NCCWSC Climate Change Science and Management Webinar Series

The National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center is partnering with the National Conservation Training Center to offer the "Climate Change Science and Management Webinar Series" to highlight NCCWSC and Climate Science Center sponsored science projects related to climate change impacts and adaptation. This webinar series was developed to inform scientists, land and resource managers, and the general public about potential and predicted climate change impacts on fish and wildlife and to help guide resource management decisions across the United States. Instructions for joining the webinars will be provided in advance on the corresponding pages (see below). Video recordings with closed captioning are made available approximately 2 weeks after each presentation. Please see the schedule of upcoming webinars below. To search for information on a specific topic, please use our website search

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Previous Webinars

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Recreational Seascapes: Integrating Human and Mechanical Observations on Hawaiʻi Island
  • Speaker(s):
    • Noelani Puniwai, University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo
    Seascapes symbolize both the physical dimensions of ocean and coastal areas, as well as the meanings humans ascribe to their observations, interactions, and relationships to the sea. In Hawaiʻi, seascapes are... (Read More)
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Development and Implementation of a Regional Tribal Engagement Strategy
  • Speaker(s):
    • April Taylor, Chickasaw Nation, Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, South Central Climate Science Center
    For centuries, Native Americans have relied on natural resources to sustain their families, communities, traditional ways of life, and cultural identities. This relationship with both land and water makes indigenous... (Read More)
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Visualizing the Impact of Future Climate on Pine Forests
  • Speaker(s):
    • Ryan Boyles, North Carolina State University
    Loblolly pine is the most productive and valuable commercial forest species in the southeast U.S. and comprises 80% of the planted forestland in the southeast. Southeastern forests contain 1/3 of the contiguous U.S.... (Read More)
How to Prioritize Key Areas for Conservation Efforts in a Changing Climate: A Look at “Climate Refugia”
  • Speaker(s):
    • Toni Lyn Morelli, Northeast Climate Science Center
    When making important resource management decisions in the face of accelerating impacts from climate change, managers and conservation practitioners must prioritize areas for adaptation actions. “Climate refugia” are... (Read More)
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Turning Ecological Stream Classifications into Actionable Science
  • Speaker(s):
    • Ralph Tingley, Michigan State University
    Hawai'i’s freshwater streams are home to a unique assemblage of endemic fish, shrimp and snails that are threatened by human land uses and a changing climate.  Management products that support decision making in light... (Read More)