Catherine T. Phillips

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About Catherine T. Phillips

Catherine served as the liaison between the South Atlantic LCC and the Southeast Aquatic Resources Partnership.

SARP Science and Data Committee meeting update

On February 19 and 20, the SARP Science and Data Committee (SDC) met in Birmingham, Alabama.  Many topics were discussed including determining aquatic data gaps, providing products that are applicable to the states and the best way to engage the states, and how to function better as the SDC (roles and responsibilities). With the standing [...]

By |April 4th, 2014|Member Blog|Comments Off on SARP Science and Data Committee meeting update

Ways to Engage in the SALCC

Between selection of landscape level indicators and development of predictive models that can assist biologists and natural resource managers with the prioritization of conservation, there is a lot of cutting edge, unprecedented work going on in the SALCC.  Did you know there are at least five ways you can have your voice heard inside the [...]

By |March 29th, 2013|Staff Blog|Comments Off on Ways to Engage in the SALCC

Aquatic Liaisons Becoming Active in Five Surrounding LCCs

I just wanted to provide an update on the establishment of aquatic liaisons for each of the surrounding LCCs.  Aquatic liaisons are performing collateral duty as investment staff, serving the cooperative, providing aquatic expertise and also linking the cooperative directly to the Southeastern Aquatic Resources Partnership (SARP) and working to provide connectivity across the aquatic [...]

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SARP Science and Data Committee Discuss New Role

Last week the Southeast Aquatic Resources Partnership Science and Data Committee (SARP SDC) met in Atlanta to discuss potential changes to the structure and function of the Science and Data Committee. Following development of the five southeastern Landscape Conservation Cooperatives (LCCs), the role of SARP is changing in the biological planning arena. In the past, [...]

By |January 15th, 2013|Member Blog|Comments Off on SARP Science and Data Committee Discuss New Role

Aquatic liaisons are new addition to your SALCC staff

Now that the year is winding down, and the rush of the conservation objective workshops is over, I would like to take a moment to introduce myself and explain my role in the SALCC. While the majority of my day job is as the Deputy Project Leader at the Panama City Field Office for USFWS, [...]

By |November 30th, 2012|Member Blog|Comments Off on Aquatic liaisons are new addition to your SALCC staff