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  • Conservation Oriented Planning of Shale Gas Surface
    Austin Milt a PhD candidate in the Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Department at the University of Tennesse, Knoxville presents his reserach on shale-gas development and conservation-planning. Description: Shale gas development in Central Appalachia (USA) has skyrocketed since 2007 due to rising natural gas prices, advances in extraction technology. Shale gas ...
  • Management and Acquisition Costs of Terrestrial Protected Areas
    Guest Webinar presented by Dr. Paul R. Armsworth, Associate Professor in the Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Description: Many conservation organizations use spatial prioritization to help identify locations in which to work. Increasingly, prioritizations seek to account for spatial heterogeneity in the costs of conservation ...
  • North Pacific Landscape Conservation Cooperative Planning Atlas
    Tom Miewald, GIS/Data Manager, gives a tour of the recently launched North Pacific Landscape Conservation Cooperative's (NPLCC) Conservation Planning Atlas (CPA).  The NPLCC CPA (nplcc.databasin.org is a resource for multiple agencies and organizations engaging in landscape scale conservation within the North Pacific region.  The ...
  • Data Basin for Enhanced Watershed Management: Data Visualization and Stakeholder Engagement
    Katie O'Connor, Freshwater Specialist and GIS Analyst, presents a webinar focused on the utility of CBI's online data visualization and analysis tool called Data Basin for watershed management activities.  This webinar covers common uses and associated workflows, such as uploading and sharing data with multiple stakeholders, creating ...
  • Will my forest look good in those genes?
    Dr. Sally Aitken from the University of British Columbia, Forest and Conservation Science Dept presents: "Will my forest look good in those genes?  The AdapTree project is a large-scale Canadian effort to apply state-of-the art genomics and climate-mapping technologies to the problem of mismatch as a rapidly changing climate ...
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