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Steering Committee Meeting - Bozeman, MT
Date:Apr 21, 2010 - Apr 22, 2010
Event Type:GNLCC Steering Committee
- Master PowerPoint presentation used during April 21st SC meeting, including in progress SC edits
- Meeting Notes
- Draft Governance document developed by Advisory Committee May 9, 2010
- Draft Governance schematic developed by Advisory Committee May 2010
Location: Bozeman, Montana.
Day’s Objective: To formulate the GNLCC Steering Committee (SC)
Desired Day’s Outcomes: Discussion and preliminary agreement of the SC on four topics:
- 1. What is the SC’s collective vision and objectives for the GNLCC?
2. How will the group govern itself?
3. What are the SC initial priorities for 2010 project funding?
4. How will the SC create capacity to fulfill the demands of those initial priorities (and beyond)?
April 7th telecon:A one hour planning telecon for the April 21st meeting has been scheduled at 2 PM Mountain / 1 PM Pacific on April 7th.
April 21 SC meeting:The Science Committee meeting runs from 8 AM until 330 PM with a working lunch.
Roughly 50 participants across multiple agencies were invited to attend the meeting, ~25 of whom will make up the GNLCCC Steering Committee with the balance being support staff.
Travel and Lodging
Attendees are expected to arrange their own travel. The meeting is planned to begin at 8 AM on the 21st, meaning arrival on the night of the 20th will likely be necessary for most. The meeting is scheduled to end at 330 PM on the 21st, thereby allowing attendees the option to take flights that depart Bozeman at ~4:50 PM.
The meeting will take place at the Holiday Inn in Bozeman, where a block of rooms has also been reserved for attendees on April 20th. Use the group code “GNL” for reservations. Reservations can be made by calling the Holiday Inn at 406.587.4561 or when making reservations on-line at www.hibozeman.com (see the RHS of opening page for requesting reservation date and for the spot to enter the group code). The rate is expected to be $77.
Initial Research Proposals to address science needs that may benefit multiple GNLCC partners (organized by category)
Climate Information (downscaling, applied models, data mgmt)
Land Cover (NLCD, Landfire, NWI etc)
Data Sharing, Management and Interfacing
Habitat Connectivity (linkage and corridors)
- Development of a transboundary decision support system to guide and implement conservation, land use, energy, transportation, and climate change management and monitoring
- Document Fine Scale Linkage Areas and Conservation Delivery in the Northern Rockies of US and Canada
- The Washington Connected Landscapes Project, Part I: Supporting Connectivity Conservation Now and Under Future Climates // Budget
- Long-term changes in environmental characteristics required by sage-grouse predicted under climate change
- SageSTEP Long term Ecological Monitoring Network // Budget
Water Resource Vulnerability Assessments
- Predicting Effects of Climate Change on Aquatic Ecosystems in the Great Northern Landscape: Combining Vulnerability Assessments, Landscape Genomics, and Modeling for Conservation
Additional Information for Steering Committee Consideration
- Options for Governance Models
- Potential Criteria for Project Proposal Evaluation
- Draft GNLCC Implementation Plan
Steering Committee Survey Results
For issues of meeting logistics, please contact meeting facilitator Scott Bischke with any questions at email@example.com or 406.582.4442.