NSF sponsored Global Long Term Human Ecodynamics Conference
Eagle Hill, Maine.

October 15th-18th 2009

Climate Impacts

All of our diverse past cases of human ecodynamics have changing climate as a key variable in long term outcomes. As a species we are now facing a future that will certainly be shaped in large part by rapid climate change. Our contribution thus far has often been in bridging the disciplinary divides and creating teams capable of documenting and connecting climate to humans and to make full and effective use of the many high resolution paleoclimate indicators now available for the long term view. Participants include leaders in such interdisciplinary adventures.

Chairs: Lisa Kennedy & Socorro Lozano

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