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Interactive Conservation Planning for the Appalachian LCC
The Appalachian LCC is currently engaged in an effort to develop a draft regional conservation plan for the Cooperative using an interactive and iterative ...
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 ...
Maximizing the use of Volunteers for the Removal of Arborized Invasive English Ivy Vine at Rock Creek Park
Nick Bartolomeo - Chief of Resource Management, Ana Chuquin - Biological Science Technician NPS, Rock Creek Park, John Maleri - Program Coordinator, Karen ...
Reviewing the Literature on Freshwater Classification Frameworks
A “Literature Review of Freshwater Classification Frameworks” by Principle Investigators at The Nature Conservancy and Oak Ridge National Laboratory reviewed ...
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 ...
LCC Boosts Relationships in the Ohio River Basin
The Ohio River Basin Fish Habitat Partnership convened its annual meeting in Columbus, Ohio this month and the Appalachian LCC was there to join the ...
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 ...
Ecosystem Benefits and Risks
Ecosystem Benefits & Risks
Understanding the complete and diverse benefits society receives from nature as well as risks to their sustainability will allow managers, industry, and the ...
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, ...
Alternatives for Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment Report to the Appalachian LCC
How should the Appalachian LCC acquire information about the vulnerability of Appalachian species and habitats to climate change to share with its partners? ...
Alligator Snapping Turtle Surveys and Genetics - Lower TN and MS River
Dr. Josh Ennen, Aquatic Conservation Biologist, TN Aquarium Conservation Institute
Assessing Future Energy Development across the Appalachians
The Nature Conservancy - with support from the Appalachian LCC - has completed a study to assist policy makers, land management agencies, and industry in ...
Assessing Future Energy Development across the Appalachian LCC
In this study funded by the Appalachian LCC, The Nature Conservancy assessed current and future energy development across the entire region. The research ...
Development of a Spatially Explicit Surface Coal Mining Predictive Model
The goal of this project was to create a spatially explicit 1km2 grid cell model for the Appalachian Landscape Conservation Cooperative (Figure 1) predicting ...
Energy Assessment News Release
A new study and online mapping tool by the Appalachian Landscape Conservation Cooperative (LCC) and The Nature Conservancy are intended to inform discussions ...
Report: Riparian Prioritization and Status Assessment for Climate Change Resilience of Coldwater Stream Habitats within the Appalachian and Northeastern Regions
Among a host of other critical ecosystem functions, intact riparian forests can help to reduce vulnerability of coldwater stream habitats to warming regional ...
Riparian Restoration Decision Support Tool Fact Sheet
An innovative web-based tool - funded by the Appalachian Landscape Conservation Cooperative (LCC) and developed by researchers from the U.S. Forest Service and ...
Riparian Restoration Appendix 1: Canopy Cover Statistics
Canopy Cover by State.
Toward rigorous use of expert knowledge in ecological research
Practicing ecologists who excel at their work (‘‘experts’’) hold a wealth of knowledge. This knowledge offers a wide range of opportunities for application in ...
Stream Classification System for the Appalachian LCC
Final Report: A Stream Classification for the Appalachian LCC
A classification system and map was developed for stream and river systems in the Appalachian LCC region, encompassing parts of 17 states. The product is ...
Literature Review of Freshwater Classification Frameworks
Identifying aquatic ecosystems requires a classification of stream and lake features into recognizable categories. Although a number of nationally recognized ...
Classification and Mapping of Cave and Karst Resources
Cave and karst systems are unique environments that occur throughout the Appalachians. They provide habitat for a diverse array of species and are an important ...
Assessing Vulnerability of Species and Habitats to Large-scale Impacts
New vulnerability assessments for 41 species and 3 habitats in the Appalachians are now available. The conservation community can view and search each of these ...
Stream Impacts from Water Withdrawals in the Marcellus Shale Region
The Appalachian LCC provided a grant to Cornell University Environmental Engineers to study how the region’s surface freshwater supply – and the health of ...
Classification and Mapping of Cave and Karst Resources
It has been recognized by the Appalachian LCC partnership that to develop and deliver landscape-level planning tools, it is essential to develop an ...
Putting LCC Products into Hands of Practitioners in the Southeast
Appalachian LCC Staff are working with partners in the Southeast to develop interactive workshops focused on delivering our funded science products and tools ...
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