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Technical Program on the Delaware River Watershed Initiative and the Impact of Sea Level Rise on Northeastern U.S. Coastal Wetlands
2016-1-15 ANS-Deans_Watson presentation.pdf
Kroll_SWEP 1 15 16 DWRF slides complete.pdf
Friday January 15th, in PECO’s Energy Hall, Downstairs at 2301 Market Street, Philadelphia
8:30 - 9:00 Registration
9:00 - 11:00 Program
RSVP: By 5 pm Monday, January 11, 2016
Getting there and parking:
See http://philadelphia.bestparking.com/ for nearby parking locations.
Public Transit: http://www.septa.org/stations/rail/30th.html;
Short walk from 30th Street Station
Please join SWEP of Greater Philadelphia in PECO’s, Energy Hall to learn from the experts in the field:
Dr. Stefanie Kroll: Project Science Director for the Academy of Natural Science’s involvement in the Delaware River Watershed Initiative
Dr. Elizabeth Watson: Assistant professor in the Department of Biodiversity, Earth & Environmental Sciences at Drexel University, and the Wetland Section Leader at the Patrick Center for Environmental Research at the Academy of Natural Sciences
About the Program:
Please join SWEP of Greater Philadelphia in PECO’s, Energy Hall to learn from the experts in the field. Dr. Kroll will discuss the Delaware River Watershed Initiative and key components. Dr. Watson will discuss the impacts of sea level rise on coastal wetlands in the Northeastern U. S.
SWEP Greater of Philadelphia thanks PECO, an Exelon Company for providing our location and breakfast.
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