In the Series forum at the Boston Aquarium in September, Dr. Ellen Douglas’s presentation was both engaging and enlightening. Her message will be of particular interest to Cape Cod and south coast residents, where her frank discussion of sea level rise and climate change will resonate. Two Cape-based speakers will be on hand to provide the local perspective.
This event is the last of five forums of LWVMA’s Climate and Energy Solutions Series. It is free and open to the public.
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Co-hosted by the League of Women Voters (LWV) of Falmouth and LWV of Massachusetts.
For a list of partnering organizations for the Climate and Energy Solutions Series click here.
Dr. Ellen Marie Douglas is an Associate Professor of Hydrology at UMass Boston School for the Environment. Dr. Douglas’ research interests include evaluating the impacts of climate change on New England hydrology, assessing the vulnerability of coastal communities to flooding, improving methods for sustainable water resource management and monitoring the performance of river restoration through dam removal.
She earned her undergraduate and master’s degrees in hydrology and civil engineering from the University of New Hampshire, and a Ph.D. in water resources engineering from Tufts University.
Dr. Douglas has authored or co-authored numerous publications, including being a co-author of “Climate Ready Boston: Results of the Boston Research Advisory Group” and “Preparing for the Rising Tide,” reports outlining the impacts of climate change on Boston and surrounding communities.
|Stephanie Madsen is Sustainability Coordinator at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.||Dr. Robert Max Holmes is the Deputy Director and Senior Scientist at Woods Hole Research Center.|