Tuul River Basin Report Card Stakeholder Workshop Summary (Page 1)

Tuul River Basin Report Card Stakeholder Workshop Summary

Simon Costanzo, Dylan Taillie ·
12 December 2017

Participants from various government, private and non-governmental organizations converged on Ulaanbaatar for the three day report card workshop in mid-October 2017. Participants were identified by the Tuul River Basin Authority and WWF-Mongolia to represent key stakeholder groups that have interests in the Tuul River Basin, and help shape the report card development. The workshop had a huge turn out and indicators to assess the health of the basin were identified.


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Southern Coastal Systems ecosystem health workshop (Page 1)

Southern Coastal Systems ecosystem health workshop

Alexandra Fries, Bill Nuttle, Caroline Donovan, Emily Nastase, Heath Kelsey ·
7 December 2017

This newsletter describes the results from the first of the regional workshops to develop the Everglades Report Card and 2019 System Status Report. The Southern Coastal Systems team worked with the Integration and Application Network to begin identifying key indicators and narratives of the Southern Coastal Systems for these two documents. This two-day workshop, held in Davie, Florida, was the first of three regional workshops to develop the Everglades Report Card and 2019 System Status Report.


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Greater Everglades region ecosystem health workshop (Page 1)

Greater Everglades region ecosystem health workshop

Alexandra Fries, Bill Nuttle, Caroline Donovan, Emily Nastase, Heath Kelsey ·
7 December 2017

This newsletter describes the results from the second of the regional workshops to develop the Everglades Report Card and 2019 System Status Report. The Greater Everglades team worked with the Integration and Application Network to begin identifying key indicators and narratives of the Greater Everglades region for these two documents. This two-day workshop, held in Davie, Florida, was the second of three regional workshops to develop the Everglades Report Card and 2019 System Status Report.


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Lake Okeechobee ecosystem health workshop (Page 1)

Lake Okeechobee ecosystem health workshop

Alexandra Fries, Bill Nuttle, Caroline Donovan, Emily Nastase, Heath Kelsey ·
7 December 2017

This newsletter describes the results from the third of the regional workshops to develop the Everglades Report Card and 2019 System Status Report. The Lake Okeechobee team worked with the Integration and Application Network to begin identifying key indicators and narratives of Lake Okeechobee for these two documents. This two-day workshop, held in West Palm Beach, Florida, was the third and last regional workshop to develop the Everglades Report Card and 2019 System Status Report.


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Northern Estuaries ecosystem health workshop (Page 1)

Northern Estuaries ecosystem health workshop

Alexandra Fries, Bill Nuttle, Caroline Donovan, Emily Nastase, Heath Kelsey ·
7 December 2017

This newsletter describes the results from the third of the regional workshops to develop the Everglades Report Card and 2019 System Status Report. The Northern Estuaries team worked with the Integration and Application Network to begin identifying key indicators and narratives of the Northern Estuaries for these two documents. This two-day workshop, held in West Palm Beach, Florida, was the third and last regional workshop to develop the Everglades Report Card and 2019 System Status Report.


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Ecological Drought in the Northwest United States (Page 1)

Ecological Drought in the Northwest United States

Brianne Walsh, Simon Costanzo, Bill Dennison ·
21 November 2017

The Department of the Interior Climate Science Centers (CSCs) and their managing organization, the National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center at the U.S. Geological Survey, have chosen the emerging climate science field of Ecological Drought as a research focus area. This newsletter highlights the outcomes of two, one-day workshops held in Portland, OR, and Boise, ID, as part of a series of meetings at each of the nation’s eight CSCs.


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Ecological Drought in the Southwest United States (Page 1)

Ecological Drought in the Southwest United States

Brianne Walsh, Simon Costanzo, Bill Dennison ·
21 November 2017

The Department of the Interior Climate Science Centers (CSCs) and their managing organization, the National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center at the U.S. Geological Survey, have chosen the emerging climate science field of Ecological Drought as a research focus area. This newsletter highlights the outcomes of a two-day workshop held in Tucson, Arizona as part of a series of meetings at each of the nation’s eight CSCs.


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Belmont Forum booklet (Page 1)

Belmont Forum booklet

Alexandra Fries, Vanessa Vargas-Nguyen, Emily Nastase ·
16 November 2017

This booklet provides an overview on the Belmont Forum including its history and structure. Within the booklet you can learn about The Belmont Challenge and how to become a member. Readers can also learn about current and past projects as well as the current members and partners of the Belmont Forum.


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Creating a matrix for cross-goal collaborations (Page 1)

Creating a matrix for cross-goal collaborations

Caroline Donovan, Alexandra Fries, Suzanne Spitzer, Dylan Taillie ·
16 November 2017

This poster describes an indicator matrix developed by the Chesapeake Monitoring Cooperative. The matrix demonstrates the overlapping objectives between the Chesapeake Bay Program’s Management Strategies and volunteer monitoring groups. The matrix can enhance understanding and inspire more monitoring, which will be used for restoration across all Bay Program goals (i.e., clean water, abundant life, conserved lands, and engaged communities).


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