VIRTUAL: YSE 37th Research Day Second Session - Student Presentations

Event time: 
Friday, April 16, 2021 - 3:00pm to 4:30pm
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Calendar Speaker/Performer: 
Students of the Yale School of the Environment
Event description: 

Research Day is the annual showcase for diverse, multidisciplinary research conducted at Yale School of the Environment.
Session: Biogeochemical Cycles and Their Regulation
1. The role of ungulate density and sociality on landscape nutrient distribution (Kristy M. Ferraro)
2. The fate of soil carbon in drylands after the addition of multiple levels of water and nitrogen (Christopher Beltz)
3. Iron’s Effect on Methane Emissions from Freshwater Systems (Itai Boneh)
4. Tracing the Ecological Legacy of Historical Agriculture in New York City Forests (Sally Donovan)
Session: Environmental Equity, Movements and Leadership
1. Departing from the Norm: diversity, representation, and community-building in outdoor recreation (Erin Eck)
2. Black Women. Environment. Connecticut: A study of Black Female Environmental Leadership in Urban Connecticut (Ashley C. Stewart)
3. Natural Disasters and Faith Communities: How do faith leaders navigate the COVID-19 Pandemic? (Jonathan Rigby)
4. Sustaining Stewardship: An Ethnography of the Virtues of Imagination, Affection, and Fidelity (Brooks Lamb)
Session: Air Quality, Pollution and Environmental Exposures
1. The Effect of Foreign Investment on Asian Coal Power Plants (Qinrui Xiahou)
2. Air pollution and COVID-19 mortality in New York City (Honghyok Kim)
3. Air Pollution and Migration: Evidence from Micro-level Panel Data (Jieyi Lu)
4. Up in the Air: New Indicators to Track Global Progress in Air Quality (Martin Wolf)
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