Webinar: Estimating Fish and Invertebrate Production Associated with Key Coastal Habitats in the U.S.

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To what degree do oyster reef, seagrass bed, and salt marsh habitats contribute to the abundance of fish and invertebrate species in the U.S.? What biological and environmental factors have the greatest influence on this production for each habitat?   

On Tuesday, August 6 at 3:00 pm Eastern time/12:00 pm Pacific time, the Lenfest Ocean Program will host a webinar introducing a new project to examine these questions. Our speakers will include: 
•    Bryan DeAngelis, The Nature Conservancy
•    Dr. Philine zu Ermgassen, The University of Edinburgh
•    Dr. Jonathan Grabowski, Northeastern University

This information could improve the ability of managers to target habitat restoration, conservation, and fisheries management measures to maximize ecosystem productivity and economic benefits. Download the project fact sheet to learn more.

 

Register for the Webinar

 

Webinar Instructions:

Date: Tuesday, August 6, 2019
Time: 3:00 PM Eastern time/12:00 PM Pacific time 

For remote access:
Please fill out the registration form before the event is scheduled to begin.
Event number: 794 159 431
Event password: Habitat2019

For teleconference audio after you join the webinar, either:

1. Select “Call me” and provide your phone number –this option is strongly preferred because it does not count towards the attendance cap, so please use this if possible
OR: Select "Call Using Computer"
OR: Call the number below and enter the access code:

  • In the U.S. and Canada, dial 1-855-214-7745.
  • For additional global call in numbers, click here.

2. Enter the conference code 396 957 5461
3. After dialing the conference code:

  • Be sure to enter the Attendee ID that will appear on your screen.
  • You will not be prompted to do so. 

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