A Social-Ecological Approach to Estuary Restoration: Integrating Social Networks into Landscapes

A Social-Ecological Approach to Estuary Restoration: Integrating Social Networks into Landscapes

Monday, November 4, 12 p.m.

Center for the Study of Institutional Diversity Human Evolution and Social Change
Location: Wrigley Hall, L1-14 (basement)
Campus: Tempe           
Cost: Free

Join us for the latest Center for the Study of Institutional Diversity brown bag, featuring Jesse Sayles, ASU School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning. 
 
Sayles will discuss recent literature linking social network analysis to spatial landscape analysis and some specific challenges that relate to watershed restoration planning. He will then present some preliminary network analysis from his case study. Specific discussion topics will be driven by the audience, but will likely include the following: how to analyze complex, hierarchical governance arrangements through networks; data challenges when working in large geographic areas (areas where you often find misfits); and going from social-ecological theory to planning tools. 
 
You are welcome to bring your lunch. Light refreshments will be served.


For more information
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: Center for the Study of Institutional Diversity
Phone: 480-965-8318

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