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EPA Research

A Community on Ecosystem Services (ACES) 2018 Conference

Date and Time

Monday 12/03/2018 7:30AM EST to Thursday 12/06/2018 7:00PM EST
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 EPA Research at ACES | 2018

Plenary Session

Ecosystem Services and Resilience to Natural Hazards
Jennifer Orme-Zavaleta, Principal Deputy Assistant Administrator for Science for the Office of Research and Development and EPA Science Advisor
December 4, 2018; 8:30-9:45 AM
Location: Arlington Ballroom
 

Scientific Sessions

 
Date/Time Session #/Topic Author Title
12/4/18 
1:35-1:55 
14: Models Tammy Newcomer-Johnson EPA‘s EcoService Models Library (ESML): A New Tool for Quantifying and Valuing Ecosystem Services
12/4/18
1:55-2:15
14: Models Ted DeWitt Assessing the transferability of ecological models to new settings
12/4/18 
4:50-5:10 
18: What's the Use of Non-Use Values? Linking Ecology, Economics and Ecosystem Services to Quantify Non-Use Ecosystem Services Paul Ringold Metrics to Represent Non-use Aspects of Streams and Lakes
12/4/18
5:10-5:30 
18: What's the Use of Non-Use Values? Linking Ecology, Economics and Ecosystem Services to Quantify Non-Use Ecosystem Services Colin Phifer Biophysical Metrics for Quantifying Nonuse Values: Examples from Three Ecosystem Types in the United States
       

12/5/18
11:20-11:40

25: Decision Making and Decision Support  Kenneth G. Boykin Applying Biodiversity Metrics within an Ecosystem Services Framework to a Habitat Conservation Plan: a Case Study in Partner Engagement  

12/5/18
11-11:20 

31: Coastal and Marine Applications Chanda Littles Assessing Recreational Final Ecosystem Goods and Services (FEGS) Supported by Tampa Bay, FL Coastal Habitat Features
12/5/18
2:55-3:15 PM
33: Opportunities to Create, Report, and Use Natural Capital Accounts Stephen Posner Applications and Opportunities of Natural Capital Accounting for Decision Making  

12/5/18 
1:35-1:55 PM

38: Quantifying the Health Benefits of Nature, Part 1 Susan Yee Linking Ecosystem Services to Human Health to Inform Estuary Management in Puerto Rico
12/5/18 
2:35-2:55 PM
38: Quantifying the Health Benefits of Nature, Part 1 Wei-Lun Tsai Measuring the Influence of Residential Exposure to Natural Environments on Mental Health and Well-being
12/5/18
3:50-4:10 PM
46: Quantifying the Health Benefits of Nature, Part 2 Ferdouz Cochran An Eco-Health Index from EnviroAtlas Community Metrics
12/5/18 
4:10-4:30 
46: Quantifying the Health Benefits of Nature, Part 2 Wei-Lun Tsai Greenery along Neighborhood Roads is Linked to BMI and Physical Activity across Four Diverse Communities
12/5/18 
3:50-4:10
47: Governance Barriers and Opportunities for Integrating Ecosystem Services into Estuary and Coastal Management   Bob McKane A Science-Governance Partnership for Integrating Ecosystem Services into Puget Sound Restoration Planning
12/5/18 
4:10-4:30 
47: Governance Barriers and Opportunities for Integrating Ecosystem Services into Estuary and Coastal Management   Joel Hoffman Building a science-governance partnership around ecosystem services to catalyze revitalization in Great Lakes Area of Concern communities
12/5/18 4:50-5:10  47: Governance Barriers and Opportunities for Integrating Ecosystem Services into Estuary and Coastal Management   Kate Mulvaney Social Acceptance and Governance Challenges of Alternative Technologies to Reduce Nitrogen on Cape Cod
       
12/6/18
8:35-8:55 
52: Ecosystem Services Tools for Estuary and Coastal Management Richard Fulford Assessment of ecosystem services impacts from landscape urbanization in the Mobile Bay watershed
12/6/18
8:55-9:15 
52: Ecosystem Services Tools for Estuary and Coastal Management Darryl Marois Ecohydrology modeling to predict effects of environmental change on river inflows to Tillamook Bay, Oregon, USA
12/6/18
9:35-9:55 
52: Ecosystem Services Tools for Estuary and Coastal Management David M Martin Incorporating the Social Benefits of Ecological Restoration into Planning, Decision Making, and Monitoring
12/6/18
9:55-10:15
52: Ecosystem Services Tools for Estuary and Coastal Management Kathleen Williams Building and applying a framework to uncover relational values of ecosystem services

12/6/18
9:35-9:55 

56: Quantification Tools and Resources  Derek VanBerkel EnviroAtlas‘ National Assessment of Cultural Ecosystem Services: Leveraging Social Media to Understand America‘s Most Valued Landscapes  
12/6/18
3:05-3:25
65: Drinking Water Sean Woznicki Projecting the Impacts of Land Cover Change on Drinking Water Treatment in Minneapolis Minnesota