7:45pm

POSTER RECEPTION (Royal Palm VI-VIII)

 
THURSDAY THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2008
7:15am-12:00pm CONFERENCE REGISTRATION OPEN (Acacia I-III)
7:15am-8:15am MORNING REFRESHMENTS (Royal Palm VI-VIII)
  CONCURRENT SESSIONS 
8:15am-10:00am Valuation Approaches Remote Sensing Carbon Management and Sequestration: Florida's Perspective Coastal Resources
  Royal Palm IV-V Royal Palm I Royal Palm II Royal Palm III
  Moderator:
Ken Williams
Moderator:
Molly Macauley
Moderator:
Timothy Martin
Moderator:
Chandra Giri
8:15am-8:20am Introduction & Overview Introduction & Overview Introduction & Overview Introduction & Overview
8:20am-8:40am Richard Cole
Measuring the Ecosystem Service Value of National Natural Heritage Investments

Presentations:
[1] - [2]
 

Richard Bernknopf
An Integrated Assessment Framework of Crop Production and its Pollution
Sabine Grunwald
Geospatial Tracking of Black Footprints in Florida
Nathalie Valette-Silver
NOAA Activities and Products in Support of Ecosystem Services

[Presentation]

8:40am-9:00am Mark Brown
Emergy and Environmental Services: A Biophysical Approach to Evaluating the Environment

[Presentation]

Danielle King
Quantifying Links between Ecosystem Services and Poverty in Rural Mali
Ramesh Reddy
Everglades as Carbon Reservoir: Role of Management and Restoration

[Presentation]

Anne Guerry
Ecosystem Services Provided by the Nearshore in Puget Sound: An Analysis of Change
9:00am-9:20am Richard Anderson
Influence Diagram and Adaptive Management Methods to Guide Management of Oyster Reefs with Consideration of Ecosystem Services
Jennifer Rover
Using Remote Sensing to Estimate Ecosystem Services in the Prairie Pothole Region
Laila Racevskis
Understanding the Costs and Benefits of Carbon Management and Sequestration 

[Presentation]

Tim O'Higgins
Estuary-Wide, Habitat-Specific Estimates of Fisheries Ecosystem Services in a Pacific Northwest Estuary

[Presentation]

9:20am-9:40am Robert Winthrop
Alternative Approaches to Valuation: An Anthropological View

[Presentation]

Janis Taylor
Ecosystem Services and Land Use in the Nebraska Sandhills Ecoregion
Lynn Sollenberger
Ecosystem Services of Florida Grasslands

[Presentation]

Chandra Giri
Mangrove Forest Distributions and Dynamics (1975-2005) in the Tsunami-impacted Region of Asia
9:40am-10:00am Jason Kreitler
A Marginal Value Priority Setting Framework for Ecosystem Services

[Presentation]

Deborah Febres Urdaneta
What Can the Landscape Tell Us about Human Welfare? The Case of Piritu Lagoon in Venezuela
Timothy Martin
Forest Management Strategies for Atmospheric CO2 Mitigation

[Presentation]

 
10:00am-10:30am AM BREAK/ POSTER STRIKE (Royal Palm VI-VIII)
10:30am-12:00pm PLENARY SESSION (Royal Palm IV-V)
 

 

 

 

Moderator: Mark Schaefer, Deputy Director for Environmental Conflict Resolution,
Morris K. Udall Foundation

Plenary Panel Discussion:

"Synthesis:  Key Findings and Next Steps"

Ann M. Bartuska, Deputy Chief for Research and Development, USDA Forest Service

Gregory R. Biddinger, Natural Land Management Program Coordinator,
ExxonMobil Biomedical Sciences, Inc.  [Presentation]

Paula A. Harrison, Environmental Change Institute, Oxford University Centre for the Environment  [Presentation] 

K. Bruce Jones, Chief Scientist for Biology, U.S. Geological Survey

Molly K. Macauley, Senior Fellow, Director, Academic Programs, Resources for the Future  [Presentation]

Closing Remarks: Carl Shapiro, ACES Conference Chair

12:00pm CONFERENCE CONCLUDES
12:30pm-1:00pm ASSEMBLE FOR EDUCATIONAL TOURS (Naples Grande Lobby)
1:00pm OPTIONAL POST CONFERENCE EDUCATIONAL TOUR

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