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Tuesday, April 30 • 9:15am - 9:45am
KEYNOTE: Responding to Climate Change through Geo Data

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Humanity is faced with numerous ecological sustainability challenges at an unprecedented magnitude and scale with climate change being the most serious and pervasive globally. Simultaneously, spatially explicit data and information needed to effectively respond are being generated at an enormous rate, but too little of it is finding its way into day-to-day decision making. To bridge science and action, the Conservation Biology Institute pioneered Databasin.org to enable integration and collaboration of climate and other geo data. Through the power of geo data and mapping, this talk will highlight examples of how climate change and related data can be used to plan for change. Successfully addressing this need, which encourages broad participation, will lead to better health, greater wealth, and higher global security.


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James Strittholt

President/Executive Director, Conservation Biology Institute
James Strittholt is founder and President of the Conservation Biology Institute located in Corvallis, Oregon and has over 18 years experience in applying computer mapping technologies to address conservation planning in the U.S. and internationally. He holds undergraduate degrees in Botany, Zoology, and Secondary Education from Miami University where he also earned a Masters in Zoology in population genetics. He earned a Ph.D. in 1994 from Ohio... Read More →


Tuesday April 30, 2013 9:15am - 9:45am
Mission Bay Conference Center 1675 Owens St San Francisco, CA 94158

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