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The Appalachian LCC funds research of the conservation community’s top science needs to address the landscape conservation challenges within the region. By identifying, prioritizing, and supporting fundamental scientific research through coordination and strategic investment of scarce resources, the Appalachian LCC is fostering the development and application of vital information and decision-support tools. Find here a list of the Appalachian LCC funded research as well as that of their partners and additional organizations within the region.

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Adaptation Strategies
Cave/Karst Classification
Data Architecture
Energy Forecasts
Hydrological Assessments
Stream Classification
Threat Assessments
Vulnerability Assessments


Climate Change Impacts
Energy Development
Geographic Isolation
Invasives, Disease and Pathogens
Urbanization and Infrastructure
Water Quality


Abandoned Mine Lands
Caves and Karst
Rivers and Streams
Working Lands

Work Plan Goals

Data Acquisition and Sharing
Landscape-level Planning
Engagement and Communication
Steering Committee Facilitation

Science Needs Portfolio Thematic Areas

Working Lands
GIS and Information Management
Open Lands
Climate Change
Human Dimensions
Caves-Karst and Minelands

Strategic Habitat Conservation Framework

Biological Planning
Conservation Design
Conservation Delivery
Outcome-based Monitoring
Assumption-based Research

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