On March 12 at noon, Bill Pyle, Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge, will present findings from his project "Monitoring temperature of sockeye salmon nursery lakes of Kodiak, Togiak, and Alaska Peninsula/Becharof National Wildlife Refuges, Alaska".
Sarah Saalfeld (Manomet Center for Conservation Sciences & USFWS) presented recent results from her Western Alaska LCC-funded project. A recording of her webinar, titled "Predicting waterbird nest distributions on the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta of Alaska" is available now.
Ben Jones (USGS) and Chris Arp (UAF) presented a webinar on their project "Thermal response of Western Alaska lakes to changes in climate". If you missed the presentation, check back soon-a recording will be available soon.
The Western Alaska LCC is a partnership whose purpose is to lend science support to conservation actions. Many conservation challenges are taking place on a landscape level, and by working together to identify shared priorities and needs, partners in the Western Alaska LCC all stand to gain products and tools to help them work more effectively in the face of landscape-scale stressors including climate change.
"The Western Alaska Landscape Conservation Cooperative promotes coordination, dissemination, and development of applied science to inform landscape level conservation, including terrestrial-marine linkages, in the face of landscape scale stressors, focusing on climate change"