Events & Media: Master's Projects 2017






The Master of Environmental Science and Management

Class of 2017 Final Presentations

15 Group Projects

3 Eco-Entrepreneurship Projects

Learn more about the projects


Free and Open to the Public

Friday, April 21, 2017

1:00-5:00pm
Poster Session & Reception to follow

The Fess Parker - A Doubletree by Hilton Resort
633 East Cabrillo Boulevard
Santa Barbara, CA 93103

Presentation Schedule

1:00-1:10
Welcome by Bren School Dean Steve Gaines
 
1:15-1:50
OrganicMatters: Creating certified-organic fertilizers from egg industry waste (Eco-Entrepreneurship)
A Greater Gray: A Larval Connectivity Assessment of Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary
Feasibility Analysis of Conservation Banking for the Greater Sage-Grouse in Montana
 
2:00-2:35
A Framework to Evaluate the Effectiveness of No-Take Marine Reserves in Mexico
Quantifying the Greenhouse Gas Impacts of a Green Hotel Certification on the City of Los Angeles
The Waterfowl of Wall Street – Using Water Markets to Provide Habitat for Migratory Birds
 
2:45-3:20
Big Island Impacts: Analysis of Land Use Conversion on Water Quality, Carbon Emissions, and Wildlife at the Kohala Institute
Quantifying the economic potential of small scale fisheries through better management in the Gulf of Nicoya, Costa Rica
BranchOut: Unlock the Outdoors through play-based curriculum (Eco-Entrepreneurship)
Carbon Zero: Curbing Climate Change and Driving Energy Efficiency at UCSB
 
3:30-4:05
A Framework for Restoration to Support Agassiz’s Desert Tortoise Recovery in the Western Mojave Desert
Salmonics: Quantifying the Benefits of River Restoration for Chinook salmon on the Lower Yuba River, California
Bridging Science and Management in the Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument
Sunset Power Solutions: Retrofitting Second-Life Lithium Ion Batteries For Wireless, Exhaust-Free Event Lighting
 
4:15-4:50
Sharing Canada’s Last Frontier: Creating a Conservation Network to Ensure Continued Wildlife Connectivity in the Mackenzie River
Planning and incentivizing native oyster restoration in Southern California
Workplace Charging to Promote One Million Zero Emission Vehicles in California by 2020
From Rocket Testing to Wilderness: Investigating Water Management Strategies and Impacts at Santa Susana
 
5:00-6:30
Poster Session & Reception

 

 

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presented with generous support from

   

Gregory Stamos
&
Dale Griffiths Stamos