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Building organizational capacity to adapt to climate change on public lands in the Pacific Northwest

Dates

Start Date
2012
End Date
2015

Contacts

Funding Agency :
NOAA CIRC
Principal Investigator :
Denise Lach
Co-Investigator :
David Peterson

Purpose

The PNW Climate Impacts Research Consortium (CIRC) and the USFS PNW Research Station propose to develop curriculum regarding climate adaptation best practices for public land managers in the Pacific Northwest (Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and Western Montana), create a network of trained individuals at state and federal agencies who can go on to provide adaptation training and information to others in their own and other organizations, create venues for ongoing networking and communicating with those individuals (e.g., webinars, additional training, websites, etc.), and compile a set of “best practices” for implementing climate adaptation efforts in state and federal agencies in the PNW.

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valueThe PNW Climate Impacts Research Consortium (CIRC) and the USFS PNW Research Station propose to develop curriculum regarding climate adaptation best practices for public land managers in the Pacific Northwest (Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and Western Montana), create a network of trained individuals at state and federal agencies who can go on to provide adaptation training and information to others in their own and other organizations, create venues for ongoing networking and communicating with those individuals (e.g., webinars, additional training, websites, etc.), and compile a set of “best practices” for implementing climate adaptation efforts in state and federal agencies in the PNW.

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urlhttp://www.doi.gov/csc/northwest/upload/NW-CSC-Science-Agenda-2012-2015.pdf

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