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Improved conservation outcomes through distribution modeling of threatened

Presenter: Healy Hamilton, NatureServe The geographic distribution of threatened and endangered (T&E) species is fundamental to a wide range of conservation and resource management actions. Differing approaches to determining a threatened species distribution range from using point locality observations to broad range maps to county-based records. Each of these approaches has drawbacks. When only observations are used, the accuracy depends on intensity and distribution of sampling effort, and the occupied ...

California’s Renewable Energy Landscapes

The Nature Conservancy’s gallery, “California’s Renewable Energy Landscapes” is a geospatial data portal that allows users to access the science, assessments, and data that The Nature Conservancy’s California Chapter has generated to support a vision for California’s transition to clean energy that does not needlessly sacrifice on-the-ground conservation values. Background: California, the sixth largest economy in the world, is a global leader in transitioning to a low carbon economy and clean ...

Academic Research Perspective II - Practical Application for CIRC Framework

This is webinar eight of the CIRC’s ongoing webinar series Evaluating Decision Support Tools. In this series, CIRC team member Holly Hartmann has been discussing best practices for climate change decision support evaluation.  Climate change decision support is defined by the National Research Council’s 2009 report Informing Decisions in a Changing Climate as “organized efforts to produce, disseminate, and facilitate the use of data and information in order to ...

 
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