Kurt Sable on wildfire

Kurt Sable on wildfire

Kurt Sable has been a Hydrologist for the US Forest Service for 17 years, working for three different National Forests in Northern California. Kurt initiates and manages watershed restoration projects and conducts analysis for water and soil projects on National Forest system Lands including logging, fuels work, recreation, etc. He also works on Burned Area Emergency Response Teams, and this fall spent 14 days as the Lead Resource Advisor on the North Complex (6th largest fire in California history).

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Monaliza Noor on recycling contracts in California

Monaliza Noor on recycling contracts in California

Join us for the second of two talks in our waste management series, to pair with our brand new waste management curriculum (see link below)! Here, Monaliza Noor discusses her work in solid waste management and policy making, pertaining to a project the get all Californians recycling organic materials by 2022. 

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Amanda Cauble on wastewater treatment and COVID-19

Amanda Cauble on wastewater treatment and COVID-19

Join us for the first of two talks in our waste management series, to pair with our brand new waste management curriculum (see link below)! Here, Amanda Cauble discusses her work as an engineer in wastewater at Central Conta Costa Sanitary District, and explains a research project specific to COVID-19.

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Colleen Reid, PhD on the impacts of wildfire smoke

Colleen Reid, PhD on the impacts of wildfire smoke

Dr. Reid is an assistant professor in the Geography Department at the University of Colorado, Boulder. Her research focuses on human exposure to environmental changes influenced by global climatic changes, and society’s responses to those changes. She has led research projects on the health impacts of exposure to smoke from wildfires, and the creation and evaluation of a national neighborhood-level map of vulnerability to extreme heat events.

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Studying frogs in Honduras with Joe Townsend, PhD

Studying frogs in Honduras with Joe Townsend, PhD

Josiah (Joe) Townsend is an Associate Professor of Biology at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, and a Visiting Professor at the Zamorano Biodiversity Center in Honduras. He has spent over 20 years studying the diversity of amphibians and reptiles in Honduras. Work by Townsend and his colleagues has resulted in the discovery and description of 27 new species to date, work that has directly promoted the conservation of endemic species at national and international levels.

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