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LCC Coordinator Gives Keynote Address at Earth Day Celebration
Appalachian LCC Coordinator Dr. Jean Brennan was a featured speaker for the Distinguished Lecture Series at Northwest Missouri State University during its ...
Species and Habitat Vulnerability Assessments of Appalachian Species and Habitats
Future climate change adaptation and mitigation strategies will be dependent on the best available projections of how the regional climate will change and the ...
Species and Habitat Vulnerability Assessments of Appalachian Species and Habitats
Future climate change adaptation and mitigation strategies will be dependent on the best available projections of how the regional climate will change and on ...
Full Proposal: Assessing Future Energy Development Across the Appalachian Mountains
Scientists will employ land use change build-out scenaria for future energy development demand to quantify future impacts on forest habitats across the ...
Full Proposal - A Stream Classification System for the Appalachian Landscape Conservation Cooperative
The goal of this project is to develop a hierarchical classification for stream and river systems within the Appalachian Landscape Conservation Cooperative ...
Webinar on Riparian Restoration Tool showcases Appalachian LCC Science
On April 22, Appalachian LCC GIS Analyst and Information Manager Jessica Rhodes gave a webinar presentation to 80 resource managers, scientists, and ...
Stream Impacts from Water Withdrawals in the Marcellus Shale Region
A new study from the Appalachian Landscape Conservation Cooperative (LCC) and Cornell University looks at how the region's surface freshwater supply – and the ...
Preserving Working Lands Conserves Habitats
Working lands not only provide food and fiber for our nation, but also an assortment of environmental benefits such as critical habitat for wildlife.
Engaging Conservation Partnerships in the Vital Chesapeake Bay Watershed
Over the last two months, Coordinator Jean Brennan has worked with partners in the Chesapeake Conservation Partnership and Chesapeake Watershed Forum to ...
Steering Committee Work Groups Developing Major Goals and Objectives of Next 5-Year Work Plan
The Appalachian LCC community has identified and refined the major goals the Cooperative will work towards in the coming years, based on in-depth survey ...
Demonstrating Value of Riparian Restoration Tool to Riparian Forest Buffer Advisory Committee
On October 27, Jessica Rhodes of the Appalachian LCC provided a demonstration of the Riparian Prioritization for Climate Change Resilience (RPCCR) decision ...
Landscape Conservation Design Phase II: Assessing Aquatic Integrity
Over the last year, a coordinated series of consultations with experts across the region has resulted in priority aquatic species, habitats, and ecosystems ...
SECAS Version 1.0 Provides Regional Long-term Vision for Conservation
Leaders from state fish and wildlife agencies and federal and non-governmental partners came together at the 2016 Southeast Association of Fish and Wildlife ...
Ecosystem Benefits and Environmental Threats
The Appalachian LCC is funding research that will assess and inventory ecosystem services throughout the Appalachians in order to link and fully communicate ...
Braven Beaty of The Nature Conservancy Clinch Valley Program
Braven Beaty discusses his work in the Appalachian region with mussels, the biological importance of the Clinch-Powell RIver Basin, and how the Appalachian LCC ...
Marquette Crockett, Wildlife biologist of the Canaan Valley National Wildlife Refuge
Wildlife biologist Marquette Crockett talks about the unique habitats and common problems that stretch across the Appalachians and how Appalachian LCC meetings ...
Mark Ford, Unit Leader of the Virginia Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
Mark Ford discusses his research on threatened, rare, and endangered species, how the LCC can link up various expertise around the region, and the types of ...
Mark Hudy, Senior Science Advisor in Fisheries for the U.S. Geological Survey
Mark Hudy, Senior Science Advisor in Fisheries for the U.S. Geological Survey, highlights the importance of connecting scientific efforts across the region and ...
Hugh Irwin, Landscape Conservation Planner of The Wilderness Society
Hugh Irwin talks on how the Appalachian LCC can begin to fill in research gaps and develop common research needs across the region to preserve natural ...
Nels Johnson, Deputy State Director for The Nature Conservancy’s Pennsylvania Chapter
Nels Johnson discusses how LCCs are important vehicles for increasing efficiencies in conservation, and through collective capacity how LCCs can address ...
Todd Jones-Farrand of the Central Hardwoods Joint Venture
Science Coordinator Todd Jones-Farrand highlights how Joint Ventures and LCCs can work together in a complimentary fashion and how both partnerships share a ...
Thomas Minney, Central Appalachians Project Coordinator for The Nature Conservancy
Thomas Minney discusses the potential of the Appalachian LCC, how this organization can address large-scale issues like climate change, and the need to achieve ...
Scott Robinson of the Southeast Aquatic Resources Partnership
Coordinator Scott Robinson addresses the obstacles of data collection, preparation, and development and how the LCCs can help standardized this process for all ...
Jim Schaberl, Division Chief of Natural and Cultural Resources at Shenandoah National Park
Jim Schaberl talks about specific research projects taking place in Shenandoah, what he hopes the LCC can accomplish, and why the National Park service is ...
Cindy Schulz, Field Office Supervisor in Virginia for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Cindy Schulz highlights the value of bringing together many federal, state, and NGO groups to establish relationships and how acquiring access and knowledge of ...
Scott Smith of the Maryland Department of Natural Resources
Wildlife Ecologist Scott Smith talks about the vital importance of the Appalachians for the survival of salamanders, how the LCCs can facilitate issues between ...
Kimberly Terrell, Researcher of the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute
Kimberly Terrell describes her work studying the biological constraints of salamanders to adjust to climate change and how the regional nature of the LCC can ...
A Stream Classification System for the Appalachian Landscape Conservation Cooperative
Unifying state-based stream classifications into a single consistent system, principal investigators at The Nature Conservancy developed a hierarchical ...
Data Needs Assessment
The Data Needs Assessment research project was undertaken to review the variety of resources on conservation planning to provide packages of products, data, ...
2015 Annual Report
The 2015 Annual Report details the investment the Appalachian LCC has made over the past years that led to the creation of vital research products, tools, and ...
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