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Evaluating the Vulnerabilities of Ecological Resources to Climate Change in the Northeast
To continue to conserve important and valued natural resources under climate change, it is critical that resource managers understand which resources may be particularly at risk (and which may be less at risk or may benefit), and how, exactly, they may be affected.
Located in Projects / Vulnerabilities to climate change of Northeast fish and wildlife habitats, Phase II
Modeling Salmonid Population Persistence Across the Streamscape
This project is developing models that can reliably forecast effects of future climate scenarios on population growth and persistence of stream dwelling salmonids.
Located in Projects / Forecasting Changes in Aquatic Systems and Resilience of Brook Trout
Effects of Sealevel Rise and Altered Storminess on Piping Plover Breeding Habitat Along the U.S. Atlantic Coast
Piping Plovers (Charadrius melodus) respond rapidly to change and depend on low lying coastal areas throughout their life cycle, making them excellent indicators of climate change effects. This project is developing predictions of how Piping Plover breeding habitat will change as a result of sealevel rise and altered storminess using a coupled risk assessment model.
Located in Projects / Piping Plovers and Sea-level Rise
Regional Conservation Needs, LCCs and a Conservation Framework for the Northeast
How the Results of a Recent Workshop Will Help Conservation Partners Develop Shared Science Capacity
Located in Teams / North Atlantic LCC Staff
Providing Science and Tools in Support of the North Atlantic Landscape Conservation Cooperative: Designing Sustainable Landscapes for Wildlife
There is an increasing need for conservation planning over broad spatial extents that accounts for uncertainty in the effects of future climate, urban growth and other land use changes on ecological integrity and wildlife habitat capability. To address this concern in the Northeast, the North Atlantic LCC has funded a project to develop a modeling framework to predict the current and future habitat capabilities for the Northeast landscape and the priority areas for land protection, land management and ecological restoration.
Located in Projects / Designing Sustainable Landscapes