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Annual Report 2020Center for Large Landscape Conservation Newsletters & Annual Reports
2020 Report
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Blackfeet Climate Adaptation PlanWagner G, Reuling M, Khumalo L, Paul K, Cross M Community Resilience
2018 Plan

This plan is the result of the unique holistic Blackfeet Nation planning process that includes all parts of tribal government, ... Read more >

This plan is the result of the unique holistic Blackfeet Nation planning process that includes all parts of tribal government, while respectfully considering traditional values and a collective community vision for the future. The resulting plan will lead the way for communities looking to integrate climate adaptation planning into human health and resource management.

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Challenges and Opportunities for Large Landscape-Scale Management in a Shifting Climate: The Importance of Nested Adaptation Responses Across Geospatial and Temporal ScalesTabor G, Carlson A, Belote T Corridors & Crossings
Science & Research
2014 Report

Drawing from the Center's experience in collaborative forest restoration and management, this report examines the challenges and opportunities relating to ... Read more >

Drawing from the Center’s experience in collaborative forest restoration and management, this report examines the challenges and opportunities relating to climate adaptation implementation and larger scale conservation by focusing on specific lessons learned from a landscape-scale, on-the-ground project within the Yellowstone to Yukon region.

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Climate Change Futures: Health, Ecological and Economic DimensionsEpstein P, Tabor G, Mills E Community Resilience
Science & Research
2005 Report

This assessment of climate change addresses trends, case studies and scenarios. Bold initiatives and innovative measures spearheading a properly funded, ... Read more >

This assessment of climate change addresses trends, case studies and scenarios. Bold initiatives and innovative measures spearheading a properly funded, well-insured clean energy transition can create the blueprint for a sustainable engine of growth for the 21st Century.

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Climate Change Is Really Bugging Our ForestsEpstein P, Tabor G Corridors & Crossings
Science & Research
2003 Press and Media

Discusses bark beetle impacts in the face of climate change and wildfire regimes, citing drought weakened forest stands as drivers ... Read more >

Discusses bark beetle impacts in the face of climate change and wildfire regimes, citing drought weakened forest stands as drivers of increased infestation and ultimately increased fuel availability.

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Climate Change, Wine and ConservationHannah L, Roehrdanz P, Ikegami M, Shaw R, Tabor G Science & Research
2013

Shifting patterns of agricultural production in response to climate change has received little attention as a potential impact pathway for ... Read more >

Shifting patterns of agricultural production in response to climate change has received little attention as a potential impact pathway for ecosystems. This article demonstrates that on a global scale, the impacts of climate change on viticultural suitability are substantial, leading to possible conservation conflicts in land use and freshwater ecosystems.

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Cost–Benefit Analyses of Mitigation Measures Aimed at Reducing Collisions with Large Ungulates in the United States and Canada: A Decision Support ToolHuijser M, Duffield J, Clevenger A, Ament R, McGowen P Corridors & Crossings
Science & Research
2009 Journal Article

Wildlife-vehicle collisions, especially with deer, elk, and moose are numerous and have shown an increasing trend over the last several ... Read more >

Wildlife-vehicle collisions, especially with deer, elk, and moose are numerous and have shown an increasing trend over the last several decades in the United States and Canada. This provides in depth cost-benefit analysis of wildlife-vehicle collisions, introducing a valuable decision making tool for determining mitigation measures to reduce ungulate–vehicle collisions.

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COVID-19 Response Corridors & Crossings
Science & Research
2020 News and Updates

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Crown of the Continent Ecosystem: The Glacier-Great Bear Connectivity Conservation Area BriefingAment R, Creech T Corridors & Crossings
2016 Brief

The Crown of the Continent Ecosystem (COTC) is one of the only large, relatively intact ecosystems remaining in North America ... Read more >

The Crown of the Continent Ecosystem (COTC) is one of the only large, relatively intact ecosystems remaining in North America and serves as a stronghold for native wildlife in the Rocky Mountain region. This briefing exposes the Glacier-Great Bear Connectivity Conservation Area (GGBCCA) as a glaring exception to this otherwise well protected and connected region.

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CSKT Climate Change Adaptation PlanDurglo M Community Resilience
2013 Plan

The Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes (CSKT) Climate Change Strategic Plan represents an early step towards addressing the impacts of ... Read more >

The Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes (CSKT) Climate Change Strategic Plan represents an early step towards addressing the impacts of climate change on the Flathead Reservation in Montana. The purpose of this initiative is to improve the Tribal community and Natural Resources Department’s resiliency by effectively informing climate change impact planning decisions made by the Tribes. It is designed to initiate collectively-beneficial climate change impact mitigation and adaptation solutions.

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