Seventh Annual Energy & Resources Conference
Thursday, May 30th - Con Edison Building, NYC


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Challenges and Opportunities in
Climate Change

Bio: Sarah Deonarine, New York Coordinator of the Long Island Sound Study.

Session 2 - Monitoring Climate Change on Long Island Sound - The development and implementation of a climate change monitoring program for an urban estuary and its ecosystems Abstract

Sarah Deonarine holds a B.S. in Marine Science Biology from Long Island University and an M.S. in Marine and Atmospheric Sciences from Stony Brook University. Her early research focused on harmful algal blooms in coastal systems and potential algal bloom controls within microbial food webs.

Ms. Deonarine has served for the last five years as the New York Coordinator of the Long Island Sound Study (LISS). In this position, she has been in a leadership role throughout the development of the sentinel monitoring for climate change program. Deonarine also leads the Non-point Source Pollution and Watersheds work group for LISS and is an active member of the LISS Habitat Restoration, Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan Revision, and Environmental Indicators work groups.

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