biodiversity conservation

Diane Matar '09 (Lebanon)

FROM MESPOM TO NASA AMES RESEARCH PARK... AND THE JOURNEY CONTINUES!

Have you ever thought of “SciFi-like” solutions to ocean acidification, deforestation, or poaching? How about satellites that would bring you fast reliable data on the status of forests, or a connectivity that would allow park rangers to instantly report poaching events on a global map?

Diane Matar '09 (Lebanon)

I am a recent (2009) MESPOM graduate and I am grateful for the opportunity I was given through my thesis work to prepare the ground for getting my dream job! It all started in March 2009, when I’ve put up a project plan for my research with my advisor Dr. Brandon Anthony from CEU. My topic was about “Improving the effectiveness of protected areas management in Lebanon”, and I was already eager to come back home and apply my knowledge acquired through 2 years of intensive environmental studies in MESPOM.

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