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12/5 Open House Information: Zoom Link, Agenda

Monday, December 5, 2022
2022 NE CASC Fellows Retreat Participants

Connection Information

Please use this link to join the Open House: Participants will be able to log on shortly before the event begins at 3:00 pm Eastern Time.  The Zoom meeting ID# for the Open House is 954 1413 5331. If you have not already done so, please register for the Open House by completing this form

Join Our Community!

We are delighted to invite the NE CASC community to our inaugural Open House, which will take place via Zoom on Monday, December 5th, from 3:00-4:00 pm. This interactive event will provide participants with the opportunity to learn about current NE CASC projects, participate in breakout groups with NE CASC researchers, and help craft a research portfolio that is responsive to the needs of our community. Please join us for an hour of lively exchanges that will play an important role in helping shape the future of climate adaptation science across the Northeast!


I. Presentation on the NE CASC Research Portfolio & Priorities (20-30 minutes):

  • Will Farmer, NE CASC Acting Federal Director, USGS
  • Jon Woodruff, NE CASC University Codirector, UMass Amherst

II. Breakout Discussions Led by NE CASC PIs & Staff (30 minutes): 

  • Konstantinos Andreadis, Principal Investigator, UMass Amherst
  • Bethany Bradley, NE CASC University Codirector, UMass Amherst
  • Anthony D’Amato, Principal Investigator, University of Vermont
  • Linda Deegan, Principal Investigator, Woodwell Climate Research Center
  • Radley Horton, Principal Investigator, Columbia University
  • Peter McIntyre, Principal Investigator, Cornell University
  • Toni Lyn Morelli, USGS/NE CASC Research Ecologist
  • Keith Nislow, Principal Investigator, USDA Forest Service-Northern Research Station
  • Darren Ranco, Visiting Member, NE CASC Leadership Team, University of Maine
  • Michelle Staudinger, USGS/NE CASC Science Coordinator
  • Marissa Weiss, NE CASC Climate Engagement Scientist, UMass Amherst
  • Jon Woodruff, NE CASC University Codirector, UMass Amherst