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!

The South Atlantic LCC goes to Washington

Two weeks ago, the Department of Interior's National Climate and Energy Task Force invited the LCC Network and Climate Science Centers to provide a progress update and showcase their accomplishments at a meeting in Washington, D.C.  Both your Cooperative and the Southeast Climate Science Center sent staff—Rua, Adam Terando, and me—to make a presentation highlighting our successful [...]

By |September 30th, 2014|Blueprint Staff Blog|Comments Off on The South Atlantic LCC goes to Washington

Hot Topics – Summer 2014

Hot Topics Summer 2014 I wanted to post a note here to let you all know about a quarterly newsletter that the Southeast Regional Climate Change program has developed.  The newsletter, titled "Hot Topics", is intended to provide you with information related to climate change and its relation to management actions.  It will contain short [...]

By |July 31st, 2014|Member Blog|Comments Off on Hot Topics – Summer 2014

Third Thursday Web Forum

February 20th, 2014:  "Synthesis of climate model downscaling products for the southeastern United States"with Adrienne Wooten, Graduate Research Assistant & Environmental Meteorologist, State Climate Office of North Carolina Downscaled climate model products have become an important aspect of conservation decision making and ecological modeling with regards to the impacts of climate change. However, the large variety of downscaling techniques has [...]

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Third Thursday Web Forum

October 18th, 2012: "Vegetation dynamics projections to inform conservation in the Southeast" with Jen Costanza, Biodiversity and Spatial Information Center (NCSU) The last in a three-part series on spatial data products. Instructions for Instant Net Conference (visual): 1. Click here to join the meeting (please join about 5 minutes before start time). 2. Enter the required fields. Meeting [...]

By |October 18th, 2012|0 Comments