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Developing a Portfolio of Mitigation and Adaption Options for Land Managers in the Upper Great Lakes

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Creation
2013-03-12 20:38:02
Start Date
2010-08
End Date
2013-12
Start Date
2010-08-02 22:11:15
End Date
2013-06-28 22:11:15

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Upper Midwest and Great Lakes Landscape Conservation Cooperative(administrator), LCC Network Data Steward(Point of Contact), Upper Midwest & Great Lakes LCC Data Manager(Point of Contact), Benjamin Zuckerberg(Co-Investigator), Karl J. Martin(Co-Investigator), Tricia Knoot(Co-Investigator), Olivia E. LeDee(Co-Investigator), 2013-03-12(creation), 2010-08(Start), 2013-12(End), Developing a Portfolio of Mitigation and Adaption Options for Land Managers in the Upper Great Lakes

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As a major threat to global biodiversity, climate change will alter where and how we manage conservation lands (e.g., parks, refuges, wildlife management areas, natural areas). As a new challenge with high uncertainty, many conservation practitioners have yet to consider how to minimize their greenhouse gas contributions (i.e., mitigation), or reduce the vulnerability of natural systems to climatechange (i.e., adaptation). This is particularly true for conservation land managers; because they are often pressed for time and resources, few have initiated long-term climate change planning and amended management activities. Furthermore, where available, climate change guidance is often coarse-level, vague, and beyond their purview. [...]

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value As a major threat to global biodiversity, climate change will alter where and how we manage conservation lands (e.g., parks, refuges, wildlife management areas, natural areas). As a new challenge with high uncertainty, many conservation practitioners have yet to consider how to minimize their greenhouse gas contributions (i.e., mitigation), or reduce the vulnerability of natural systems to climatechange (i.e., adaptation). This is particularly true for conservation land managers; because they are often pressed for time and resources, few have initiated long-term climate change planning and amended management activities. Furthermore, where available, climate change guidance is often coarse-level, vague, and beyond their purview. [...]
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year2010
fundingSources
amount100050.0
recipientWisconsin Department of Natural Resources
sourceU.S. Environmental Protection Agency
totalFunds100050.0
year2011
fundingSources
amount90000.0
recipientWisconsin Department of Natural Resources
sourceU.S. Environmental Protection Agency
totalFunds90000.0
year2012
fundingSources
amount30000.0
recipientWisconsin Department of Natural Resources
sourceU.S. Environmental Protection Agency
totalFunds30000.0
year2013
fundingSources
amount75325.0
recipientWisconsin Department of Natural Resources
sourceU.S. Environmental Protection Agency
totalFunds75325.0
totalFunds295375.0

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  • Upper Midwest and Great Lakes Landscape Conservation Cooperative

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