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  • Mapping aquatic condition to facilitate informed management decisions
    Rebecca Degagne, GIS Analyst, and Katie O’Connor, Freshwater Specialist, share the process and products of a recent aquatic intactness analysis for the Utah Bureau of Land Management and the Department of Wildlife Resources. Aquatic intactness (i.e. condition) is based on the extent to which human impacts have disrupted the ...
  • Bioenergy Threatens Wetland Forests of the US Southeast
    Presentors: Debbie Hammel (Director of the Land Markets Initiative, Natural Resources Defense Council) and James R. Strittholt, Ph.D.(Executive Director, Conservation Biology Institute) As the Climate Summit begins in Paris this week, energy alternatives will undoubtedly be one of the topics of discussion. In response to the threat from climate ...
  • How Temperature and Precipitation Trends Have Affected Mountain Hydrology and Ecology
    Guest presenter Charles H. Luce with the US Forest Service. While modeling the pathways to increased temperature are clear with respect to increased atmospheric CO2, precipitation changes are more uncertain. Nonetheless, precipitation changes can have tremendous influences on hydrologically mediated outcomes of climate change, including many ecological changes in forests ...
  • Can collaboration between climate scientists and land managers lead to more useable climate tools?
    Melanie Brown presents results from a research project entitled "Can collaboration between climate scientists and land managers lead to more useful and useable climate tools for land management?" We conducted a series of interviews during which sagebrush land managers from Oregon, Idaho and Utah were asked to identify the most ...
  • A New Global Measure of Earth's Maximum Land Surface Temperature
    David Mildrexler, a PhD candidate at Oregon State University and Wilburforce Conservation Fellow, presented the following webinar on June 12, 2015 at 10am PST: "Characterizing an Integrated Annual Global Measure of the Earth’s Maximum Land Surface Temperatures from 2003 to 2012 Reveals Strong Biogeographic Influences" This webinar was based on David's presentation ...
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