26 January 2014

Public lecture on coastal habitat restoration

Wednesday, January 29 at 4pm
Cook/Douglass Lecture Hall, Room 110, Cook Campus     
Carl Alderson is a Marine Resource Specialist with the NOAA Restoration Center, located at the Sandy Hook JJ Howard Marine Science Lab in Highlands, NJ. Carl provides oversight of coastal habitat restoration projects through NOAA’s Damage Assessment Remedial and Restoration Program (DARRP) and Community-based Restoration Grants Program (CRP) in the mid-Atlantic region. He is a graduate of Rutgers University, and is a Licensed Landscape Architect in NJ. Before joining NOAA, Carl worked for the City of New York and led a decade long effort to restore tidal wetlands, marine bird and fish habitat as compensation for natural resources damages resulting from oil spills in NY Harbor. Carl is recognized as a national leader in restoration of coastal wetlands and bay habitats.

The rest of the schedule looks great too:

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