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File Troff document North Atlantic LCC 2012 Highlights Report
This report reviews the progress and accomplishments of the North Atlantic Landscape Conservation Cooperative (LCC) in 2012 and identifies major goals for 2013.
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File Troff document Northeast Conservation Framework manuscript
Northeast Conservation Framework manuscript for Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference, March 27, 2013
Located in Teams / / Presentations / Northeast Fish & Wildlife (NEAFWA) Conference - SWAP Revisions April 9, 2013
Developed by The Nature Conservancy Eastern Division. Permeability, rather than being based on individual species movements, is a measure of landscape structure, incorporating the hardness of barriers, the connectedness of natural cover, and the arrangement of land uses. - See more at: http://bit.ly/18eOPIU
Located in Spatial Data / Terrestrial / Northeast Terrestrial Resilience (Permeability)
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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Endangered species video
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File 2017-2019 Protocol Workshops: Epoxy Method Overview
An overview of the epoxy anchor method in the Water Temperature Working Group protocol, complete with pictures and datasheets, by Kirstin Underwood and Serena Doose (USFWS).
Located in Groups / Water Temperature Working Group / Meeting Presentations, Notes and Agendas
endangered species video
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First Annual UMaine Freshwater Science Symposium
The First Annual UMaine Freshwater Science Symposium will showcase freshwater research being conducted by UMaine faculty, staff and students within Maine and beyond. This half-day symposium will feature two poster sessions and two oral presentations by guest speakers. Dr. Bill McDowell from the University of New Hampshire will be the plenary speaker for this kick-­‐off event. Dr. McDowell is the Director of the New Hampshire Water Resources Research Center, and has conducted research on carbon, nitrogen, natural disturbance, and human disturbance in remote and urban landscapes in temperate as well as tropical ecosystems. Dr. Dave Courtemanch, Freshwater Science and Policy Analyst for the Maine Chapter of The Nature Conservancy.
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Acoustic telemetry movements of Altantic salmon smolts in the Penobscot River, Maine, USA.
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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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