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College of Earth, Life, and Health Sciences

Small mammals and climate from an evolutionary and ecophysiological perspective

138 Sawyer Conference Room Sawyer Environmental Research Center, Orono, ME, United States

 Climate Change Institute Lecture Series Dr. Danielle Levesque Assistant Professor of Mammalogy and Mammalian Health School of Biology & Ecology, University of Maine   I am an evolutionary and ecological physiologist primarily interested in the comparative energetics and the evolution of mammalian temperature regulation. My research lies at the intersections of comparative physiology, ecology and evolutionary […]

CARBON OF CONVENIENCE AND ACCOUNTING TRANSPARENCY: CHALLENGES FOR THE FUTURE OF CLIMATE POLICY

138 Sawyer Conference Room Sawyer Environmental Research Center, Orono, ME, United States

CARBON OF CONVENIENCE AND ACCOUNTING TRANSPARENCY: CHALLENGES FOR THE FUTURE OF CLIMATE POLICY   Aaron Strong Assistant Professor of Marine Policy, University of Maine  Climate Change Institute Lecture Series Friday, January 27, 2017 at 2 PM 138 Sawyer Conference Room Abstract: As humanity has entered the Anthropocene, the challenges posed by rapid anthropogenic global change […]

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