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This project integrates projections from two climate downscaling approaches into a series of future climate scenarios that will be used to assess the vulnerability of resources and ecosystem services within the Aleutian and Bering Sea Islands LCC. It consists of 4 phases: 1) downscaled climate model integration and synthesis, and engagement with key researchers; 2) the development of a set of likely future climate scenarios based on common model projections; 3) an evaluation and synthesis of vulnerabilities of key resources and ecosystem services; and 4) presentation of results and engagement of regional managers and stakeholders in a dialogue about further research and implications. This project will occur as collaboration...
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You may need WebEx capabilities to view these recordings. May 20, 2013: “Columbia Plateau Climate Corridors, and Centrality, Pinch-Points, and Barrier Analyses: New Products Release ” Recording available by clicking here. June 17, 2013: Bill Gaines, Conservation Science Institute. “Addressing Habitat Connectivity in Northeast Washington Forest Plan Revisions”. Recording available by clicking here. Audio challenges in the first few minutes that resolve for remainder of recording. September 16, 2013: Audrey Hatch, WA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife “Integrating connectivity science into the Western Governors Associations CHAT decision support tool”. Recording available by clicking here. November 19, 2013 (10am...
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The Washington Wildlife Habitat Connectivity Working Group is an open scientific collaborative effort to produce connectivity and tools for Washington and surrounding habitats. The Washington Connected Landscapes Project is the name for the suite of analysis and tools being produced by the working group. The primary thrusts of the project at this time include: scientific analyses of connectivity issues at different spatial scales for current and future landscape conditions, development of suitable analytical methods and tools necessary to support these analyses, coordination with transboundary partners to maintain connectivity across Washington’s borders, research and adaptive management to test and improve...


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