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Workshop Planning Call: Thu Feb 19, 2015 10:30am – 11:30am (EST)

Fourth planning call to discuss Brook Trout - Stream Temperature workshop to be held April 7 - 8th 2015 in Hadley MA.

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Planning Team call: Brook Trout - Stream Temperature workshop

Changed: Brook trout - stream temperature workshop planning - one hour Earlier than usual!!!! Call in number: DOI: 703-648-4848 code: 87245# Non-DOI: 855-547-8255 code: 87245#

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Webinar: South Carolina Stream Assessment Tool

Watershed Decision Tool Webinar Series Topic: South Carolina Stream Assessment Tool Presenter: Dr. Mark Scott, South Carolina Department of Natural Resources

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Climate and Conservation Coffee

Join others in the Triangle area landscape conservation and climate change community for coffee and conversation on the 1st Thursday of each month at 9 am. In June, let’s meet at Cup a Joe in Mission Valley shopping center, probably at one of the outside tables. This is a new format for what used to be the Triangle Climate and Landscape Researchers’ Brown Bag lunch

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Third Thursday Web Forum: Updates and applications of USGS Gap Analysis Project data

“Updates and applications of USGS Gap Analysis Project data” with Nathan Tarr, Research Associate at the Biodiversity and Spatial Information Center within the North Carolina Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit

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NCA4 Webinar Series Key Message 4 - Economic and Health Risks for Rural Communities

A Guide to Understanding Economic and Health Risks for Rural Communities in the Southeast. NCA4 Webinar Series - Key Message 4.

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South Atlantic Web Forum on Thursday - How decision-makers view the evolution of wildlife conservation challenges in the Southeast

Join us on Thursday for a presentation by Kathryn Jewell, Graduate Research Assistant in Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology at North Carolina State University

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You're Invited - Clarifying Science Needs for Southeastern Grasslands: The Piedmont, Coastal Plain, and Beyond-June 18, 2020

Join us via Zoom for this collaborative webinar series hosted by the Southeast CASC and the South Atlantic Conservation Blueprint team. The SE CASC South Atlantic Spring/Summer Science Series will take the place of the South Atlantic Third Thursday Web Forum for the spring and summer months. We hope you will join us as we highlight some of the SE CASC funded science projects relevant to conservation throughout the Southeast and South Atlantic region.

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The Southeast Climate Adaptation Science Center's Global Change Fellows present: Disaster Recovery During a Global Pandemic

The Global Change Fellows of the Southeast Climate Adaptation Science Center have congregated a multi-disciplinary panel to address how COVID-19 has affected disaster recovery and community resilience strategies. The seminar will be structured as a panel discussion among scientists and professionals from the Eastern and Western regions of the United States, and the Caribbean. They will bring their expertise and experience as they answer questions provided by the Fellows and audience members. Our panelists will explore the changes and adjustments to disaster recovery due to COVID-19 and discuss the implications for future actions on disaster recovery and community resilience.

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Webinar: Pine health issues in the southeastern U.S.

Several biotic and abiotic stressors, including insects, pathogens, and weather, can impact pine growth in the Southeast. Dr. David Coyle (Clemson University) will provide a general overview of identification, impact, and management strategies for pine health in the region.

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Tennessee River Basin Network Annual Meeting Aug 10 & 11 2021

You are a vital part of our Network! Come join us virtually to continue our collective work towards a Tennessee River Basin where aquatic and human life thrive!

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