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NCTC SWAP meeting

50 states meet at NCTC to share SWAP information and training. NWF Climate Change info

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North Atlantic LCC Steering Committee Meeting 4-10-13

The NALCC Steering Committee will meet in Saratoga Springs, NY to achieve consensus on and approval of: priority science, science delivery, information management and communications project needs; involvement of LCC in regional synthesis and SWAP updates; next steps for conservation targets; and role of LCC in Hurricane Sandy resiliency.

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North Atlantic LCC Technical Committee Meeting 3/19/13-3/20/13

Meeting to discuss priority conservation science needs and other business.

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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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LCC Steering Committee Call

Call of North Atlantic LCC Steering Committee. See meeting webpage for details, handouts and presentations.

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Q&A: CSC Research Funding Opportunity

A question-and-answer session regarding funding opportunities now available from the eight U.S. Department of the Interior Climate Science Centers (CSCs) for Fiscal Years 2013 and 2014.

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Q&A: CSC Research Funding Opportunity

A question-and-answer session about the funding opportunities are now available from the eight U.S. Department of the Interior Climate Science Centers (CSCs) for Fiscal Years 2013 and 2014.

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Effects of Sea-level Rise and Extreme Events on Coastal Habitats and Their Wildlife

This project takes a detailed bottom-up approach to assess vulnerability of Pacific coast habitats and their dependent wildlife at selected sites along a latitudinal gradient.

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MODIS Phenology Data for ArcGIS via ArcMap

As the volume and complexity of spatial data increase, the ability of managers and analysts to use these critical data is compromised. Web/service based data delivery mechanisms provide one method to address this problem, this demonstrates one model for overcoming these data consumption challenges.

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Conservation and Global Change: The Role of Biology and Resource Management

Thomas Lovejoy, Biodiversity Chair, H. John Heinz III Center for Science, will focus on the impacts of climate change, in particular, the potential of biological processes to reduce climate change, and the options for managing federal and other lands.

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