LCC/CSC Symposium at the 2015 Midwest Fish & Wildlife Conference

Sunday, January 18, 2015

Midwest Fish & Wildlife Conference

Join NE CSC investigators in Indianapolis on February 9-10 to discuss current and future directions of landscape and climate science in the Midwest.  LCCs and CSCs will highlight work on landscape-level projects, climate change & birds, human dimensions & land use

.  Register by December 19th.


Four NE CSC projects will be presented on Monday, February 9th:

  • 11:00 AM: Jack Waide - Incorporating Social Drivers to Optimize Conservation Practices that Address Gulf Hypoxia and Declining Wildlife Populations Impacted by Extreme Climate Events
  • 1:40 PM: Lisa McCauley – Assessing climate change vulnerability of grassland birds using demographically informed species distribution models
  • 3:40 PM: Benjamin Zuckerburg - From range retraction to population cycling: How spatially-explicit demographic models can inform climate change vulnerability
  • 4:00 PM: Michael Notaro - Projections of snow cover, winter severity, and lake ice cover for the Great Lakes Basin with implications to regional wildlife
  • 4:20 PM: Wesley Daniel, Michigan State Univ - FISHTAIL:  A decision support mapper for conserving stream fish habitats of the NE CSC region


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