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Communicating and Using Uncertainty in Conservation

The Southeast Climate Science Center funded a…Continue

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The Real Reason We Hunt

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Willamette Partnership - Annual Report

Willamette%20Partnership%20AnnualReport%202011.pdfThis annual report by the Willamette Partnership has some good info in it.  It's a quick easy read.I'm also attaching the 3-part series on water quality trading, In It Together: A How-To Reference for Building Point-Nonpoint Water Quality Trading…See More
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Wide Angle View for January/February Newsletter

What's new on the horizon for 2013Happy New Year!  Yes, we're already well into February, but it's still early enough in 2013 to call this a new year in the GCPO LCC.  2012 was a year of growth for the GCPO LCC, and we'll soon be releasing our annual report, which will highlight some of our key accomplishments from last year.  Some of the achievements that stick out most in my mind include the formation of the Adaptation Science Management Team, and that group's first meeting last September in…See More
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The costs of climate change in coastal cities

https://www.nationaljournal.com/magazine/the-scary-truth-about-how-much-climate-change-is-costing-you-20130207Interesting article on the costs of maintaining our coastal cities in the face of rising sea levels and increased flooding. Sobering economic statistics.See More
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Meeting Notes and Materials from Tuesday's web meeting are available

We have posted the meeting notes, presentations, and associated materials from the Steering Cmte's web meeting on January 29.  They are on the Steering Cmte 411 group page.See More
Jan 31
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Steering Cmte Presentation from Jan 29, 2013

If you missed yesterday's presentation during the Steering Cmte webex, you can click here to access it.Hope you enjoy this Prezi presentation.  Let me know if you have any issues accessing the presentation.See More
Jan 30
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SHC in Action in the FWS

All - wanted to make sure you saw Glenn Constant's excellent blog from the other day, on how the Fisheries program of the FWS is making some important changes to better align themselves with LCCs in the southeast, and proactively taking on the challenges of putting Strategic Habitat Conservation into action.  Thanks Glenn, for an excellent blog post.See More
Jan 25
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South Central Climate Science Center - Science Workshop, November 2012

I attended the South Central Climate Science Center (SC CSC)Science Workshop in Ft. Worth, TX, November 29-30, and greatly enjoyed the opportunity to meet and interact with a great variety of scientists working within that consortium.  The purpose of the meeting was to identify near and long term, high priority research topics for the SC CSC.  If you’re not familiar with the SC CSC, it’s one of 3 regional CSCs that overlap the GCPO…See More
Dec 19, 2012
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Wildlife Habitat System for the Nation

Here's a blog I posted this morning on the need for LCCs to lead an effort to establish a wildlife habitat system for the nation.See More
Dec 4, 2012
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A National Habitat System for Wildlife Conservation

Recently, an article came out in the November 2012 issue of BioScience, entitled “A State-based National Network for Effective Wildlife Conservation”. (Meretsky et al. 2012, BioScience 62: 970–976,…See More
Dec 4, 2012
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Thanks to Mark Musaus, Ron Seiss, and Gene Gardner for their service on the Steering Committee

The GCPO LCC has some big shoes to fill in its Steering Committee leadership.  Mark Musaus, our Steering Committee Chair, recently announced that he will be retiring from the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service at the end of this year, after a 38-year career in the Service.  And, Ron Seiss, our Vice-chair, also announced his retirement from the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks, as he moves on to a new path in his conservation career with The Nature Conservancy.  It’s hard to…See More
Nov 19, 2012

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Wide Angle View for January/February Newsletter

What's new on the horizon for 2013

Happy New Year!  Yes, we're already well into February, but it's still early enough in 2013 to call this a new year in the GCPO LCC.  2012 was a year of growth for the GCPO LCC, and we'll soon be releasing our annual report, which will highlight some of our key accomplishments from last year.  Some of the achievements that stick out most in my mind include the formation of the Adaptation Science Management Team, and…

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Posted on February 18, 2013 at 11:00pm

South Central Climate Science Center - Science Workshop, November 2012

I attended the South Central Climate Science Center (SC CSC)Science Workshop in Ft. Worth, TX, November 29-30, and greatly enjoyed the opportunity to meet and interact with a great variety of scientists working within that consortium.  The purpose of the meeting was to identify near and long term, high priority research topics for the SC CSC.  If you’re not familiar with the SC CSC, it’s one of 3…

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Posted on December 19, 2012 at 12:15pm

A National Habitat System for Wildlife Conservation

Recently, an article came out in the November 2012 issue of BioScience, entitled A State-based National Network for Effective Wildlife Conservation. (Meretsky et al. 2012, BioScience 62: 970–976,…

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Posted on December 4, 2012 at 8:30am

Thanks to Mark Musaus, Ron Seiss, and Gene Gardner for their service on the Steering Committee

The GCPO LCC has some big shoes to fill in its Steering Committee leadership.  Mark Musaus, our Steering Committee Chair, recently announced that he will be retiring from the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service at the end of this year, after a 38-year career in the Service.  And, Ron Seiss, our Vice-chair, also announced his retirement from the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks, as he moves on to a new path in his conservation career with The…

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Posted on October 4, 2012 at 10:00am

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At 11:30am on January 12, 2011, Jan Dean said…

Greg,

Let me also say, "Welcome aboard."  It's a bit chilly today, but we will be thinking more about gar in the days ahead.

At 11:27am on January 12, 2011, Ricky Campbell said…

Hey Greg

Welcome aboard.  We have never formally met but I have been actively involved with a lot of TWRA projects for the best part of my 27 year career with FWS. I look forward to working with you in the GCPO LCC as we move resource conservation to the next level.

 

 
 
 

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