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400 Years of Forest Impact, Management and Planning in USA’s Largest Park & Preserve – The Adirondacks

A lecture by
Dr. Daniel Moscovici,
Associate Professor of Environmental Studies and Sustainability, University of Stockton, New Jersey

When: Monday, May 21, 14:30-15.30

Where: Center for the Arts Auditorium

Organized by: Environmental Studies (ES)

Supported by the Environmental Studies Society

The particular work that Dr. Moscovici will present investigates historical environmental destruction and subsequent land use policies enacted over the last 400 years in the Adirondacks Park & Preserve – America’s largest park and preserve in the lower 48 states.


Bio

Daniel Moscovici is an associate professor of Environmental Studies & Sustainability at Stockton University. Dr. Moscovici completed a Ph.D. in Environmental Planning & M.S. In Environmental Studies at the University of Pennsylvania and an M.B.A. at Villanova University. His main areas of interest include natural resource management, environmental pedagogy, regional planning and land conservation.