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Presented By: Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

EEB Thursday Seminar Series - Farming with fish pee: applying ecological theory to help sustain ecosystem services in tropical coastal ecosystems

Jake Allgeier, EEB, University of Michigan

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This talk is a part of our ongoing Thursday seminar series.

About: Understanding the controls on ecosystem production underpins our ability to effectively manage coastal ecosystems and the services they provide millions of people worldwide. In this talk, Allgeier will provide evidence at multiple spatial scales that ‘fish pee’ may also provide an unlikely means to promote the conservation of coastal tropical ecosystems and the resources they provide. Throughout the talk, he will provide examples of how his research program bridges science with conservation efforts, underscoring how a theory-driven approach to ecology can be directly applied to help solve real-world conservation problems in highly impaired coastal tropical ecosystems.

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