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Webinar: Synthesizing Three Decades of Research on Function and Dysfunction of Shoreline Fish Habita
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Pre-approved for 1.5 CECs under SER's CERP program

1/24/2020
When: Friday, January 24, 2020
2:00 PM
Where: United States

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As one of three large estuaries in the Middle Atlantic Bight, the Hudson River estuary potentially provides nursery habitat to many estuarine-dependent coastal marine fish species, including those with economic and ecological importance. However, habitat function, specifically in roles of refuge, feeding, and connectivity to shore-side ecological subsidies, is compromised by historical engineered shoreline armoring and pier construction for human waterfront services.  Accidental and intended naturalization is returning some of these functions. Understanding the role of shorelines in context of the natural history in which it is embedded will lead to different place-based engineering solutions for mitigation.

 

Pre-approved for 1.5 CECs under SER's CERP program

 

Info/register: https://www.hrnerr.org/estuary-training/trainingtopic/sustainable-shorelines-designs-webinar-series

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