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The North Atlantic LCC and Northeast states have agreed to work together to develop a collaborative approach to map Northeast Regional Conservation Opportunity Areas
Bill Brumback, Conservation Director from the New England Wildflower Society, is the newest member of the North Atlantic LCC partnership.
Extending the Northeast Terrestrial Habitat Map across the border.
Offers practical steps for achieving climate-smart conservation.
The U.S. Global Change Research Program has released the Third National Climate Assessment, a comprehensive scientific report detailing climate change impacts across the United States.
News and upcoming events from our partners at the Northeast Climate Science Center.
The Department of the Interior has issued a strategy that will help advance landscape-scale, science-based management of public lands and wildlife.
Gulf of Maine Council’s Climate Network quarterly e-bulletin provides information on regional climate adaptation events and resources.
North Atlantic LCC staff provides technical training on use of regional datasets for state Geographic Information Systems (GIS) staff. The information can be used to provide regional context for decisions regarding species and habitats that span multiple states.
The North Atlantic LCC has launched a project to develop a decision support tool for assessing aquatic habitats and threats in watersheds and estuaries of the region.
A national leader in freshwater mussel conservation and restoration, Jones has worked with the North Atlantic LCC to study interactions between climate change, contaminants and ecosystems.
The North Atlantic LCC is working with states and other Northeast regional partners to develop to tools that provide regional context for state and local conservation actions.
Request for proposals addresses a key science need by advancing application of landscape conservation science products at multiple scales across the North Atlantic region.
North Atlantic LCC to coordinate and support a collaborative, region-wide effort to restore fish passage while reducing the likelihood of damage to road stream crossings from future floods.
Report shows an increase in the proportion of Americans who believe global warming is not happening.
Habitat Hotline Atlantic provides information on the fish habitat related work that partners, such as the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission, US Fish and Wildlife Service, NOAA Fisheries, regional fishery management councils, and ocean planning organizations have been working on during the past year.
The LCC National Council will work to provide national-level coordination to identify ecological and institutional challenges and successes across the network of 22 LCCs.
Climate Science Centers are awarding nearly $7 million to universities and other partners for research as part of President Obama’s Climate Action Plan.
New research overseen by the U.S. Geological Survey shows that juvenile mussels have difficulty surviving in higher water temperatures that may happen more frequently in North America's rivers and lakes as the planet warms.
Three reports by NWF summarize information on impacts to wildlife and their habitats in that state including the results of vulnerability and/or sensitivity assessments conducted as part of this project. These assessment are then used to identify management concerns and implications as well as, for New York, adaptation strategies for the state.