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Our Ecosystem and Climate Change (Live Webinar)
This program will be held virtually. Once you register you will receive a zoom link in the confirmation. This webinar will also be recorded and available for 2 months to all registrants.

Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Instructor: Dr. Caitlin McDonough MacKenzie

Dr. Caitlin McDonough MacKenzie studies plant ecology and conservation biology in Maine. She's currently completing a David H. Smith Conservation postdoctoral Fellowship at UMaine and starting as a Visiting Assistant Professor at Colby College this fall. She will be speaking about her research on specifics of climate change's current effects on local plants and ecosystems.

Dr. MacKenzie holds a BA in Environmental Science and Public Policy from Harvard University, an MS in Ecological Planning from the University of Vermont, and a PhD in Biology from Boston University. Caitlin's PhD research that explored climate change, species loss, and spring phenology in and around Acadia National Park; her postdoc research at UMaine brings a paleoecological perspective to subalpine and alpine vegetation in Maine to support climate change vulnerability assessments for these habitats. She is a Second Century Stewardship Fellow at Acadia National Park and recently joined the Council of the New England Botanical Club. She has spent the COVID-19 pandemic sheltering at home in Boston and very much misses everything about life above treeline, even the black flies.
Single class scheduled on 8/12/2020 at 6:30PM
Attendees: 1 $ 7.00 ea.
Attendees: 1 $ 10.00 ea.