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Fire Lines Newsletter Volume 12 Issue 4

Fire Lines Newsletter Volume 12 Issue 4

Research Brief; SFE Updates; What's New in Fire Science?; New Technology and Tools; Other News; Upcoming Events; Recent Fire Science Publications for the South; Funding Opportunities.

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American Fisheries Society Newsletter November 2022

American Fisheries Society Newsletter November 2022

Special Fisheries Issue on Citizen Science, Perspectives on Salmon Enhancement, Trojan Brook Trout.

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Where does global warming go during La Niña?

Where does global warming go during La Niña?

People have started to ask us whether all these La Niñas could offset global warming. The short answer is no, La Niña is no match for global warming.

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U.S. Climate Summary for October 2022

U.S. Climate Summary for October 2022

NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information released the agency’s October 2022 climate summary this week. Below are some highlights.

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SFE Webinar: Fueling Collaboration

A series of interactive panel discussions designed to connect fire managers and researchers. Each discussion will be built on questions from the registered attendees. We're working to bring people together to discuss, explore, and address the latest fire science and fire management issues across the eastern United States.

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EBTJV Habitat News Brief - Thank You Veterans

EBTJV Habitat News Brief - Thank You Veterans

Thank you to those who have served! A special thanks to the many veterans who are employed by or volunteer with agencies and organizations that protect, enhance, and conserve our coldwater resources.

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TRBN Network News Issue 35 November 2022

TRBN Network News Issue 35 November 2022

Your Network News | Success to celebrate and AOP workshop

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State summaries: 2022 legislation passed to build wildlife crossings

State summaries: 2022 legislation passed to build wildlife crossings

Numerous states have passed legislation in 2022 to take advantage of new, historic federal funding for wildlife crossing structures.

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Southeast CASC Science Seminar: Improving Projections of Societal Responses to Sea Level Rise and Frequent Flooding

In this talk, we will highlight a framework that permits simultaneously considering scenarios of urban growth, increases in flood hazard due to climate change, and human adaptive response (based on socio-economic vulnerability or ability to cope with flood damage). Specifically, we will focus on scenario-based approaches that allow exploring plausible adaptation strategies (i.e., elevating homes, moving homes, coastal armoring) and consider local adaptive capacity and the non-economic factors that influence a choice.

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Yellowstone to Yukon: Indigenous Leadership in Conservation

Join the Southeast Climate Adaptation Science Center - Global Change Fellows for a Global Change Seminar: “Yellowstone to Yukon: Indigenous Leadership in Conservation“

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A Collaborative Approach to Restore Bog Turtle Populations

A Collaborative Approach to Restore Bog Turtle Populations

Like the bog turtle itself, bog turtle populations in North Carolina are very small. A collaborative effort between multiple conservation organizations hopes to change that by giving them a little help.

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New Jersey Bog Turtle Conservation Initiative: Working with Landowners and Communities

New Jersey Bog Turtle Conservation Initiative: Working with Landowners and Communities

The Endangered and Nongame Species Program created and is implementing a comprehensive management initiative to provide long term conservation of the important bog turtle populations in New Jersey.

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Light Weight Tracking Technology Could Help Reveal Mysteries of Golden-winged Warbler Decline

Light Weight Tracking Technology Could Help Reveal Mysteries of Golden-winged Warbler Decline

Audubon and partners across the South and Midwest are using radio tags to track a rare songbird.

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10,000th Hellbender Released to the Wild

10,000th Hellbender Released to the Wild

The Saint Louis Zoo, Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) are celebrating a historic milestone in hellbender conservation in Missouri. As of August 2022, the total Saint Louis Zoo-raised endangered Ozark and eastern hellbenders released into the wild since 2008 now numbers over 10,000 individuals.

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Hellbender Research Featured in New Documentary

Hellbender Research Featured in New Documentary

Dr. Rod Williams' hellbender research, the Purdue rearing lab and more than 12 years of the lab's work are featured in a new documentary, Hellbender in the Blue, produced by Teardrop Pictures.

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USDA Awards 'Farmers Helping Hellbenders' Project $2.7 Million in Funding

USDA Awards 'Farmers Helping Hellbenders' Project $2.7 Million in Funding

The “Farmers Helping Hellbenders” project is among the projects set to receive funding through the RCCP Classic fund, which uses NRCS contracts and easements with producers, landowners and communities in collaboration with project partners.

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Local Brewery Creates Beer to Help the Hellbender

Local Brewery Creates Beer to Help the Hellbender

Lafayette Brewing Company designed the "Hellbent to Help" fundraiser to help raise funds for hellbender research, conservation and education.

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Conservation Solutions Prevent Further Erosion of Hellbender Habitat

Conservation Solutions Prevent Further Erosion of Hellbender Habitat

The water quality efforts made by producers and landowners in hellbender habitats are helping bring back eastern hellbender populations, restoring unstable streambanks, and reducing severe erosion on working agricultural lands.

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