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Tuesday, September 20 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
Justice and Coproduction Track-01: Intro to LTER environmental and social justice research

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Panelists from across LTER sites will share the historical and cultural contexts that are key to understanding their sites and partner communities and invite workshop participants to identify and share key historical and cultural factors at their sites that have shaped social and ecological outcomes. Panelists will then share examples of LTER research that aims to be attentive to these dynamics, including exploration of how park investments affect household wealth, impacts of governance on the distribution of environmental benefits and burdens, and the role of shifting science-state-society relations in climate resilience and adaptation. The workshop will explore common practices and research methods that LTER sites can use to better document and make visible the historical and social contexts that shape current and future environments at LTER sites.

Lead Organizer

Bonnie Keeler

Minneapolis-St. Paul LTER
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Meghan Klasic

Postdoctoral Scholar, MSP LTER (University of Minnesota)
I am an Interdisciplinary Environmental Geographer. I completed my PhD in Geography with a DE in Computational Social Science from the University of California, Davis. My dissertation examined the role of environmental risk in shaping local governance. I explored these themes across... Read More →


Kevin Grove

Florida Coastal Everglades LTER

Tuesday September 20, 2022 10:30am - 12:00pm PDT
05. Kiln Meeting Room