John Devney will present a program (Working Wetlands) that Delta Waterfowl has been working on for the past few years which has been guided significantly by input from North Dakota waterfowl and wetland experts as well as North Dakota agricultural group leadership. The tool is an effort to create a new voluntary, incentive based working lands tool to conserve small shallow wetlands in the Prairie Pothole Region because of their incredible importance to breeding ducks.
A multi-year collaborative partnership is underway among the U.S. Geological Survey, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National Park Service, Landscape Conservation Cooperatives, and state and NGO partners, with the goal of assessing species' adaptive capacity to climate change.
The Conservation Efforts Database version 2.0 (CED) is a spatially-explicit database and conservation planning tool that is designed to quantify the benefit of, and illustrate the unprecedented investments in sagebrush conservation.
If you work with coastal communities on issues related to wetlands, land protection, flooding or sea level rise, then you will want to see the results from two interrelated coastal resilience projects that held joint workshops in four coastal communities during the summer of 2017.
This webinar is part of the Great Basin LCC webinar series...
Speaker: Bruce Roundy, Brigham Young University
Join us for a presentation on the indicators of resilience and resistance of sagebrush steppe communities associated with soil temperature and water availability.
Check back soon for a detailed description of the presentation.
Please join partners from the Northwest Boreal LCC and BEACONs project to learn about a new approach for proactive planning and adaptive management in the context of uncertainty and change across Alaska and Northwest Canada.
Presenters: Fiona Schmiegelow and Kim Lisgo, BEACONs Project, University of Alberta and Yukon College
Water temperature, a key driver of ecological processes in aquatic environments, is expected to warm as a result of climate change, stressing stream biota. Successful climate adaptation strategies will consider changes to spatial patterns in water temperature.
Simeon Yurek, U.S. Geological Survey/South Atlantic LCC, is the featured speaker for the South Atlantic LCC's November "Third Thursday Web Forum."
The Southern Rockies and Great Northern Landscape Conservation Cooperatives, Conservation Science Partners, and the Northern Arizona University Landscape Conservation Initiative are pleased to announce a second workshop as part of the Green River Basin Landscape Conservation Design (GRB LCD), an effort to support coordination and actions across boundaries and jurisdictions to meet mutual goals for conservation targets in the sage-steppe and aquatic-riparian ecosystems of the Green River Basin
A Northern Latitudes LCCs Webinar...
Presenter: Meredith Pochardt, Takshanuk Watershed Council