Setting a course for a sustainable landscape
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Position Number: 77073166
Bi-Weekly Salary: $1,456.45
Address: To be determined (Preferred areas are Tallahassee, Gainesville/Ocala, or Southwest…Continue
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U.S. Department of Interior Secretary Sally Jewell visited Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge as part of a campaign to raise awareness about the importance of funding for scenic and important natural areas around the country. During the trip, she toured the refuge, talked with the public at a community meeting and met with local staff members of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
One of the key discussion points during her trip was the impact of rising sea levels to the…
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The U.S. Institute for Environmental Conflict Resolution and LCC national strategy team recently announced the new members for the LCC National Council. Composed of twenty-seven participants representing various resource management entities, the LCC National Council is responsible for serving as the voice of…Continue
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U.S. Forest Service researchers are expanding a web-based planning tool designed to project future water availability in the United States, Mexico, and Africa.
The Water Supply Stress Index (WaSSI) model predicts how climate, land use, and human population changes may impact forests' ability to provide goods and services, called ecosystem services, including water supply, carbon sequestration, recreation, and wildlife habitat.
Water availability is important to current and…Continue
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One of the key criteria in selecting the South Atlantic Natural Resource Indicators was their ability to represent a variety of organisms and ecological attributes within each South Atlantic ecosystem. Since there were only 3 indicators per ecosystem, there are probably…Continue
For American Indian tribes and Alaskan natives, coping with a changing environment is nothing new.
Our climate has always varied in the past, and with close connections to the land and traditions of sustainability and resilience, Tribal communities have adapted or developed alternative ways to sustain their…Continue
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Results from two of the breakout groups from the Raleigh Blueprint workshops are now ready for you to review. Over the next few weeks, we'll be releasing the results from the rest of the groups in Raleigh and all the groups from Savannah.
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NCCWSC 2013 CLIMATE CHANGE SCIENCE AND MANAGEMENT WEBINAR SERIES
A partnership between the
U.S. Geological Survey's National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center (NCCWSC)
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