IoE Rough Cut Seminar Series - Dr. William Kleindl
- Wednesday, February 19, 2020 from 12:00pm to 1:00pm
- Wilson Hall, 1-131 - view map
As part of the Montana Institute on Ecosystems' Rough Cut Seminar Series, Dr. William Kleindl will give the talk "Understanding Dynamic Floodplains in Socioecological Systems: Insights from Portfolio Theory" at noon on Wednesday, February 19 in 1-131 Wilson Hall.
Dr. William Kleindl is an aquatic ecologist in the Department of Land Resources and Environmental Sciences at MSU, with a B.A. in Botany (University of Wisconsin, 1987), an M.S. in Urban Stream Ecology (University of Washington, 1995), and a Ph.D. in Systems Ecology (The University of Montana, December 2014). He has more than 30 years of academic and consulting experience within public and private sectors in the science, policy, and management of aquatic environments, including extensive experience in the assessment, restoration, and management of degraded wetlands and rivers across multiple spatial and temporal scales. His current research focuses on the shifting mosaic of riparian systems that are driven by fluvial and fire disturbances within anthropogenic landscape patches shaped by silviculture, agriculture, development, and preservation management decisions. In his seminar he will discuss whether the portfolio effect is an efficient resource management tool in socioecological systems.
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- Institute on Ecosystems