A webinar hosted by the Rocky Mountain Research Station and the US Forest Service Rocky Mountain Region
- a grassland manager who is wondering how changing weather and climate patterns will affect your ability to ensure sustainable use of natural resources?
- a conservation practitioner concerned about the future of biodiversity in the Great Plains?
- uncertain about the future of grasslands and confused about your role in finding solutions?
|Climate change impacts, consequences, and response strategies in the Great Plains: an overview of context, research management interactions, and research capacity: Dennis Ojima (Colorado State University)||video | slides|
|Implications of global change for grassland plant communities: Jack Morgan and Dana Blumenthal (ARS)||video | slides|
|Estimating impacts of forecasted climate on rangeland productivity: Matt Reeves (RMRS)||video | slides|
|Adaptation strategies for livestock management in Great Plains rangelands: Justin Derner and David Augustine (ARS)||video | slides|
|The role of climate change in exacerbating other environmental threats in the Great Plains: Deborah Finch and Paulette Ford (RMRS)||video | slides|
|Managing for species diversity under climate change: implications of future change for prairie dogs and their cohorts: Megan Friggens (RMRS)||video | slides|
|Grassland bird conservation, their migrations, and grazing management, amid the changing climate of the Great Plains: Steve Zack and Kevin Ellison (Wildlife Conservation Society)||video | slides|
|Soil carbon and carbon calculators: Keith Paustian (Colorado State University)||video | slides|
|Scanning the conservation horizon: using climate change vulnerability assessments: Bruce Stein (National Wildlife Federation)||video | slides|
|Seeing the elephant: National Grasslands socioeconomic trends within the context of climate change: Richard Periman (USFS)||video | slides|
|Using experience and science to develop adaptation actions for the grasslands: Linda Joyce (RMRS)||video | slides|
|What is the Forest Service response to climate change? Elizabeth Reinhardt (USFS)||video | slides|