Past Events: Conference
Registration is Free, but spaces are limited. First priority to Tribes within and near Sonoma, Lake and Mendocino counties. Lunch is included.
What is it?
An interactive, hands on workshop series bringing together Tribal leaders and staff to discuss regional climate change considerations and develop collaborative planning strategies.
What will I get out of it?
The theme of the 14th ICRSS symposium is Remote Sensing applications for addressing emerging research questions and management needs in polar regions. This symposium is unique in that it deals specifically with remote sensing applications in Arctic and Antarctic environments and how the broad suite of remotely sensed information and remote sensing techniques can provide much needed information for rapidly changing polar regions.
Join us in the Fall of 2016 for the 2nd California Adaptation Forum, bringing together a diverse audience of local, regional, and state leaders committed to addressing California's adaptation needs.
The 2016 California Adaptation Forum will feature:
Major fisheries and aquatic habitat restoration efforts are stymied in coastal waters, such as the Long Island Sound, the Potomac and the Gulf of Mexico, due to upstream land use impacts causing nutrient amplification, algal blooms and depleted oxygen in both local waters and many miles downstream. Hypoxia can exacerbate stress on commercial species, degrade habitat, shift ecological communities and destroy fisheries-dependent cultures and economies.
Major fisheries and aquatic habitat restoration efforts are stymied in coastal waters, such as the Long Island Sound, the Potomac and Gulf of Mexico, due to upstream land use impacts causing nutrient amplification, algal blooms and depleted oxygen in both local waters and many miles downstream.
Topic: Glacial Ridge National Wildlife Refuge, Mentor, MN - Assessing past reconstructions to improve future efforts (the Retrospective study with Diane Larson, USGS)
RSVP to Ben Walker by August 1 - 218-687-2229 x12, email@example.com
The Southwest Region of the Native American Fish and Wildlife Society will be holding its 30th Annual Southwest Regional Conference at the Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort, Flagstaff, Arizona.
NOAA’s Climate Stewards Education Project (CSEP) is collaborating with Federal, State and NGO partners to convene four climate-science workshops for formal and informal educators. Participants will hear from and interact with climate science, education and communication experts, and visit research facilities to explore foundational technologies and innovations in Earth-system research.
From the Mississippi, Tennessee, Cumberland and Ohio rivers of Kentucky to the other great rivers of the world, human values and uses of these rivers and their landscapes impact the soil and water resources upon which civilization and natural environments depend. These rivers tell the story of agriculture, human civilization, and the complexity of natural-human systems.