The Prioritize, Target, and Measure Application (PTMApp) can be used by Soil and Water Conservation Districts (SWCD), Watershed Districts, county water planning departments, agency staff, and decision-makers to prioritize subwatersheds for implementation, target specific fields to deploy CPs and BMPs, and measure water quality improvement by tracking expected nutrient and sediment load reductions to selected locations within the watershed.
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This Peninsular Florida LCC-hosted webinar will present a new report that focuses on recovery actions for species listed as Endangered or Threatened under the Endangered Species Act.
Scientist with the South Central Climate Science Center will present their work in the Rio Grande in a webinar series through the Fall of 2017.
As the predicted impacts of climate change are becoming more apparent, natural resource managers are faced with the task of developing climate adaptation plans. These managers need state-of-the-art, scientifically based information upon which to base these management plans and decisions consistently across California and the Great Basin.
The South Atlantic LCC welcomes Rickie White from NatureServe as its speaker for the October "Third Thursday Web Forum."
This webinar will provide an update on a South Atlantic LCC-funded project addressing the need to coordinate monitoring of fire impacts and improve tracking of the spatial extent of prescribed fire across the South Atlantic region.
As the distribution and abundance of non-native cheatgrass (Bromus tectorum) in the Great Basin has increased, the extent and frequency of fire in the region has increased by as much as 200%. These changes in fire regimes are associated with loss of the sagebrush (Artemisia tridentata) and native grasses and forbs in which many native animals, including Greater Sage-Grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus; henceforth, sage grouse), breed and feed.
Adventure Scientists works with partners to create a world in which access to data will no longer limit the ability to address the world’s challenges. Since 2011, Adventure Scientists has taken on select projects around the world, tackling environmental issues in which access to physical data prevents their resolution.