12 Feb Lessons from Ecology, Archaeology and Indigenous Knowledge
Wednesday, April 27, 2016
By drawing on examples from kelp forests, ancient clam gardens and the Pacific herring fishery, we will explore the key links between humans and the ocean, focusing on the factors that confer their resilience, that is, their ability to learn, re-organize and adapt in the face of sudden change.
Presenter: Dr. Anne Salomon, PhD
The Rosenberg Institute Public Forum series features public presentations and conversation with inspired thought leaders in marine and environmental science. View this play list to deepen your understanding of environmental issues, solutions and nature. Join us for our next public forum at the Estuary and Ocean Science Center (http://eoscenter.sfsu.edu), located on SF State’s Romberg Tiburon Campus.