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Beasley, Virgie by Rosanne Hessmiller, last updated: Feb 17, 2018 04:50 PM
 
Kirkman, Hans by Rosanne Hessmiller, last updated: Feb 17, 2018 04:50 PM
 
Appalachian NatureScape by Web Editor, last updated: Feb 13, 2018 02:36 PM
 
Ecosystem Benefits and Environmental Threats by Matthew Cimitile, last updated: Feb 12, 2018 05:14 PM
Given the rapid environmental change experienced and expected across the Appalachians, it will be crucial to understand the vulnerabilities of valued ecosystem services to drivers of large-scale change that may threaten their sustainability. The Appalachian LCC has partnered with the US Forest Service Eastern Forest Environmental Threat Assessment Center to assess ecosystem services, and vulnerabilities to environmental risk factors, throughout the Appalachians. Synthesizing current knowledge of the diverse benefits that people derive from functioning Appalachian ecosystems will help managers, scientists, industries, and the public to establish a common language for linking the environmental and economic values of the region’s natural assets in a way that encourages protection of and investments in these resources.
Tennessee River Basin Report Card by Gillian Brooks Bee, last updated: Feb 09, 2018 02:49 PM
The Tennessee River Basin Report Card was developed as a tool for prioritization and restoration decisions made in the Tennessee River Basin. The report card document is also meant to serve as an outreach tool for use by managers to highlight particular issues of importance when communicating conservation and restoration with the public.
Integrating Cultural Resource Preservation at a Landscape Level by Rosanne Hessmiller, last updated: Feb 06, 2018 04:01 PM
 
Background Information Interactive Conservation Planning for the Appalachian LCC Project by Rosanne Hessmiller, last updated: Feb 03, 2018 06:12 PM
The project research team worked closely with designated technical teams from each major region in the Appalachian LCC to offer unique insights and input to help guide the interactive conservation planning process. After each round of feedback, revised conservation scenarios are being produced.
Integrating Cultural Resource Preservation at a Landscape Level by Rosanne Hessmiller, last updated: Feb 03, 2018 06:05 PM
A collaborative research project sponsored by the National Park Service and the Appalachian LCC seeks to integrate cultural resources, such as historic bridges and Civil War Battlefields, into landscape conservation planning and design to emphasize both natural and cultural resources in defining conservation priorities.
Background Material Integrating Cultural Resource Preservation at a Landscape Scale by Matthew Cimitile, last updated: Feb 03, 2018 06:04 PM
A collaborative research project sponsored by the National Park Service and the Appalachian LCC seeks to integrate cultural resources, such as historic bridges and Civil War Battlefields, into landscape conservation planning and design to emphasize both natural and cultural resources in defining conservation priorities.
Background Material Ecosystem Services Benefits and Risks by Rosanne Hessmiller, last updated: Feb 03, 2018 05:56 PM
AppLCC Funded Research
files in Energy Final Narrative (appLCC Funded Research) by Rosanne Hessmiller, last updated: Feb 03, 2018 05:49 PM
 
Cultural Resources Fellowship by Rosanne Hessmiller, last updated: Feb 03, 2018 12:15 AM
Our Fellows serve as part of the professional staff of the Appalachian LCC. Given the breadth of the Cooperative membership (both the diversity of conservation practitioners' expertise and regional knowledge) the Fellow will work across many facets of applied conservation and natural resource management. The Nature and Society Fellow is based at Pennsylvania State University, Hamer Center for Community Design, under the direction of Dr. Timothy Murtha.
Information on the AppLCC Fellowships by Rosanne Hessmiller, last updated: Feb 03, 2018 12:15 AM
 
Partner Interviews by Rosanne Hessmiller, last updated: Feb 03, 2018 12:15 AM
 
Ecosystem Services Benefits and Risks by Joseph Badash, last updated: Feb 03, 2018 12:12 AM
Given the rapid environmental change experienced and expected across the Appalachians, it will be crucial to understand the vulnerabilities of valued ecosystem services to drivers of large-scale change that may threaten their sustainability.
Ecosystem Benefits and Risks Webportal by Rosanne Hessmiller, last updated: Feb 03, 2018 12:12 AM
 
Ecosystem Services Benefits and Risks by Web Editor, last updated: Feb 03, 2018 12:12 AM
Given the rapid environmental change experienced and expected across the Appalachians, it will be crucial to understand the vulnerabilities of valued ecosystem services to drivers of large-scale change that may threaten their sustainability.
Training and Learning by Joseph Badash, last updated: Feb 02, 2018 07:50 PM
 
Training by Joseph Badash, last updated: Feb 02, 2018 07:49 PM
 
Tennessee River Basin Conservation Action Map by Rosanne Hessmiller, last updated: Feb 02, 2018 07:22 PM
The Network is now identifying data resources and other information derived from these activities and, when possible, providing access to these resources via the Conservation Action Map and Network portal. Members will continue to be able to enter additional projects to the Conservation Map and tag new resources produced from their efforts.
 
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