NE CSC Colloquium

 The NE CSC Colloquium: Translating Climate Science for Resource Managers

For more information or to view the recording of a webinar, please click on the webinar title in the table below.

Date Speaker Webinar Title
November 28, 2012
Christine Hatch, Department of Geosciences, University of Massachusetts
What Stakeholders Need to Know about the Relationships between Water Resources and Climate Change
October 31, 2012
Marta Vicarelli, Department of Economics, University of Massachusetts and School of Forestry, Yale University
El Nino and Mexican Children: Medium-Term Effects of Early-Life Weather Shocks on Cognitive and Health Outcomes
October 25, 2012
Levi Brekke, Bureau of Reclamation, Research and Development Office
Approaches for Integrating Climate Change into Water Resources Planning
October 3, 2012
David Diamond, Director of the Missouri Resource Assessment Partnership
Mapping of Current Vegetation: Comparing Different Methods for Texas
September 12, 2012
Vincent Viguie, Research Fellow of the International Center of Research on the Environment and Development, France
Urban Modeling to Inform Climate Policies: A Case-Study on the Paris Urban Area  
April 18, 2012
David Liebl, University of Wisconsin
Stakeholder Participation for Climate Adaptation - the Wisconsin Initiative on Climate Change Impacts  
April 11, 2012
Linda Deegan, Marine Biological Laboratory
Trouble on the edge: Coastal ecosystems in a changing world  
April 4, 2012
Frank R. Thompson III, USDA Forest Service Northern Research Station, Columbia, MO
Linking ecosystem, landscape, wildlife, and climate models to predict changes to central hardwood landscapes and wildlife  
March 28, 2012
Jay Lund, University of California Davis
Managing California’s Water with Climate Change  
March 14, 2012
College of Menominee Nation
Shifting Seasons: Tribal Communities Fostering Resiliency to Climate Change  

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