A common need identified by conservation partners is a forum for sharing lessons learned from on-the-ground resource management. It is also critical to communicate “actionable science” in a way that allows resource managers to use this growing knowledge base.
Past Events: Webinar
Presenters: Julia Leone, University of Minnesota, Conservation Biology Graduate Program; Patrick Pennarola, University of Minnesota, Department of Entomology; Diane Larson, U.S. Gelogical Survey, Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center
Presenter: Brian Tangen, USGS
Presenter: Dr. Jon Beckmann, Science Director, Rocky Mountain West Program, Wildlife Conservation Society
Presenters: Ben Walker & Pauline Drobney, USFWS, Prairie Reconstruction Initiative
Presented by: David Hennessy of Michigan State University and Tong Wang of South Dakota State University
Speaker: James Van Lanen, Alaska Dept. of Fish & Game
Presenters: Dave Theobald, Conservation Science Partners and Sasha Stortz, Northern Arizona University
Please join us for a webinar presenting final vulnerability assessments for species and ecosystems in the Four Corners Region and Upper Rio Grande watershed. These assessments address Native Fish and Riparian Resources, Mule Deer and Elk, Sagebrush Ecosystems, and Pinyon-Juniper Ecosystems. The final assessments were developed by a team of landscape analysts led by Megan Friggens, USFS Rocky Mountain Research Station.
This OneNOAA Science webinar will feature two presentations by Isaiah Thalmayer and Thomas Gardali: Isaiah will discuss a web-based decision support tool designed to help select plants for restoration projects and Thomas will present a framework designed to guide incorporation of the impacts of climate change in restoration plans.