Remotely sensed data are valuable for monitoring, assessing, and managing impacts on arid and semi-arid lands caused by drought or other changes in the natural environment.
Past Events: Webinar
Learn about a new set of decision-support tools developed by partners in 13 states to complement the work of different agencies and organization involved in conservation across the Northeast region.Tune into a one-hour webinar introduction to Nature's Network, a conservation design for the Northeast region, to learn about the collaborative process behind the project, and the potential applications for the resulting datasets and decision-support tools.
At this web forum, South Atlantic LCC Science Coordinator, Rua Mordecai, will summarize the feedback received at the 2017 Blueprint workshops and the tweaks planned so far to Draft Blueprint 2.2 in response to input from the broader cooperative. Maybe you attended an in-person workshop and want to see what input was shared at the other five days. Or, maybe you couldn’t make it to a workshop and want to catch up on the results.
Cynthia Kallio Edwards, Coordinator of the Southeast Conservation Adaptation Strategy (SECAS)
Presenter: Rebecca Hale, Idaho State University
Please register for A Survey of Landowner Attitudes and Conservation Practitioner Networks about Ecosystems Services in the GCPO on May 4, 2017 1:00 PM CDT at:
Presenter: Pete Bauman, Range Field Specialist, South Dakota State University Extension
Although LANDFIRE is a well-known, national data creation program in wide application across the U.S., many current and potential users do not fully understand what the aims, design criteria, status and plans of the program are. In this webinar, LANDFIRE Project Lead Jim Smith offers information and insights regarding product characteristics, applications and plans as they may apply to the California LCC.
If you manage or plan for the conservation of oyster reefs, intertidal or coastal marine habitats, or if you are involved in commercial oyster harvesting, then you will want to attend this webinar highlighting innovative use of technology to map shallow oyster reefs. You will learn how shallow and intertidal oyster reefs and shell bottom at selected sites along the Texas coastal zone were mapped using sidescan sonar combined with high resolution drone photography.
The Central Valley Landscape Conservation Project (CVLCP) aims to identify strategic climate-smart conservation actions in partnership with scientists and natural resource managers that will maximize the adaptive capacity of priority species, habitats, and ecosystems to support an ecologically connected Central Valley landscape.