Events & Media: Master's Projects 2015

Friday, April 24, 2015

triptych showing students working on project, field workk, presenting their project

The Master of Environmental Science and Management

Class of 2015 Final Presentations



15 Group Projects

2 Eco-Entrepreneurship Projects

Open to the Public

Presentations —1:30-5:35 p.m.
Poster Session & Reception 5:35-7:00 p.m.

Fess Parker's Doubletree Hotel & Resort
Santa Barbara

Presentation Schedule

1:30 - 1:45 PM
Santa Ynez/San Rafael
2:00 - 2:35 PM
Sierra Madre North
Evaluating Management Scenarios to Revitalize the California Commercial Swordfish Fishery
San Miguel/Santa Rosa
Burbank Sustainable Water Master Plan
Anacapa/Santa Cruz
Investigating the Feasibility of Greenhouse Gas Mitigation in Santa Barbara County
2:45 - 3:20 PM
Sierra Madre North
The Bathtub Ring: Implications of Low Water Levels in Lake Mead on Water Supply, Hydropower, Recreation, and the Environment
San Miguel/Santa Rosa
UCSB Operational Effectiveness: Energy Management Initiative
Anacapa/Santa Cruz
Slightly Nutty: Nutritious, Delicious, Sustainable (Eco-Entrepreneurship)
3:30 - 4:05 PM
Sierra Madre North
Solo Energy: A Social Impact Venture Providing Affordable Electricity to Energy Impoverished Individuals in Less Developed Nations Throughout Latin America and the Caribbean (Eco-Entrepreneurship)
San Miguel/Santa Rosa
Motivating Water Conservation in Southern California through Allocation and Market Mechanisms
Anacapa/Santa Cruz
Agricultural Non-Point Source Pollution: Best Management Practice Impacts on Water Quality & Recommendations to Improve Monitoring Programs in Ventura County, California
4:15 - 4:50 PM
Sierra Madre North
Addressing Sedimentation of the Rio Chone Estuary, Ecuador: A Watershed Perspective
Sierra Madre South
Informing Biodiversity Conservation and Water Quality Management in the Morro Bay Watershed
San Miguel/Santa Rosa
The City of Santa Barbara Sea Level Rise Vulnerability Assessment
Anacapa/Santa Cruz
Developing a Water Risk Analysis Framework for Suppliers and Applying it to a Pharmaceutical Supply Chain
  5:00 - 5:35 PM
Sierra Madre North TURFtools: A Community-Inclusive Management
Design Tool for Small-Scale Fisheries
Sierra Madre South San Joaquin Valley Landscape-Scale Planning for Solar Energy and Conservation
San Miguel/Santa Rosa Incorporating Life Cycle Screening into Alternatives Analysis
Anacapa/Santa Cruz Life Cycle Assessment of a Feature Film
  5:35 PM
  Poster Session & Reception