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New LCC Team Articulates Strategy and Priorities for Science Delivery

New LCC Team Articulates Strategy and Priorities for Science Delivery

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.

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Interior Secretary Jewell Announces $162 Million for 45 Projects to Protect Atlantic Coast Communities from Future Storms

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

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Interior Secretary Announces Hurricane Sandy Coastal Resiliency Competitive Grant Program

Interior Secretary Announces Hurricane Sandy Coastal Resiliency Competitive Grant Program

The Program will award more than $100 million in grants throughout the region affected by Hurricane Sandy.

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Sharing Science to Safeguard the Red Knot

Sharing Science to Safeguard the Red Knot

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.

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IPCC Releases Fifth Assessment Report; LCC Uses New Scenarios for Regional Assessments

IPCC Releases Fifth Assessment Report; LCC Uses New Scenarios for Regional Assessments

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report concludes human influence on climate change is clear and evident in most regions of the globe.

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Conservation Beyond Boundaries

Conservation Beyond Boundaries

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.

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Modeling Climate Change Impacts to Wildlife

Modeling Climate Change Impacts to Wildlife

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.

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Beyond Season's End

Beyond Season's End

A roundup of news about climate change impacts to fish and wildlife.

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Conserving Important Habitat for Amphibians and Other Wildlife

Conserving Important Habitat for Amphibians and Other Wildlife

North Atlantic LCC Request for Proposals (RFP) calls for grants to compile mapping of vernal pools across the North Atlantic Region.

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New LCC National Network Coordinator Selected

New LCC National Network Coordinator Selected

Dr. Elsa Haubold replaces Dr. Doug Austen, who served as national coordinator for 3 years.

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Thinking Bigger

Thinking Bigger

Silvio O. Conte National Fish and Wildlife Refuge is putting landscape-scale thinking into practice in the Connecticut River watershed.

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Beyond Season's End

Beyond Season's End

A website created for wildlife and fisheries professionals confronting the threat of global climate change.

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LCC Network Launches National Website

LCC Network Launches National Website

The LCC national network website provides news, images, project information and links to the 22 individual LCCs.

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Natural Barriers Protect Coasts

Natural Barriers Protect Coasts

A new study shows that natural habitats can protect communities from coastal storms.

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FY13 LCC National Funding Opportunity Announcement

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.

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Highway agencies, wildlife ecologists focus on culverts in climate change adaptation planning

Highway agencies, wildlife ecologists focus on culverts in climate change adaptation planning

Wildlife may benefit from plans to rebuild aging or storm-damaged culverts in areas where extreme weather events are taking a toll.

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Integrating Stream Science Efforts across the North Atlantic and Appalachian LCC Regions

March 14, 2013 - Meeting of stream science project investigators of the North Atlantic and Appalachian LCCs and the Northeast Climate Science Center

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CSC Funding Opportunity

CSC Funding Opportunity

The U.S. Department of the Interior Climate Science Centers (CSCs) are seeking proposals for FY 2013 and/or FY 2014 (as appropriate).

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National Climate Assesment Webinars

National Climate Assesment Webinars

UCS is hosting a series of webinars with presentations from National Climate Assesment authors to share key findings from the draft report and answer questions. Use the links provided to sign up!

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Northeast Climate Website (NEclimateUS.org) rolled out

Northeast Climate Website (NEclimateUS.org) rolled out

The Northeast Climate Website database website contains over 250 Needs; 300+ Data, Products, and Services; 50+ Projects; almost 200 Bibliographic references; and a Partners and Programs page and a User’s Guide. It was developed and sponsored by NOAA, National Wildlife Federation, EPA and the North Atlantic LCC

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