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Connectivity And Climate Change Workshop

  • University of Nevada Reno, NV (map)

The Great Basin Science Delivery Project in collaboration with the Great Basin Connectivity Working Group hosted a full-day workshop at the University of Nevada, Reno on maintaining connectivity in the region as land use and climate change. A multidisciplinary team of agency and university researchers presented assessments of current connectivity of riparian vegetation and of habitat for animals including Greater Sage-Grouse, and presented projections of connectivity for multiple species of animals and plants under different scenarios of environmental change.                                                                       

Download Workshop Presentations:
Eugénie MontBlanc - Great Basin Science Delivery Project
Jeanne ChaMBers - Great Basin Research and Management Partnership
Mike Pellant - Great Basin Landscape Conservation Cooperative
Bob Alverts - Great Basin Environmental Program
Steve Knick - Connectivity for Greater Sage Grouse
Dave Dobkin - Connectivity for Breeding Birds
Brett Dickson - Connectivity of riparian areas
Erica Fleishman - Projecting current and future connectivity
Carlos Carroll - Connectivity toolkit
Tosha Comendant - Data Basin