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Engineered Landscapes: Society, Environment and Shifting Values in Brazil and the U.S.

What: An International Symposium to foster cross-campus & interdisciplinary dialogue on how human values have  shaped development paths and triggered social conflicts in the implementation of hydroelectric dams and other built structures -- or "engineered landscapes" in both the US and in the Brazilian Amazon.

When: October 23, 2014, 8:45 - 4:30

Where: Terrace Room (G400), Norman Hall, UF College of Education

For more info: www.amazondamsnetwork.org<http://www.amazondamsnetwork.org/> and see attached flier/agenda

Presented by the Tropical Conservation and Development Program and the Amazon Dams Program @UF. Co-sponsored by University of Florida Center for Humanities and the Public Sphere Fall Speaker Series and the Engineering School of Sustainable Infrastructure & Environment.



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David Kaplan, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Dept. of Environmental Engineering Sciences
Engineering School of Sustainable Infrastructure & Environment
University of Florida
6 Phelps Lab, PO Box 116350
Gainesville, FL 32611-6350

Phone: (352) 392-8439
Fax: (352) 392-3624
www.watershedecology.org<http://www.watershedecology.org>