A Sage-Steppe Tools Workshop will be held immediately following the Northwest Basin & Range Ecosystem Symposium. The workshop is hosted by the Conservation Biology Institute and the Bureau of Land Management.
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The Appalachian LCC, in partnership with the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA), will be providing a science delivery workshop to update Tennessee partners on the LCC and their recently developed decision-support products. The event will be held at the TWRA Region 3 Office in Crossville, TN
The Council on Environmental Quality, in collaboration with the Hawaii and Alaska Sea Grant College Programs, and the William S. Richardson School of Law at the University of Hawai‘i Manoa, will host a Symposium on Climate Displacement, Migration, and Relocation.
The North Pacific Landscape Conservation Cooperative, in support of their Pacific NW Coast Landscape Conservation Design project, will convene a one-day workshop on habitat connectivity mapping within the project's focus area. This workshop has been identified as one of the priority tasks in the project work plan. Portions of the workshop may be open to a webinar format.
The primary goals of the work shop are:
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NCER is an interdisciplinary conference on large-scale ecosystem restoration presenting state-of-the art science and engineering, planning and policy in a partnership environment. The first NCER, held in Orlando, FL (2004), lead to successful conferences in Kansas City, MO (2007), Los Angeles, CA (2009), Baltimore, MD (2011), and Chicago (2013).
This course will be taught by the National Conservation Training Center and is designed to guide conservation and resource management practitioners in two essential elements in the design of climate adaptation plans: (1) identifying which species or habitats are likely to be most strongly affected by projected changes; and (2) understanding why these resources are likely to be vulnerable.