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(*Note that the time of each speaker’s talk appears next to their name below)


Anne Giblin (see at 00:13.36 – 00:30:07, 17 minutes)
Plum Island Estuary Long Term Ecological Research Project
Sea level rise impacts and what they may mean for Great Marsh restoration

Marc Carullo (see at 00:30:17 – 00:46:26, 16 minutes)
MA Office of Coastal Zone Management
Leveraging the Massachusetts SLAMM data to prioritize restoration, incentivize land protection, and improve land management practices

Sergio Fagherazzi (see at 00:47:18 – 00:01:18, 14 minutes)
Boston University, PIE-LTER 
Assessing salt marsh resilience with sediment fluxes

Gregg Moore (see at 01:00:05 – 01:15:17, 15 minutes)
University of New Hampshire
Informing restoration with an understanding of current marsh dynamics

Wayne Castonguay (see at 01.33.13 – 01.47.06, 14 minutes)
Ipswich River Watershed Association 
Increasing the pace of barrier project implementation in the Great Marsh

Nancy Pau (see at 01:47:50- 02:03:45, 16 minutes)
Parker River National Wildlife Refuge 
Innovative marsh restoration techniques in the Great Marsh

Russ Hopping (see at 02:04:53 – 02:20:40, 16 minutes)
The Trustees 
Scaling up: Applying innovative techniques to restore the Great Marsh

Coffee with Artists for the Great Marsh (see at 01:16:06 – 01:33:10, 17 minutes)

Kate Bowditch, Remarks
Peter Van Demark, Curator