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TODAY! -- Research Forum -- Saving the Chesapeake Bay: Benefits, Policies, and Data Needs

When: Wednesday, December 12, 2012 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Where: Symons Hall, Rm. 3121 : 3121
Event Type(s): Forum

When: Wednesday, December 12th, 2:00pm to 3:30pm
Where: Symons Hall, Rm. 3121

Pizza and refreshments will be served!

Five graduate students will present research posters:

Sarah Ball (AREC): "The Effects of Improved Water Quality on the Blue Crab Fishery"

Jeff Ferris (AREC): "Impact of Algae Growth on Waterfront Home Values"

Patrick Fleming (AREC): "Government Subsidies and Conservation by Maryland Farmers"

Joe Maher (AREC): "A Valuation of Restored Streams Using Repeat Property Sales"

Xiaopeng Song (GEOG): "Urban Growth of the Washington, D.C.--Baltimore Region from 1984 to 2010."

Graduate students and faculty members will gather and discuss interdisciplinary research.

Website: http://www.arec.umd.edu/news/events/graduatefaculty-coffee-and-poster-forum-saving-chesapeake-bay-benefits-policies-and-data

For more information, contact:
Joe Maher
The Association of Agricultural and Resource Economists at College Park




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