October 18, 2017
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Nov 5-9, 2017


News & Events
Webinar: Does thinking concretely about climate change promote support for carbon emissions reductions? Results from a national survey

October 19, 2017
11AM - 12PM

Presenter: 
Ann Bostrom, Weyerhaeuser Endowed Professor in Environmental Policy

Tune into this webinar to learn about current research into strategies to overcome psychological barriers to accepting the science of climate change

Join webex here
The Wildlife Society Western Section Annual Meeting

February 5-9, 2017
Abstracts Due: October 26, 2017
Santa Rosa, CA

The Western Section of The Wildlife Society's Annual Meeting attracts a diverse blend of over 600 wildlife professionals, managers, students, and academics who study and manage wildlife species, habitats, and issues related to their conservation.

Attendees come from the Section (California, Nevada, and Hawaii) and all over the western United States.  Participants will attend concurrent technical sessions spanning a broad spectrum of topics, learn about a wide variety of studies and projects during the poster session, enjoy a keynote address, engage in a plenary discussion about  Communicating Science, and take advantage of the opportunity to network with peers and experts.


CA LCC Webinar: 
Sea-level rise effects on coastal wetlands in Southern California 

October 31, 2017
11AM - 12PM

Presenter: 
Eric Stein, Southern California Coastal Water Research Projectct

Join this webinar to learn about a standardized approach to assessing impacts of SLR to tidal marshes. The approach was applied to approximately 100 wetlands along the Southern California coast and the webinar will discuss how the results can inform management of coastal wetlands.

Register here
Webinar: Restoring Native Plant Communities: Soil and Hydrology Suited Planning Tools

October 31, 2017 
11 AM - 12 PM

This webinar will highlight resources that can aid in the identification and selection of native plant communities adapted to the ecological conditions of a restoration site. 

Video of the Week - Will Climate Change Ruin the White Abalone's Last Chance at Survival?


Good Reads


Dams in California - Public Policy Institute of California 

After the storms have passed: Rebuilding with climate change in mind - Bulletin of Atomic Scientists 

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