Webinar date: Nov 9, 2017
Webinar date: Nov 9, 2017
A product of the Minnesota Prairie Conservation Plan, this weekly webinar series is devoted to dessiminating scientific research and monitoring associated with prairie grasslands and wetlands in Minnesota.
The PFLCC has utilized urbanization and climate change scenarios previously developed by USFWS, USGS, and staff at MIT. These stakeholder based scenarios initially covered half of Florida and were expanded to the whole state.
Webinar Hosts: Great Norhern and Southern Rockies LCCs
Presenter: Nina Hadley, Director of Project Creation, Adventure Scientists
This presentation was delivered by Molly Cross of the Wildlife Conservation Society, to the Southern Rockies LCC Four Corners and
Presenters: Anne Carlson, The Wilderness Society, Crown Adaptation Partnership and Erin Sexton, Flathead Lake Biological Station, University of Montana, Crown Managers Partnership, Crown Adaptation Partnership
Conservation planning is riddled with uncertainties, from biophysical factors such as climate change and natural disasters to socioeconomic variables, particularly political regimes and funding cycles.
Restored and remnant riparian habitat in arid western North America can be highly vulnerable to drought and changes in agricultural water management practices; yet, environmental flow deliveries have the potential to mitigate groundwate
The Pacific Islands offer a number of contrasts with continental North America that affect the development of LCDs. The Pacific Islands Climate Change Cooperative encompasses a huge ocean area peppered with small, unique islands.
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.
Cynthia will discuss the collaborative conservation effort being undertaken through the Southeast Conservation Adaptation Strategy (SECAS).
Northern Latitudes LCCs Webinar Series: Disabled Vessel Drift in the Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands
The western Corn Belt is a regional hotspot for cropland expansion and grassland loss. To gain insights into these processes, a team from South Dakota State University collected data on farm operators and their land use decisions in eastern ND and SD through a mail survey.
This is the last of four webinars to share the results of vulnerability assessments conducted for regionally significant natural resources, some of which were identified by participants at two Adaptation Forum workshops hosted by the Southern Rockies Landscape Conservation Cooperative in 2016.
This is the third of four webinars to share the results of vulnerability assessments conducted for regionally significant natural resources, some of which were identified by participants at two Adaptation Forum workshops hosted by the Southern Rockies Landscape Conservation Cooperative in 2016.
This is the second of four webinars to share the results of vulnerability assessments conducted for regionally significant natural resources, some of which were identified by participants at two Adaptation Forum workshops hosted by the Southern Rockies Landscape Conservation Cooperative in 2016.
This is the first of four webinars to share the results of vulnerability assessments conducted for regionally significant natural resources, some of which were identified by participants at two Adaptation Forum workshops hosted by the Southern Rockies Landscape Conservation Cooperative in 2016.
Beginning in 2016, all recorded GCPO LCC webinars are now available at our YouTube Channel:
Presenters: Cami Dixon, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Kristine Askerooth, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Tewaukon National Wildlife Refuge
Presenters: William T. Flatley, Dept. of Geography, University of Central Arkansas; Frances C. O’Donnell, Dept. of Civil Engineering, Auburn University
Presenter: Pete Bauman, Range Field Specialist, South Dakota State University Extension
Landscape Conservation Design brings people together around landscape-scale data in order to co-create strategies that conserve things we care about.
Presented by Ray Wright, University of Missouri
If you want to avoid some of the pitfalls associated with landscape conservation design (LCD) this webinar is for you! Learning how not to design resilient and sustainable landscapes is as important as learning how to design them.
The UW-Madison Arboretum’s Curtis Prairie, named for renowned UW-Madison botanist John Curtis, is often regarded as the world’s oldest restored prairie.
The United States and Mexico have engaged in restoration of the Colorado River Delta under Minute 319, a binational agreement on Colorado River management.
The Eastern Mojave is one of 3 pilot areas currently developing landscape conservation designs with the Desert Landscape Conservation Cooperative. This brief 1-hour webinar will introduce participants to the Desert LCC and the landscape conservation design process, key partners already inv
Andrew Stephenson and Kristin Shaw provide an overview of the Agroecology TAG and Ecological Places in Cities (EPiC), recent activities, and how you can get involved.
This eight-part series on drainage water management was developed by Extension engineers at land-grant universities across the Midwest in collaboration with USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service in 2014.
Rua will discuss the South Atlantic Landscape Conservation Cooperative's process for selecting ecosystem indicators. These indicators measure natural and cultural resource integrity for the lands and waters of the region.
The American West is now the fastest growing region in the United States and faces serious water challenges related to climate variability and competing demands. As the largest supplier and manager of water in the 17 Western States, the Bureau of Reclamation has a responsibility to work with stak
This webinar’s goal is to improve participants’ knowledge in applying tools to improve riparian restoration to account for anticipated climate change. The presenter will overview anticipated climate change and implications to riparian restoration on California’s central coast.
Learn about ongoing Natural Capital Project assessments in Iowa and Minnesota aimed at informing the targeting of restoration and best management practices in agricultural landscapes.
Nathan Eckert discusses the complex life-cycle of native freshwater mussels and how the challenges it presents are dealt with in the hatchery setting.
Presenter: Patrick Bixler, LBJ School of Public Affairs, University of Texas
The goal of the NWBR Synthesis is to develop shared conservation priorities and implementation strategies across the region by synthesizing existing landscape planning and science. In this informational webinar we:
Is California's drought over? Find out in the most recent drought & climate outlook webinar. These webinars are designed to provide timely information on current drought status and associated regional impacts, as well as a preview of current and developing climatic events (i.e.
Bonnie Magnuson-Skeels, UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences
Wesley Walker, UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences
Presenter: Meg White, The Nature Conservancy
Responding to population pressures, fragmentation and other stressors that threaten long-term sustainability of coastal resources in the Great Lakes region, the Upper Midwest and Great Lakes Landscape Conservation Cooperative has acted to unify federal agencies, state agencies and non-governmenta
Speaker: Dr. Luke Hunt, American Rivers Director of Headwaters Conservation
Stakeholder participation is a foundation of good water governance. In the Upper Santa Cruz River basin in Arizona, USA, the University of Arizona Water Resources Research Center (WRRC) convened a project aimed at providing scientific underpinnings for groundwater planning and management.