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Wednesday, December 5 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
E1. Planning for Climate Change

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Incorporating climate-change data into conservation planning
  • Justin Beckers - Interactive application exploring climate displacement in North American protected areas
  • Carlos Carroll - Understanding and using climate-adaptation-related spatial data in regional conservation planning
  • Diana Stralberg - Incorporating climate-change refugia and corridors in conservation planning

Speakers
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Justin Beckers

Canadian Forest Service
We present an interactive web application that has the potential to inform conservation initiatives and contribute to assessing climate change vulnerabilities and adaptation in protected areas, both locally and regionally. The application transforms previously published climate velocity... Read More →
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Carlos Carroll

Klamath Center for Conservation Research
The unprecedented challenge of climate change has led managers to search for new types of information for identifying areas whose conservation would facilitate persistence of biodiversity in the face of this novel threat. However, the uncertainty and complexity of climate science... Read More →
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Diana Stralberg

University of Alberta
To inform broad-scale conservation priorities in a changing climate, multiple integrative metrics of conservation value have been proposed and mapped across large areas of North America. Previous syntheses have demonstrated the general lack of concordance among such metrics, suggesting... Read More →


Wednesday December 5, 2018 11:00am - 12:00pm
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  • Moderator Hayley Datoo
  • AV Assistant Rachelle Linde