South Atlantic LCC

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September 2012 Blog Posts (9)

Climate Change Discussion using TACCIMO and other tools at Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve

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   If you haven’t had a chance to check out TACCIMO yet, it’s definitely worth a look.  I used it this week to prepare a presentation to NPS staff at Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve (a unit in the National Park Service).  In no time at all I went to the web page and prepared a quick report that told me about temperature and precipitation projections for three different input emission scenarios (low, medium, and high) and three different climate models.  It also…

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Added by Janet Cakir on September 28, 2012 at 2:37pm — 1 Comment

Comment on draft SALCC indicator process (due Oct 18)

For those of you who can't make it to the workshops in Raleigh and Savannah, there's another way you can help shape the process your cooperative will use to identify indicators…

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Added by Rua Mordecai on September 28, 2012 at 9:49am — No Comments

New habitat connectivity web group has just formed

There's lots going on related to habitat connectivity in the South Atlantic LCC recently. Things are going well on the SALCC habitat connectivity project (see Ron's update on the project) and Ron and others are helping with a…

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Added by Rua Mordecai on September 28, 2012 at 9:00am — No Comments

Goals and Priorities in the Gulf of Mexico Region

Are you interested in seeing how the LCC, Climate Science Centers, Coastal Zone Management Programs, and Gulf of Mexico Alliance goals and activities align? Check out this matrix: LCC, CSC, CZM, GOMA Matrix. This matrix was provided to the Gulf of Mexico Alliance during their annual meeting in June 2012. The…

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Added by Laurie Rounds on September 24, 2012 at 10:30am — No Comments

National Adaptation Forum - Open Invitation

Hi Everyone,

   I was asked to distribute the following broadly...

 

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Added by Janet Cakir on September 21, 2012 at 12:02pm — No Comments

Update on SALCC Connectivity Modeling Project

This has been a busy year for Wildlands Network and our collaborators at Clemson University (Rob Baldwin and his student Paul Leonard) as we have gotten the South Atlantic LCC Connectivity Analysis off to a strong start! We began the project by working to identify an initial set of target species to focus the connectivity research on for the SALCC region, eventually settling on: black bear, red wolf, eastern cougar/Florida panther, eastern diamondback…

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Added by Ron Sutherland on September 19, 2012 at 10:00am — 5 Comments

Avian Research Position at FWC

Working Title:  ASSOCIATE RESEARCH SCIENTIST-FWC

Broadband/Class Code:  19-1023-04

Position Number:  77000813

Annual Salary Range:  $46,685 annually

Announcement Type:  Open Competitive

City:  GAINESVILLE

Facility:  Wildlife Research Lab

Closing Date:  10/15/2012

JOB DESCRIPTION:  Coordinates and conducts research on terrestrial birds and their habitat statewide, particularly passerines and…

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Added by Whitney Gray on September 19, 2012 at 8:58am — No Comments

Solar Irradiation for Aquatic Habitats in North Carolina

Part of understanding habitat conditions on a landscape involves looking at basic inputs.  For aquatic habitats, the amount of sunlight is known to have effect on the community.  The amount of sunlight that reaches a water body in a day depends on the orientation of the stream, the…

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Added by Douglas Newcomb on September 18, 2012 at 4:13pm — No Comments

Estimating Global “Blue Carbon” Emissions from Conversion and Degradation of Vegetated Coastal Ecosystems

Abstract:

Recent attention has focused on the high rates of annual carbon sequestration in vegetated coastal ecosystems—marshes, mangroves, and seagrasses—that may be lost with habitat destruction (‘conversion’). Relatively unappreciated, however, is that conversion of these coastal ecosystems also impacts very large pools of previously-sequestered carbon. Residing mostly in sediments, this ‘blue carbon’ can be released to the atmosphere when these ecosystems are converted or degraded.…

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Added by Laurie Rounds on September 6, 2012 at 6:26am — No Comments

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