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  • 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 ...
  • An Introduction to the AdaptWest Database for Climate Adaptation Conservation Planning
    Presentation May 28, 2015 by Dr. Carlos Carroll (Klamath Center for Conservation Research) Climate-driven shifts in species and ecosystems are complicating efforts to conserve biodiversity at the landscape scale. Recognizing this challenge, agencies and non-governmental organizations are increasingly searching for tools and information that allow identification of areas that are ...
  • How to Use the National Conservation Easement Database
    Jes Skillman, the National Conservation Easement Database (NCED) Data Coordinator, will present how to search the national database for summary information about conservation easements. She will also discuss how the NCED database can be used as both a research and conservation tool in conjunction with protected areas databases, and provide ...
  • Coastal Resilience Web-based Mapping Portal
    Laura Flessner provides a demonstration of The Nature Conservancy’s Coastal Resilience approach and web-based mapping portal. Coastal Resilience helps communities evaluate the ecological and socio-economic risks associated with climate change and identify nature-based adaptation solutions. The decision support tool contains a suite of interactive applications (apps) that are developed in ...
  • Conserving wildlife and wild places in Canada at two ends of the human footprint
    Conserving wildlife and wild places in Canada at two ends of the human footprint: intact versus developed landscapes Gillian Woolmer (Assistant Director) and Meg Southee (GIS Analyst and Database Manager) from the Wildlife Conservation Society will share conservation planning approaches and spatial analysis tools being applied to an intact landscape ...
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