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  • Academic Research Perspective I—Challenges Leading to Proposed CIRC
    This is webinar seven of the CIRC’s ongoing webinar series Evaluating Decision Support Tools. In this series, CIRC team member Holly Hartmann has been discussing best practices for climate change decision support evaluation.  Climate change decision support is defined by the National Research Council’s 2009 report Informing Decisions in ...
  • When seasons change: Building climate connectivity for topographically diverse regions
    Morgan Gray is a quantitative ecologist whose research focus is global change biology, with an emphasis on forecasting the impacts of land use and climate change on species and ecosystems for natural resource management and conservation. She has a PhD from UC Berkeley, where her dissertation research was on landscape-scale ...
  • CIRC’s Webinar Series - User Interface Testing
    This is webinar six of the CIRC’s ongoing webinar series Evaluating Decision Support Tools. In this series, CIRC team member Holly Hartmann has been discussing best practices for climate change decision support evaluation.  Climate change decision support is defined by the National Research Council’s 2009 report Informing Decisions in ...
  • An Introduction to the AdaptWest Database for Climate Adaptation Conservation Planning
    Carlos Carroll, Director of Klamath Center for Conservation Research, presents on the AdaptWest Database. 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 ...
  • It Takes a Village: Augmenting Quino Checkerspot Butterfly in the San Diego National Wildlife Refuge
    Spring Strahm, Conservation Ecologist and Data Analyst, from Conservation Biology Institute presents on the re-population of Quino Checker Spot Butterfly in San Diego National Wildlife Refuge. In the 1970s, the Quino checkerspot butterfly (Euphydryas editha quino) was one of the most abundant butterfly species in southern California.  Two decades ...
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