GEER 2008
Greater Everglades Ecosystem Restoration
Planning, Policy and Science Meeting
For Everglades Restoration 2050 – Advancing the Science to Achieve Success

July 28-August 1, 2008 l Naples, FL


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Lynn Scarlett
Deputy Secretary
Department of the Interior


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Restoration Coffee Houses

A major goal of GEER is to provide participants with a unique opportunity to collectively identify vitally important issues faced by ecosystem restoration in the Greater Everglades. It is important that we understand what practices and processes are used for dealing with issues, determine what has worked and what has not worked, and most importantly, why. In addition to programmatic sessions of contributed papers which allow restoration practitioners to share accumulated knowledge, GEER 2008 will feature special sessions called “Restoration Coffee Houses” (RCH).

These Coffee House sessions will allow for an interactive discussion on challenges and opportunities relevant to critical topics such as:

  • Priorities and Sequencing to achieve success

  • Incremental Adaptive Restoration (IAR) – Decision critical uncertainties relevant to Planning, Policy, and Science

  • To Model or Not to Model – that is the question.



























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