Webinar: AdaptWest - A climate adaptation conservation planning database

Event Type: 
Other Webinar
Date and Time: 
Feb 27, 2014 (All day)

Time: 11am Mountain / 10am Pacific

Hosts: Join the National Climate Team for a special online presentation of AdaptWest, a new spatial database designed to help land management agencies promote resilience, protect biodiversity, and conserve natural resources in the face of a changing climate. See adaptwest.databasin.org and flyer for more details.

Presenters:

Carlos Carroll is an ecologist with the Klamath Center for Conservation Research, in Orleans, California, and Conservation Science Advisor to the Wilburforce Foundation. His research focuses on habitat, viability, and connectivity modeling for a diverse group of threatened and endangered species in western North America. 

Josh Lawler is an ecologist and associate professor in the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences and the College of the Environment at the University of Washington. He uses both field and modeling techniques to assess the impacts of climate change and plan for the future.

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