The State Climate Office of North Carolina has released its April Newsletter. You can read it and previous newsletters, as well as subscribe to receive newsletters in your inbox, by clicking here.
Have you ever thought to yourself, “I wonder what the South Atlantic Landscape Conservation Cooperative has been up to lately?” or had someone ask you, “What is the SALCC and what are they doing?” Have no fear! The South Atlantic LCC is excited to announce that this month we will have our first installment of [...]
The South Atlantic Landscape Conservation Cooperative's Annual Report for 2011 is now available! You can view it by clicking here: SALCC_Annual_Report_2011.pdf As always, please let me know if you have any questions. Enjoy!
The State Climate Office of NC recently released their monthly newsletter. North Carolina Climate covers a brief overview of recent changes to the State Climate Office home page and website, information on the CoCoRaHS Network, a monthly climate summary for February and seasonal climate summary for the winter with impacts across the state, and a climate [...]
The Department of Interior Southeast Climate Science Center (SECSC) has announced a FY12 Request for Proposals (RFP) to address five priority science needs identified by Landscape Conservation Cooperatives: (1) Synthesis of the state of the science regarding six topics important to the LCC efforts to manage sustainable landscapes: regional downscaling of global climate models; ecohydrology; [...]
The Eastern Forest Environmental Threat Assessment Center of the US Forest Service and the South Atlantic LCC have initiated a monthly brown bag lunch for climate and landscape researchers in the Triangle area. Each month researchers gather face-to-face in an informal setting to share news, events and external opportunities. One feature is a monthly presentation [...]
We recently received the project overview video of one of our newest projects - Identifying and Prioritizing Key Habitat Connectivity Areas for the South Atlantic, from the Wildlands Network and Clemson University. I posted it on the web yesterday and you can see it by clicking here.
The Chancellor's Faculty of Excellence Program at North Carolina State University has recently funded “cluster hires” in various departments. The Cluster Hire in Global Environmental Change and Human Well-Being will provide funding for two new faculty members in the Department of Biology and one in the Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources. These positions will work [...]