Events & Media

The Bren School of Environmental Science & Management
at the University of California, Santa Barbara


Presents

The Master of Environmental Science & Management
Class of 2012
Group Project Final Presentations


Friday, April 13, 2012
Bren Hall, UCSB


Open to the public
Presentations: 1:00 - 4:45 p.m.
Poster Session & Reception: 4:45 - 6:00 p.m.


Bren Hall and Marine Science Institute (map - see grid E5)

Please note: The top floor of UCSB’s Parking Lot 10 (Grid D6 on map) has been reserved for this event. Parking there will be free for event guests. Carpooling is encouraged!


Master's-candidate students from the Class of 2012
will present their findings for the following
13 Group Projects and 3 Eco-Entrepreneurship Projects:

Group Project Final Presentation Schedule

1:00-1:05
1:05- 1:30
1:30-1:50
Event Introductory Remarks
Concurrent Presentations
Q & A
Bren Hall 1414
Impact of Sea Level Rise on Plant Species: A Threat Assessment for the Central California Coast
Bren Hall 1424
The Impacts of Climate Change on the Critical Inputs of the Dairy Industry
Bren Hall 4016
Evaluating Energy Storage Options: A Case Study at Los Angeles Harbor College
MSI 1302
 Saving Nemo: Mariculture and Market-based Solutions to Reform the Marine Ornamental Trade
2:00-2:25
2:25-2:45
Concurrent Presentations
Q & A
Bren Hall 1414
Deckers Outdoor Corporation Water Footprint
Bren Hall 1424
Eco-Entrepreneurship – GreenSoil: Promoting Sustainability through Education
Bren Hall 4016
Sustainable Visitorship at the Angeles National Forest: Strategies for Solid Waste Management
MSI 1302
Salmon Aquaculture in Southern Chile: A Bioeconomic Model of Farming Practices
 
 
3:00-3:25
3:25-3:45
Concurrent Presentations
Q & A
Bren Hall 1414
Developing Fire Management Strategies in Support of Adaptive Management at Tejon Ranch, California
Bren Hall 1424
Eco-Entrepreneurship – Green Carbon
Bren Hall 4016
Assessing Decentralized Wastewater Treatment Options in Santa Barbara County
MSI 1302
A Cost-Benefit Analysis of Adaptations to Climate Change: Comparing Feasibility of Ecosystem-based (EbA) Methods for Climate Change Adaptation with Engineered Approaches
 
 
4:00-4:25
4:25-4:45
Concurrent Presentations
Q & A
Bren Hall 1414
Greening Aquarium of the Bay: Recommendations for Reduced Environmental Impact
Bren Hall 1424
Eco-Entrepreneurship – DROPcycle
Bren Hall 4016
Evaluating Viable Models for Community Solar Projects in the State of California
MSI 1302
Green Buildings in the U.S. and China: Bridging the Energy Performance Gap
 
 

For questions or more information, please contact the following people:

BJ Danetra: bjdanetra@bren.ucsb.edu or
Amy Burgard: aburgard@bren.ucsb.edu

For more about this year’s projects go to: http://www.bren.ucsb.edu/research/masters_gp.htm