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AppLCC Partnership Dashboard by Joseph Badash, last updated: May 24, 2018 12:41 AM
A user-friendly 'dashboard' of the major results of the Partner Interviews study conducted by Dr. Brown as part of the Research Fellowship with Dr. Tim Murtha of PSU/UFl
AppLCC Partnership Dashboard by Joseph Badash, last updated: May 24, 2018 12:38 AM
A user-friendly 'dashboard' of the major results of the Partner Interviews study conducted by Dr. Brown as part of the Research Fellowship with Dr. Tim Murtha of PSU/UFl
Executive Summary - Present and Future Possibilities of Landscape Scale Conservation by Jean Brennan, last updated: May 22, 2018 02:32 PM
The Landscape Conservation Cooperative (LCC) program was created under a secretarial order to develop regional conservation partnerships – under the Department of the Interior – that aimed to coordinate regional conservation planning in response to climate change impacts. Because they were partner-driven efforts, each of the 22 LCCs followed a distinct trajectory and implemented diverse projects, meaning that there is value in exploring how specific LCCs, such as the AppLCC, approached regional conservation. This study assesses the successes, limitations, and impacts of the AppLCC, with the aim of providing insights for future regional conservation partnership.
The Present and Future Possibilities of Landscape Scale Conservation: AppLCC Ethnographic Study Video of Presentation by Joseph Badash, last updated: May 22, 2018 02:29 PM
The Landscape Conservation Cooperative (LCC) program was created under a secretarial order to develop regional conservation partnerships – under the Department of the Interior – that aimed to coordinate regional conservation planning in response to climate change impacts. Because they were partner-driven efforts, each of the 22 LCCs followed a distinct trajectory and implemented diverse projects, meaning that there is value in exploring how specific LCCs, such as the AppLCC, approached regional conservation. This study assesses the successes, limitations, and impacts of the AppLCC, with the aim of providing insights for future regional conservation partnership.
The Present and Future Possibilities of Landscape Scale Conservation: AppLCC Ethnographic Study Video of Presentation by Joseph Badash, last updated: May 22, 2018 02:23 PM
The Landscape Conservation Cooperative (LCC) program was created under a secretarial order to develop regional conservation partnerships – under the Department of the Interior – that aimed to coordinate regional conservation planning in response to climate change impacts. Because they were partner-driven efforts, each of the 22 LCCs followed a distinct trajectory and implemented diverse projects, meaning that there is value in exploring how specific LCCs, such as the AppLCC, approached regional conservation. This study assesses the successes, limitations, and impacts of the AppLCC, with the aim of providing insights for future regional conservation partnership.
Integrating Cultural Resource Preservation at a Landscape Level by Rosanne Hessmiller, last updated: May 22, 2018 02:13 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.
Nature and Society by Web Editor, last updated: May 17, 2018 01:31 PM
The field of research focusing on "Nature and Society" seeks to understand society's attitudes and behaviors as it relates to how we maintain, protect, and enhance natural and cultural resources. It does so by applying data and information from social sciences to resource issues to explain why people value certain resources and the benefits they receive from those resources.
National Park Service Spotlights by Joseph Badash, last updated: May 17, 2018 01:31 PM
 
Nature and Society by Web Editor, last updated: May 17, 2018 12:06 PM
The Appalachian LCC Human Dimensions Portal is currently under development. Once fully launched, this section will provide resources and tools on cultural, heritage, and socio-economic aspects of human dimensions within the Appalachians. It will also detail how the Appalachian LCC is working to integrate both natural and cultural resources into conservation planning to inform management actions and decisions in the region.
How To Add Collections by Web Editor, last updated: May 13, 2018 12:07 AM
How to add collections.
Adding Links by Web Editor, last updated: May 12, 2018 11:56 PM
How to add links in the portal.
How to Use a Collection as the Front Page of a Folder by Web Editor, last updated: May 12, 2018 09:58 PM
How to use collections to give your folders a forward facing page that displays the folders' content.
Adding Events by Web Editor, last updated: May 12, 2018 09:36 PM
How to add Events in the portal.
Select Your Collection by Joseph Badash, last updated: May 03, 2018 10:22 PM
Select Your Collection
Select a Content Item as the Default View of a Folder by Joseph Badash, last updated: May 03, 2018 10:17 PM
Select a Content Item as the Default View of a Folder
SpotlightonNationalParks by Joseph Badash, last updated: Apr 27, 2018 05:58 PM
Spotlight on National Parks
National Park Service Spotlights on National Park Resources by Joseph Badash, last updated: Apr 27, 2018 05:57 PM
 
TRB Report Card by Rosanne Hessmiller, last updated: Apr 26, 2018 11:53 PM
 
2018 Spotlight on National Park Resources by Joseph Badash, last updated: Apr 26, 2018 10:53 PM
 
Landscape Conservation Fellowship by Joseph Badash, last updated: Apr 26, 2018 09:19 PM
The Fellowship offers a unique opportunity for new-entry professionals to be part of the emerging and exciting field of Landscape Conservation. This is a post-graduate level training opportunity with career interests in applied landscape conservation science and resource management.
 
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