Cultural burning means burning with the intent to improve cultural resources. That, however, is a very ambiguous statement.
Presenter: Rua Mordecai, Science Coordinator, South Atlantic Landscape Conservation Cooperative
If you are an aquatic biologist, fisheries manager, floodplain manager, hydrologist, water manager, or conservation planner, then you will want to learn about this project focused on the interaction of flow and Alligator Gar. Why? This research uses an innovative Inundation Frequency dataset to identify potential Alligator Gar spawning areas in floodplain reaches of the lower Trinity, then models associated gar recruitment.
Speaker: Tom Gardali, Director of the Pacific Coast Central Valley Group Point Blue Conservation Science
The Appalachian LCC, in partnership with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service of Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge, will be providing an opportunity to introduce Alabama partners to the LCC and their recently developed decision-support products.
The Floodplain Science Network is a group of scientists, researchers, managers, policy experts, and conservation practitioners that have a common interest in learning from one another in regards to floodplain science, policy, restoration and conservation approaches. This presentation will provide an overview of how the Floodplain Science Network was formed, our accomplishments thus far, and our path forward.
The Eastern Mojave is one of 3 pilot areas currently developing landscape conservation designs with the Desert Landscape Conservation Cooperative This brief 1-hour webinar will introduce participants to the Desert LCC and the landscape conservation design process, key partners already involved in the Eastern Mojave, preliminary feedback on how to make this effort successful, and how to get involved.
Andrew Stephenson & Kristin Shaw
Presenters: Cynthia Edwards (Southeast Conservation Adaptation Strategy Coordinator) and Rua Mordecai (South Atlantic LCC Science Coordinator)