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All ecosystems are dynamic, changing due to growth, succession and disturbances. Modeling large landscapes in the United States requires the collective knowledge of experienced and knowledgeable vegetation and fire experts.

Greater sage-grouse lek. Photo: USFWS

Ranches provide key wildlife passages between two protected ecosystems

Wilburforce Foundation, in partnership with COMPASS, is now accepting applications for the 2017 Wilburforce Fellowship in Conservation Science.

A new statistically downscaled climate model dataset covering the conterminous U.S. is now available for download in the USGS GeoData Portal. This dataset is called MACAv2-METDATA and it contains daily downscaled meteorological and hydrological projections for the conterminous U.S.

Under the Shared Landscapes Outcomes Initiative of the Great Northern Landscape Conservation Cooperative (GNLCC) to address aquatic integrity and stressors in the Columbia River Basin, the GNLCC's Columbia Basin Partner Forum (CBPF) is facilitating information sharing and collabora

We are happy to announce that our partners have received the Climate Adaptation Leadership Award!

Congratulations to The Roundtable on the Crown of the Continent

Spanning portions of Wyoming, Colorado, and Utah, the Green River Basin is an ecologically and culturally rich landscape.

Pre-announcement for a 3-year funded postdoctoral research position in species’ adaptive capacity and vulnerability to climate change

If you missed the Sagebrush Ecosystems Conservation: All Lands, All Hands Conference in Salt Lake City in February, don't despair -- you can see the recorded proceedings here. Register for free, and a password to access the sessions will be emailed to you.

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