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Detailed Agenda - ACES 2021 Preview: A Web-Based Symposium

  Update: Recordings will be posted in the coming weeks

*Please note: all times listed below are Eastern Standard Time. Each presentation will include time for Q&A.

Wednesday, December 16, 2020
Session 1: ACES Intersections: Making Connections to Expand Our Community
10:30am–10:40am EST Shonte Jenkins and Emily Pindilli, USGS
Welcome and Opening
10:40am–11:20am EST Samuel Myers, Harvard University
Planetary Health: Human Health as an Ecosystem Service
11:20am–12:00pm EST Louise Chawla, University of Colorado Boulder
Nature and Health
12:00pm–1:30pm EST Break
Session 2: Student Fellow Lightning Talks
1:30pm–1:40pm EST Hermine Vedogbeton, Clark University
When Should Meta-Analysis be Used for Benefit Transfer? Predicting Reliability Across Heterogeneous Policy Sites
1:40pm–1:50pm EST Andrew Kadykalo, Carleton University
Evaluating and Predicting Pollination Services: A Global Meta-analysis of Pollinator-Dependent Crops
1:50pm–2:00pm EST Diana Hackenburg, University of Vermont
Meaningfully Engaging the Next Generation of Ecosystem Services Specialists
2:00pm–2:10pm EST Ilan Havinga, Wageningen University
Exploring the Potential of Flickr Metadata for Recreational Modelling
2:10pm–2:20pm EST Lookman Issa, Brandenburg University of Technology, Cottbus-Senftenberg, Germany
A Discourse on Carbon Pricing as a Policy Instrument for Climate Change Mitigation in Canada
2:20pm–2:30pm EST Maria Viota, University of the Basque Country
Urban Greenspace and Population Health in the Basque Country: Towards a Sustainable and Inclusive Planning
2:30pm–2:40pm EST Sadikshya Sharma, Pennsylvania State University
Social Values of Bird Conservation on Private lands in Pennsylvania
2:40pm–5:00pm EST Session Wrap Up & Break
Session 3: ACES 2020 Pollinator Buzz – At Home Happy Hour
5:00pm–5:15pm EST Jessica Fox, EPRI
Power for Pollinators
5:15pm–5:30pm EST Elizabeth Hill, USDA
USDA 2021 Pollinator Research Priorities - Connecting the Dots
5:30pm–5:45pm EST Iris Caldwell, The University of Illinois at Chicago
Rights-of-Way as Habitat Working Group
5:45pm–6:00pm EST Taylor Ricketts, University of Vermont
Targeting and Valuing Pollinator Restoration in Working Landscapes
6:00pm–6:15pm EST Leroy Walston, Argonne National Laboratory
The DOE InSPIRE Program: Ecosystem Services of Solar-Pollinator Habitat
6:15pm–6:30pm EST Q&A Panel
Thursday, December 17, 2020
Session 4: What’s Next: An ACES 2021 Preview
10:00am–10:10am EST Shonte Jenkins and Emily Pindilli, USGS
Welcome and Opening
10:10am–10:50am EST Kamal Sangha, Charles Darwin University
Cultural Ecosystem Services - Key to Address Pressing Environmental Concerns of Climate Change and Biodiversity Decline
10:50am–11:30am EST Greg Bratman, University of Washington
Nature and Mental Health: An Ecosystem Service Perspective
11:30am–1:00pm EST Break
Session 5: Student Fellow Lightning Talks
1:00pm–1:10pm EST So-Jung Youn, Michigan State University
Cultural Ecosystem Services of Inland Fisheries: Case Study of Lake Whitefish in the Upper Laurentian Great Lakes
1:10pm–1:20pm EST Baishali Bakshi, University of Minnesota
Climate Change, Forests, and Recreation in Minnesota: An Application of Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) for Valuing Cultural Ecosystem Services
1:20pm–1:30pm EST Yair Asael Alpuche Álvarez, University of Copenhagen
Fuzzy Cognitive Maps Based on a Literature Review: A Tool to Simulate Ecosystem Service Co-Production
1:30pm–1:40pm EST Nathan Fox, University of Southampton
“Photosearcher” Package in R: An Accessible and Reproducible Method for Harvesting Large Datasets from Flickr
1:40pm–1:50pm EST Helina Jolly, University of British Columbia
Interpretations of Protected Areas: Land as a Converging Point of Adivasi Socioecology
1:50pm–2:00pm EST Yujing Ma, VU University Amsterdam
Spatio-temporal Dynamics of Urban Ecosystem Services Supply-demand Mismatches
2:00pm–2:10pm EST Arun Regmi, Pennsylvania State University
Willingness to Pay for Prescribed Fire on Private Lands in Pennsylvania
2:10pm–2:30pm EST Shonte Jenkins, Emily Pindilli and Carl Shapiro, USGS
Synthesis and Closing Remarks

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