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Water Institute Faculty, Students and colleagues,


In Celebration of the Word Environment Day, the Water Institute in collaboration with the Regional Ramsar Center for the Western Hemisphere (CREHO) is pleased to announce the Webinar "RAMSAR, Wise Use and the Intertidal Commons: Case Studies from Panama, Costa Rica, the United States and Equatorial Guinea". The webinar will be live streamed via Facebook Live (https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__www.facebook.com_CREHORamsar&d=DwIFAw&c=sJ6xIWYx-zLMB3EPkvcnVg&r=wHamBkfI86vh-xuQmdLAEvGMkY78YiJ9hJYkblI0Ffau9N348TJcZNaGm5KOldi1&m=zEJ86ga1bwAsBBxVudxuW8SULSmo815cQtAXs1I57VQ&s=PbAMcYWg7gV0kVn7V2JN1J7FYn6SR4lgLW0a7ufW7fk&e= ) and translated simultaneously to Spanish to accommodate audiences in Latin America and North America.





RAMSAR, WISE USE AND THE INTERTIDAL COMMONS: CASE STUDIES FROM PANAMA, COSTA RICA, THE UNITED STATES AND EQUATORIAL GUINEA, AFRICA
(La Convención Ramsar, Uso Racional y los Espacios Comunes de la Zona Intermareal,  Estudio de Caso: Panamá, Costa Rica, Estados Unidos y Guinea Ecuatorial)



Thursday June 25, 2020. 11:00AM-12:45 EST.

In celebration of World Environment Day 2020.



  1.  INTRODUCTION: CREHO Engagement with Academic Centers: The UF Water Institute Case Study

Osvaldo Jordan, PhD., Regional Ramsar Center for the Western Hemisphere (CREHO) & Paloma Carton de Grammont, PhD., University of Florida Water Institute

  1.  The Intertidal Commons: International and Domestic Law and Policy Frameworks

Thomas T. Ankersen, Professor University of Florida College of Law

  1.  The Mangrove Commons: Gender, Restoration and the Wise Use of the Intertidal Zone in Costa Rica

Stephanie Cadaval, M.A., University of Florida Center for Latin American Studies

  1.  Not Fit for Human Consumption? Bivalves as Key Drivers of Persistent Pollutant Integration into SE US Coastal Food Webs

Christine Angelini, PhD., Professor, University of Florida College of Engineering

  1.  Persistent Pollutants and the Intertidal Zone in Panama: A CREHO / UF Research Agenda

Sidney Williams, PhD Candidate, UF College of Engineering, Katie Slattery, Sea Grant Water Quality Fellow, Pablo Hereter, JD Cand. University of Florida College of Law

  1.  Challenges and Opportunities for the Wise Use of Coastal Wetlands and Nearshore Waters in Equatorial Guinea

Christian Barrientos, PhD, Director, Equatorial Guinea Program, Wildlife Conservation Society

  1.  Q & A.


Paloma Carton de Grammont, Ph.D.
Research Coordinator
UF Water Institute
PO Box 116601
University of Florida
Gainesville, FL 32611

Phone: 352-294-7744
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