PUBLIC TALK: Looking Back To Go Forward: why marine management needs lessons from the past
|Looking Back To Go Forward: why marine management needs lessons from the past
A public lecture by Dr Kathleen Schwerdtner Máñez, Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology.
This lecture introduces marine environmental history (MEH) and its relevance for marine management. It will present some of the underlying concepts, theories and methods, and present the first textbook in MEH. Case studies from the Indonesian Archipelago will be used to show the practical relevance of information about the past for modern marine management.
This lecture is presented by the Institute of Advanced Studies and the UWA Oceans Institute.
Cost: FREE, but RSVP requested via the website.
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