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Landscape Conservation Design brings people together around landscape-scale data in order to co-create strategies that conserve things we care about.
Remotely sensed data are valuable for monitoring, assessing, and managing impacts on arid and semi-arid lands caused by drought or other changes in the natural environment.
Dr. Kevin Price served for 28 years as a professor at Utah State University, University of Kansas and Kansas State University.
The recent landfalls of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Hurricane Maria, demonstrate the importance of climate data for companies concerned with resilience planning. View this webinar for infomration on real-world use of climate data.
Presenter: Justin Meissen, Research and Restoration Program Manager, University of Northern Iowa, Tallgrass Prairie Center
This presentation from the 2018 Small Gardens Symposium provides information on how to track living collections data and different record keeping forms and database options.
The water quality benefits of forests are widely accepted, yet very few studies have successfully quantified the runoff and pollutant-reducing impacts of trees in the urban landscape.
Although only a minority of plant species have a specific human use, many more play important roles in natural ecosystems and the services they provide, and rare species are more likely to have unusual traits that could be useful in the future.
This publication reviews the accession data quality and record keeping at 21 botanic gardens, 35 gardens with National Council for the Conservation of Plants and Gardens (NCCPG) collections, and eight other significant gardens in the
Despite the severe threats to plant habitats and high levels of extinction risk for plant species in many parts of the world, plant conservation priorities are often poorly represented in national and global frameworks because of a lack of data in an ac