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About Lori Barrow

Lori served as an Information Transfer Specialist for the South Atlantic LCC, co-funded by the Southern Research Station of the U.S. Forest Service and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

New Southeast Global Change Monitoring Portal available

Back in June, the Southeast Climate Science Center (SE CSC) launched a new database and web interface that allows the search and display of information about ecosystem observational networks and monitoring sites in the Southeast. The Southeast Global Change Monitoring Portal (GCMP) is a project of the DOI Southeast Climate Science Center and aims to [...]

By |July 16th, 2014|Member Blog|Comments Off on New Southeast Global Change Monitoring Portal available

South Atlantic 2013-2014 Report Card

Hi everyone! Earlier this year we asked you to participate in a survey for our second annual report card on how we’re meeting our goals and adhering to our principles. While only 43 folks participated out of our total 730 plus web community – we wanted to be sure to report back and let folks [...]

By |June 6th, 2014|Member Blog|Comments Off on South Atlantic 2013-2014 Report Card

3rd National Climate Assessment now available

Scientific assessments are essential tools for linking science and decision making. They survey and synthesize science, within and between disciplines and across sectors and regions. They highlight key knowledge that can improve policy choices and identify significant gaps that can limit effective decision making. Assessments also track progress by identifying changes in the condition of the [...]

By |May 6th, 2014|Member Blog|Comments Off on 3rd National Climate Assessment now available

USDA Regional Climate Hubs 101

Hubs...hubs...hubs. All the hubbub about USDA regional hubs. You may have heard about the launch of the regional climate change hubs across the country, but may not know about it’s goals, activities, and how it fits in with other regional networks. Fear not as Randy Johnson, National Leader USDA Climate Change Hubs, just released a [...]

By |April 30th, 2014|Member Blog|Comments Off on USDA Regional Climate Hubs 101

Apps for ocean management and conservation

This article was developed by the EBM Tools Network (www.ebmtools.org) and published on OpenChannels.org. The EBM Tools Network, coordinated by NatureServe, is one of the premier sources of information about coastal and marine planning and management tools in the United States and internationally. OpenChannels fosters a vibrant online community of ocean planners and managers sharing experience, knowledge, and [...]

By |April 7th, 2014|Member Blog|Comments Off on Apps for ocean management and conservation

Interactive climate change resources from the Forest Service

Clear, engaging, and scientifically accurate climate education is the first step to incorporating climate change into natural resource management. In order to help bridge that gap, the USDA Forest Service Climate Change Resource Center has released a new interactive online education module on basic climate change science and climate modeling. The module, “Climate Change Science and [...]

By |April 1st, 2014|Member Blog|Comments Off on Interactive climate change resources from the Forest Service

Help evaluate your South Atlantic LCC

Hello South Atlantic LCC community! It’s hard to believe that just over a year ago your South Atlantic LCC requested feedback from you on how your Cooperative was meeting our goals and adhering to our guiding principles. In support of our collective commitment to regularly evaluate the progress of the Cooperative, it’s time once again [...]

By |March 7th, 2014|Staff Blog|Comments Off on Help evaluate your South Atlantic LCC

How the Francis Marion National Forest is taking a landscape approach to resource management

As the lead federal agency in natural resource conservation, the USDA Forest Service (USFS) has been a frontrunner in understanding, researching, and developing forward thinking policy directives to respond to the impacts of future change. This legacy continues in the recently enacted National Forest System 2012 Planning Rule that, for the first time in federal [...]

By |March 6th, 2014|Staff Blog|Comments Off on How the Francis Marion National Forest is taking a landscape approach to resource management

LCC Network Launches News Around the Network

The LCC Network has a brand new newsletter, Network News. The newsletter, which will be sent out on a bimonthly basis, will share highlights from the 22 LCCs throughout North America, the Caribbean, and Pacific Islands. As each LCC continues to develop their own websites and outreach materials, this Network-wide newsletter will synthesize the collective [...]

By |February 26th, 2014|Member Blog|Comments Off on LCC Network Launches News Around the Network

Advancing Climate Change Environmental Education

Climate science is challenging, both for educators to teach and for students to learn. Not only may students have misconceptions about the climate system in general, they may also be influences by doubt or disheartened by the complexity of climate change. In order to teach climate science and climate change effectively, it is necessary for [...]

By |February 12th, 2014|Member Blog|Comments Off on Advancing Climate Change Environmental Education