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James Morris & Spartina

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Uploaded on Apr 14, 2011

Dr. James Morris, director of Belle Baruch Institute for Marine and Coastal Sciences, Professor of Biological Sciences, Distinguished Professor of Marine Studies at the University of South Carolina, and an AAAS Fellow, speaks on "Invasive Spartina grass—ecological disaster or high value ecosystem service provider?" His talk at the March 2011 Public Interest Environmental Conference in Eugene OR, addressed the role of science in informing policy as it pertains to invasive species and the predicament that policymakers have when confronted by uncertainty.

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