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Nature-Based Solutions to Enhance Coastal Resilience

The National Wildlife Federation will provide remote access to an upcoming workshop on enhancing coastal resilience in the Mid-Atlantic region.

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Using Regional Science to Enhance Conservation on Private Lands in the Northeast

Wildlife Conservation Society scientists will discuss how regional datasets are being used to identify conservation opportunities at the local level.

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Tidal Crossings Call

Check in and further coordination for tidally influenced crossings work in the NA LCC region.

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Webinar: Lakes and Ponds Classification System

Learn how to apply The Nature Conservancy's new Northeast Lakes and Ponds Classification System for more effective conservation of aquatic ecosystems in the region.

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Webinar: Case Studies on Building Climate Change Resilience into Your Land Protection Strategies

Does your land protection strategy consider climate change? Explore case studies that show how four different conservation organizations integrated climate resilience science into their respective conservation plans in this webinar led by the Open Space Institute.

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Webinar: A Research and Decision Support Framework to Evaluate Coastal Landscape Change

Research geologist Erika Lentz presents a new U.S. Geological Survey model developed with support from the North Atlantic LCC that captures a dynamic coastal response to sea-level rise.

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Public Informational Meeting on the Draft Atlantic Salmon Recovery Plan (Waterville)

Public informational meeting on the Draft Recovery Plan for Atlantic salmon, written comments will be accepted as well.

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Plum Island Ecosystem Marsh Modeling Symposium

A one day symposium at Parker River Wildlife Refuge Headquarters to examine the various salt marsh modeling approaches to be applied in the Plum Island Ecosystem.

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Webinar: Vernal Pool Data Cooperative

Learn about a new spatial database created to help advance the conservation of vernal pool habitat in the North Atlantic region.

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Webinar: Fish Habitat Decision Support Tool

Take a tour of a new online tool designed to help resource managers identify locations in the Midwest and Northeast where actions to protect and restore habitat for fish and other aquatic organisms will have the greatest impact.

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Webinar: Piloting Landscape Conservation Design in the Connecticut River Watershed

Learn how the Designing Sustainable Landscapes Project developed a network of priority lands and waters in the Connecticut River watershed by using an innovative modeling approach to combine predictions about future landscape change with assessments of current ecological integrity for a set of key species.

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Webinar: Evaluating the effects of future climate change on wildlife

In this webinar hosted by the Conservation Biology Institute, scientists from the USDA Forest Service and the Northwest Climate Science Center shed light on the challenges of projecting the impacts of dynamic and changing conditions on wildlife.

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Atlantic Salmon Ecosystems Forum

Presentations, speakers, and poster session pertaining to the past, present, and future of diadromous species science, management, conservation and restoration, with an emphasis on re-establishing lost biological, physical, and social connections between and among humans, habitats, and fish.

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Water Temperature Working Group Meeting

We'll be gathering to discuss successes/challenges of the past field season, SHEDS database updates, and updates from those seeking to use this data to model environmental change.

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Hurricane Sandy Tidal Marsh Resiliency Coordination Workshop II

Hurricane Sandy Tidal Marsh Resiliency Coordination Workshop II- follow up coordination workshop from December 2014. For North Atlantic LCC partners and others to exchange information and learning from the second year of Hurricane Sandy tidal marsh resiliency related science projects and coordinate efforts for the next year towards common outcomes.

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Massachusetts Wildlife Climate Action Tool webinar

The Northeast Climate Science Center will host a webinar on a new tool designed to empower resource managers and landowners in Massachusetts to adapt to climate change.

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