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  • Cooperation and conflict resolution in groundwater and aquifer management
    Conflicts over water depend on the characteristics of the resource. Conflicts over groundwater and aquifers are very different from those posed by surface water resources. Surface water negotiations typically focus on allocations and flows; negotiations over groundwater typically focus on storage and water quality. Whereas surface watersheds, the common boundary ...
  • Climate-smart Seedlot Selection Tool: Seed Sources for Reforestation and Restoration in the 21st C
    CBI staff Nikolas Stevenson-Molnar (tool developer), Brendan Ward (project manager), and Dominique Bachelet (project PI), have been collaborating with forest geneticists from the US Forest Service (Brad StClair) and Oregon State University (Glenn Howe) to develop a climate-smart seedlot selection tool (SST). The project’s main objective is to produce an ...
  • Navigating the Data Basin Platform: A Guided Tour
    Katie O'Connor, Project Manager at Conservation Biology Institute, will gives introductory tour to demonstrate multiple ways to explore and create content in Data Basin. Data Basin is an online mapping and analysis platform that supports learning, research, and sustainable environmental stewardship. The tour will include examples of keyword & ...
  • Exploring Protected Areas in California: PAD-US (CBI Edition) Version 2.1a
    Kai Foster, CBI's Project Manager for the Protected Areas Database of the US (PAD-US CBI Edition), presents the recently updated data layer for California.  During this webinar she will describe the updates made to PAD-US (CBI Edition) Version 2.1a, what data sources were used and how you ...
  • Exploring the New Landscape Climate Dashboard
    Kai Foster, CBI Project Manager, gives an introductory tour of the Landscape Climate Dashboard (URL), a visualization tool developed to explore projected climate futures and soil sensitivity for federally and tribally protected lands in the Western US. The geographies featured in this tool covered four contiguous Landscape Conservation Cooperatives (including ...
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