Conservation Biology Institute
Bridging conservation science and practice
CBI Webinars

Filters

By Date
By Person
  • SCGIS Webinar: The U.S. Climate Resilience Toolkit
    Presenter:  Edward (Ned) Gardiner February 10, 2017 In 2014, NOAA launched an inter-agency website, toolkit.climate.gov, to help communities, businesses, and consultants serving distinct sectors of our economy to produce plans and targeted actions designed to improve resilience to climate-related hazards. Our target audience includes advanced data users and ...
  • SCGIS Webinar: Mapping investment opportunities for ecosystem services in Madagascar
    Presenter: Rachel Neugarten, Conservation International  Deciding where to invest scarce conservation dollars can be difficult due to competing priorities, conflicting values, and complicated social and political dynamics. In this context, decision makers need information that can quickly help determine where conservation investments will have the greatest impact. In many parts ...
  • Building a Climate Shield and Aquatic eDNAtlas to protect biodiversity in the American West
    Protecting aquatic biodiversity this century will require unprecedented levels of coordination among natural resource organizations and the public. Huge historical stream temperature datasets exist and have been contributed by >100 agencies to develop high-resolution climate scenarios for all 500,000 miles of streams and rivers in the American West through ...
  • Connectivity analyses accounting for stepping-stone patches in fragmented landscapes
    Presenter: Marie-Josée Fortin (S. Saura and A. Watts), Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Toronto, Canada Climate and land-use changes will require species to move large distances following shifts in their suitable habitats, which will frequently involve traversing intensively human-modified landscapes. Practitioners will therefore need to evaluate and ...
  • Tangible Landscape as a tool for modeling and science communication
    In this webinar, NCSU Center for Geospatial Analytics introduces Tangible Landscape, a technology that links an interactive physical model with GRASS GIS through a real-time cycle of interaction, 3D scanning, geospatial computation, and 3D rendering. Different types of interactions including molding polymeric sand, placing markers, and drawing with laser pointer allow ...
Page 1 of 15 next> last»
 
Join our mailing list
Find us on Facebook! Follow us on Twitter!

136 SW Washington Avenue, Suite 202, Corvallis, OR 97333 • ph: (541) 757-0687 • fax: (541) 752-0518 • info@consbio.org

Privacy PolicyTerms and Conditions • Powered by Django