Yuen Lecture Series: One.5°
Oceans Mini-Series with the Marine Biological Laboratory
Dr. Anne Giblin will discuss the current projections for sea-level rise over the next century and what impact high rates of sea-level rise could have on coastal ecosystems. The talk will focus on Atlantic salt marshes and mangroves, highlighting the tremendous impact that the invasion of Spartina alterniflora is having on coastal ecosystems in the Pacific.
Anne Giblin is the Interim Director of the Ecosystems Center at the Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL). She is also the lead Principal Investigator for the Plum Island Ecosystems Long-Term Ecological Research site, a large integrated watershed, estuarine and salt marsh site in the Northeastern US.
Learn more about MBL’s work on oceans and climate change through these mini-series episodes of One.5°.
One.5° is a new UChicago Yuen Campus series that explores this question and seeks answers from global experts from many disciplines. One.5° will highlight and draw attention to the issues, raise awareness and discuss solutions that individuals, communities, institutions and governments should consider to have an impact. We’ll discuss government policy and regulation that is working, how capitalism and corporate behaviors are changing and highlight success stories.