“Preview of recent trends in Southeastern ecosystems and the next version of the Southeast Blueprint” with Rua Mordecai, Coordinator, Southeast and South Atlantic Conservation Blueprints
Tune in to hear a preview of what to expect from the Southeast Conservation Adaptation Strategy (SECAS) this fall. Rua will report out on progress toward achieving the SECAS 10% goal: a 10% increase in the health, function, and connectivity of Southeastern ecosystems by 2060. This will be a sneak peek of what to expect at the special symposium at the SEAFWA annual meeting in October.
You’ll also get a detailed look at the improvements being made in Southeast Blueprint Version 4.0, which will be released in draft form at SEAFWA this fall. These include improved approaches in areas with overlapping inputs to reduce issues with both overprioritization and underprioritization. Blueprint 4.0 will incorporate updated inputs from Florida and the Gulf Coastal Plains and Ozarks subregions. The Florida update will include marine priorities around the full Gulf and Atlantic waters around the state of Florida. This version of the Blueprint will also include an expanded hubs and corridors layer, bringing in hubs and corridors for the Gulf Coastal Plains and Ozarks subregion and the rest of Florida.
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