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Climate Change Planning for Great Plains
Author(s): Steve Zack, Senior Conservation Scientist, szack@wcs.org; Kevin Ellison, Conservation Associate, kellison@wcs.org; Molly Cross, Climate Change Adaptation Coordinator, mcross@wcs.org; Erika Rowland, Climate Change Ecologist, erowland@wcs.org.
Year: 2011
Journal/Source: Workshop Summary
Publisher: WCS
Full Citation: Climate change planning for the Great Plains: Wildlife vulnerability assessment & recommendations for land and grazing management
Conservation Planning for Climate Change Impacts to Lowland Boreal Wetlands in the Adirondack Park, NY
Author(s): Zoe Smith, Michale Glennon, Erika Rowland, and Molly Cross
Year: 2011
Description/Abstract: On November 17-18, 2010, twenty-five stakeholders from multiple agencies, organizations, and academic institutions (Appendix A) gathered for a workshop hosted by the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) in Blue Mountain Lake, NY to initiate planning for the potential impacts of climate change on the lowland boreal wetlands of the Adirondack region. . WCS pre-selected the lowland boreal as a conservation target for this workshop because WCS has been monitoring and documenting changes in the boreal wetland ecosystem of the Adirondacks for decades. This report summarizes the workshop.
Journal/Source: Workshop Summary
Full Citation: Conservation Planning for Climate Change Impacts to Lowland Boreal Wetlands in the Adirondack Park, NY. 2011. Workshop Summary Report from November 117-18, 2010, Blue Mountain Lake, NY. Compiled by Zoe Smith, Michale Glennon, Erika Rowland, and Molly Cross.
Species Feeling the Heat - Connecting Deforestation and Climate Change
Author(s): Kent Redford, WCS
Description/Abstract: This Wildlife Conservation Society report profiles more than a dozen animal species and groups that are facing threats due to climate change impacts including: changing land and sea temperatures; shifting rain patterns; exposure to new pathogens and disease; and increased threats of predation.
Publisher: WCS
Full Citation: WCS. Species Feeling the Heat - Connecting Deforestation and Climate Change
Considering Multiple Futures - Scenario Planning to Address Uncertainty in Natural Resource Conservation (B)
Author(s): Erika L. Rowland, Molly S. Cross, Holly Hartmann
Year: 2014
Journal/Source: USFWS Report
Publisher: USFWS
Full Citation: Considering Multiple Futures - Scenario Planning to Address Uncertainty in Natural Resource Conservation
Assessing Climate Change Vulnerability of Breeding Birds in Arctic Alaska
Author(s): Joe Liebezeit, Erika Rowland, Molly Cross, Steve Zack
Year: 2012
Description/Abstract: Liebezeit, J., E. Rowland, M. Cross, and S. Zack. 2012. Assessing Climate Change Vulnerability of Breeding Birds in Arctic Alaska. A report prepared for the Arctic Landscape Conservation Cooperative. Wildlife Conservation Society, North America Program, Bozeman, MT., 167pp.
Journal/Source: Wildlife Conservation Society
Publisher: Wildlife Conservation Society, North America Program
Full Citation: Assessing Climate Change Vulnerability of Breeding Birds in Arctic Alaska
Climate change in the Adirondacks- The path to sustainability
Author(s): Jerry Jenkins
Description/Abstract: Synopsis of Jerry Jenkins book Climate Change in the Adirondacks
2012 WCS Climate Adaptation Fund Pre-Proposal Application Form
Author(s): Kathryn Socie
Full Citation: 2012 WCS Climate Adaptation Fund Pre-proposal Form
WCS Climate Adaptation Fund- Working to support on-the-ground projects promoting wildlife adaptation to climate change- 2011 Grants List
Author(s): Kathryn Socie
2011 WCS Wildlife Adaptation Fund RFP
Author(s): Wildlife Conservation Society
Climate change in the Adirondacks- The path to sustainability- Overview
Author(s): Jerry Jenkins
Description/Abstract: Fact sheet about Climate Change in the Adirondacks: The Path to Sustainability by Jerry Jenkins.
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