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  • Exploring the Land-Water Intersection in the San Joaquin Valley
    Land and water resources are both critical to agriculture in the San Joaquin Valley and other Mediterranean climates in California. These resources are under pressure from a variety of factors that have the potential to significantly affect the food production capacity of a region essential to the food security of ...
  • Evaluating Decision Support - Communication Effectiveness for Tools and Resources
    This webinar is the first in a three part webinar series: Evaluating Decision Support: Tools, Resources, and More  In this ongoing webinar series, Holly Hartmann discusses best practices for climate change decision-support evaluation. Climate change decision-support is defined by the National Research Council report (2009), Informing Decisions in a Changing ...
  • Navigating the Data Basin Platform A Guided Tour
    Kai Foster, Project Manager at Conservation Biology Institute, gives an 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 & geographic ...
  • SCGIS Webinar: The U.S. Climate Resilience Toolkit
    Presenter:  Edward (Ned) Gardiner February 10, 2017 In 2014, NOAA launched an inter-agency website,, 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 ...
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