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Climate Change in the Pine Barrens
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Human greenhouse gas emissions are driving a rapid change in our climate and environment. Rising temperatures, sea leveland changes to weather patterns are occurring around the world including south Jersey. Being located in the most densely populated state, the New Jersey Pine Barrens is limited in how some species and habitats can respond to these changes.
Length ~75 minutes Cost no charge
In this webinar we will discuss trends in green house gas emissions, global temperature and sea level. We will also include examples of climate change impacting the habitats and species of South Jersey.
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About Ryan Rebozo
Dr. Rebozo joined the Pinelands Preservation Alliance in 2015 as the Director of Conservation Science after completing his Ph.D. in environmental science from Drexel University. At Drexel, Ryan studied the influence of varying management regimes on the demography of the Pine Barren gentian (Gentiana autumnalis).
Prior to attending Drexel, Ryan graduated from Rutgers University with a B.S. in ecology and natural resources and minor in entomology and economic zoology. His research experience includes, plant population dynamics, fire ecology, mammal foraging preferences and plant animal interactions.