Erik Martin

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Erik is a Spatial Ecologist with the Eastern Division of The Nature Conservancy.

Great video on aquatic connectivity for use with the public

This video on aquatic connectivity put together by Freshwaters Illustrated is the final piece of the Southeast Connectivity Assessment Project, or SEACAP. It serves as a great mechanism to increase awareness about aquatic connectivity issues in the Southeast! SEACAP is a partnership between The Nature Conservancy, the Southeast Aquatic Resources Partnership, and the South Atlantic LCC focused [...]

By |July 26th, 2016|Member Blog|Comments Off on Great video on aquatic connectivity for use with the public

SEACAP results complete!

As the champagne corks popped to welcome in 2015, the SEACAP team had other reason to celebrate, as well: the completion of the Southeast Aquatic Connectivity Assessment Project.  Following a two year effort involving staff from The Nature Conservancy and SARP and an advisory workgroup of over 50 people, these products are now available online [...]

By |February 18th, 2015|Member Blog|Comments Off on SEACAP results complete!

SECAP 1-yr mark

The Southeast Aquatic Connectivity Assessment Project (SEACAP) is now just over half way through its two year term and it’s been a busy first year!  We’ve gone from ideas and plans all the way through to a first set of draft results.  Over the last year, the TNC-SARP team has put a lot of effort [...]

By |February 28th, 2014|Member Blog|Comments Off on SECAP 1-yr mark

Aquatic Connectivity project kicks off

The South Atlantic Aquatic Connectivity Assessment project kicked off with a team meeting in Atlanta in January.  This project aims to evaluate aquatic connectivity in the SALCC region by assessing barriers, primarily dams, for the potential ecological benefit that would be had by mitigating them through removal or other passage project.  The kickoff meeting provided [...]

By |February 14th, 2013|Member Blog|Comments Off on Aquatic Connectivity project kicks off