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The United States is losing wetlands in coastal watersheds at a significant rate, according to a new report released by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
The report examines how Refuge System planning will address large-scale conservation challenges such as climate change, while maintaining the integrity of management and conservation delivery within refuge boundaries.
Regional partners chart course for developing, integrating, delivering, and communicating science toward a common goal of sustainable landscapes.
Secretarial Order underscores LCC role and commitment to landscape-scale planning and design to conserve the Nation's land, water, wildlife and cultural resources in the face of climate change.
Funded by the Regional Conservation Needs program, this project from The Nature Conservancy ensures understanding and widespread use of the Northeast Aquatic Habitat classification system by creating a printable web-based guide and GIS database.
A new North Atlantic LCC Science Delivery team composed of representatives from federal agencies, state agencies, national NGOs, regional NGOs, and watershed groups is articulating priority needs for effectively delivering science.
Interior Secretary Jewell Announces $162 Million for 45 Projects to Protect Atlantic Coast Communities from Future Storms
LCCs will play a key role in coordinating and delivering science to inform coastal restoration and resiliency efforts
The Program will award more than $100 million in grants throughout the region affected by Hurricane Sandy.
FWS proposes to list the highly migratory shorebird as a threatened species under the Endangered Species Act due to declining food supply and habitat related to the combined effects of sea-level rise and development. LCC projects underway can help inform conservation and management strategies to protect the species.
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report concludes human influence on climate change is clear and evident in most regions of the globe.
States in the Northeast Region are working with the North Atlantic LCC to synthesize information and develop decision-support tools that will provide broader context for state and local conservation decisions and actions.
A paper in the Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management presents an overview of the types of models available to forecast the impacts of climate change on processes affecting fish and wildlife habitat.
A roundup of news about climate change impacts to fish and wildlife.
North Atlantic LCC Request for Proposals (RFP) calls for grants to compile mapping of vernal pools across the North Atlantic Region.
Dr. Elsa Haubold replaces Dr. Doug Austen, who served as national coordinator for 3 years.
Silvio O. Conte National Fish and Wildlife Refuge is putting landscape-scale thinking into practice in the Connecticut River watershed.
A website created for wildlife and fisheries professionals confronting the threat of global climate change.
The LCC national network website provides news, images, project information and links to the 22 individual LCCs.
A new study shows that natural habitats can protect communities from coastal storms.
Financial assistance will be awarded for projects that advance the LCC Network Vision and Mission by addressing the following priority theme areas : Theme A - Integrating Assessment and Planning for Aquatic Resource Conservation at Landscape Scales. Theme B - Developing a Network of Ecologically Functional and Connected Landscapes by Facilitating Landscape Conservation Design.