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Academic Report: Land Systems in the Anthropocene
Update time: 2017-07-11
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Topic: Land Systems in the Anthropocene: Why Humans Transformed Earth

Speaker: Dr. Erle C. Ellis

Brief introduction to the speaker:

Dr. Erle Ellis is a Professor of Geography and Environmental Systems at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) where he directs the Laboratory for Anthropogenic Landscape Ecology (http://ecotope.org). His research investigates the ecology of human landscapes at local to global scales towards informing sustainable stewardship of the biosphere in the Anthropocene. His recent work characterizes long-term global changes in human ecology (anthromes; anthroecology), online tools for global synthesis of local knowledge (GLOBE) and user-deployed tools for mapping landscapes in 3D (Ecosynth). He teaches environmental science and landscape ecology at UMBC, and has taught ecology at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design.  

Host: Prof. DONG Jinwei

Time: 3:00pm July 14, 2017

Venue: Room2209 IGSNRR

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