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Webinars

The "Climate Change Science and Management Webinar Series" is a quarterly webinar series hosted by the National CASC. Speakers discuss CASC-funded research projects on climate change effects on fish, wildlife, and communities across the U.S. and how these results can inform resource management decisions at local, state, and federal levels. Browse past webinars by topic below. 

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Webinar: Collaborative Development of a Framework to Assess NPS Cultural Resources Vulnerabilities to Climate Change in the Intermountain Region

Join this webinar to learn more about a collaboration between CASC researchers, the National Park Service and members of the Tribes in the Intermountain region to create a tool for assessing cultural resource vulnerability!
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Webinar: Collaborative Development of a Framework to Assess NPS Cultural Resources Vulnerabilities to Climate Change in the Intermountain Region

Join this webinar to learn more about a collaboration between CASC researchers, the National Park Service and members of the Tribes in the Intermountain region to create a tool for assessing cultural resource vulnerability!
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Webinar: The RAD (Resist-Accept-Direct) Climate Adaptation Framework

Join this webinar to learn more about the Resist-Accept-Direct (RAD) framework, a decision-making tool that helps resource managers make informed strategies for responding to ecological changes resulting from climate change!
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Webinar: The RAD (Resist-Accept-Direct) Climate Adaptation Framework

Join this webinar to learn more about the Resist-Accept-Direct (RAD) framework, a decision-making tool that helps resource managers make informed strategies for responding to ecological changes resulting from climate change!
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Webinar: Developing divergent, plausible, and relevant climate futures for near- and long-term resource planning

View this webinar to learn how scientists use scenario planning as a tool to prepare for a changing climate.
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Webinar: Developing divergent, plausible, and relevant climate futures for near- and long-term resource planning

View this webinar to learn how scientists use scenario planning as a tool to prepare for a changing climate.
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Webinar: Ridge-to-Reef and Icefield-to-Ocean: Collaborative Research in Extreme Environments

This webinar discussed how Alaska and Pacific Islands CASC scientists are responding to climate change challenges through cross-regional research, cultural engagement, and synthesis.
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Webinar: Ridge-to-Reef and Icefield-to-Ocean: Collaborative Research in Extreme Environments

This webinar discussed how Alaska and Pacific Islands CASC scientists are responding to climate change challenges through cross-regional research, cultural engagement, and synthesis.
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Webinar: Setting Habitat Protection and Restoration Priorities in a Warming World: Lessons from Wyoming

View this webinar to learn how North Central CASC supported scientists are working with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department to respond to a warming climate.
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Webinar: Setting Habitat Protection and Restoration Priorities in a Warming World: Lessons from Wyoming

View this webinar to learn how North Central CASC supported scientists are working with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department to respond to a warming climate.
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Webinar: Managing Post-Fire, Climate-Induced Vegetation Transitions

View this webinar to learn more about a science and management synthesis on managing post-fire, climate-induced vegetation transitions in the Northwest.
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Webinar: Managing Post-Fire, Climate-Induced Vegetation Transitions

View this webinar to learn more about a science and management synthesis on managing post-fire, climate-induced vegetation transitions in the Northwest.
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Webinar: Climate Adaptation Science to Support Amphibian Conservation in the U.S. Caribbean

View this webinar to learn more about a climate-informed adaptation strategy for vulnerable species in the Caribbean.
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Webinar: Climate Adaptation Science to Support Amphibian Conservation in the U.S. Caribbean

View this webinar to learn more about a climate-informed adaptation strategy for vulnerable species in the Caribbean.
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Webinar: Response of Big Sagebrush Plant Communities to Climate Change, Grazing, and Cheatgrass Throughout the 21st Century

View this webinar to learn how warming and changing landscapes will affect big sagebrush plant communities.
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Webinar: Response of Big Sagebrush Plant Communities to Climate Change, Grazing, and Cheatgrass Throughout the 21st Century

View this webinar to learn how warming and changing landscapes will affect big sagebrush plant communities.
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Webinar: Timing is Everything: How Fish and Wildlife are Responding to Climate Change Through Shifts in the Timing of Life Events

View this webinar to learn how warming conditions are affecting the seasonal timing of recurring life history events (such as breeding, feeding, and movements) for species across the Gulf of Maine.
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Webinar: Timing is Everything: How Fish and Wildlife are Responding to Climate Change Through Shifts in the Timing of Life Events

View this webinar to learn how warming conditions are affecting the seasonal timing of recurring life history events (such as breeding, feeding, and movements) for species across the Gulf of Maine.
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Webinar: Transboundary Connectivity Conservation for a Changing Climate

View this webinar to learn more about planning for transboundary connectivity and identifying possible adaptation options.
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Webinar: Transboundary Connectivity Conservation for a Changing Climate

View this webinar to learn more about planning for transboundary connectivity and identifying possible adaptation options.
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Webinar: A Coastal Hazard Assessment with High-Resolution Data: A Pacific Island Case Study

View this webinar to learn how Pacific Islands CASC supported researchers are using high resolution data to assess the Pacific Islands vulnerability to coastal hazards.
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Webinar: A Coastal Hazard Assessment with High-Resolution Data: A Pacific Island Case Study

View this webinar to learn how Pacific Islands CASC supported researchers are using high resolution data to assess the Pacific Islands vulnerability to coastal hazards.
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Webinar: Using Decision Tools to Design the Everglades Headwaters National Wildlife Refuge

View this webinar to learn how decision tools may be used to help managers identify habitat that meet land management objectives.
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Webinar: Using Decision Tools to Design the Everglades Headwaters National Wildlife Refuge

View this webinar to learn how decision tools may be used to help managers identify habitat that meet land management objectives.
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