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United States
28° 43' 33.312" N, 81° 25' 50.3904" W
Author Name(s): 
Sara O’Brien, Natalie Dubois, Judith Boshoven, Katie Theoharides, Beth Stys, Tim O’Meara

Project Summary/Overview

Defenders of Wildlife (DoW) is working with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission’s (FWC) Climate Change Team and Workgroups to define a process to incorporate climate change information into agency planning and decision making. This process will be designed to help guide agency efforts to develop an integrated climate change response strategy that can fulfill the needs of the State Wildlife Action Plan (SWAP) and other agency planning efforts.

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337 W. Rosemary St. Campus Box 1105
27599-1105 Chapel Hill, NC
United States
35° 54' 40.6728" N, 79° 3' 47.196" W
Organization Overview: 

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has comprehensive programs throughout campus, covering literally every aspect of environmental study. The UNC Institute for the Environment helps these individual departments and centers join together in interdisciplinary research, education and engagement, and creates new areas of study in response to some of our most pressing environmental challenges.

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1298 S. Knoles Drive Northern Arizona University Building 56, Room 140
86011 Flagstaff, AZ
United States
35° 12' 34.9992" N, 111° 38' 35.0376" W
Organization Overview: 

The Southern Colorado Plateau Inventory and Monitoring Network (SCPN) is one of the 32 networks created as part of the Natural Resource Challenge of 1999.  The SCPN is composed of 19 parks located throughout the diverse landscapes of northern Arizona, northwestern New Mexico, southwestern Colorado and southern Utah. Most of the park units lie within the southern Colorado Plateau ecoregion, but a few parks are allied with the Arizona-New Mexico Mountains and Southern Rocky Mountains ecoregions.

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99 Pacific Street, Suite 155A

93940 Monterey, CA
United States
36° 36' 24.1524" N, 121° 54' 15.4692" W
Organization Overview: 

The Center for Ocean Solutions (COS) is a collaboration among Stanford University’s Woods Institute for the Environment and Hopkins Marine Station, the Monterey Bay Aquarium and the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI). Located at Stanford and in Monterey, California, COS is uniquely placed within a premier research university and is in partnership with MBARI, a leading ocean science/engineering research institution, and the Monterey Bay Aquarium, which defines excellence in their outreach to the public and to decision makers regarding ocean issues.

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525 West Allegan Street P.O. Box 30473
48909-7973 Lansing, MI
United States
42° 46' 45.39" N, 84° 35' 41.0172" W
Organization Overview: 

Michigan's Coastal Management Program was developed under the federal Coastal Zone Management Act and approved in 1978. Since then, the Program has assisted organizations in protecting and enhancing their coastal areas, funded studies related to coastal management and helped to increase recreational opportunities in Michigan's Great Lakes coastal area.

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Kita 8, Nishi 5, Kita-ku
060-0808 Sapporo
Japan
43° 9' 54.4428" N, 141° 27' 35.8596" E
Organization Overview: 

Hokkaido University was founded in 1876 as Sapporo Agricultural College -- the nation's first institute of higher education to award bachelor's degrees. Currently, all the faculty members, students and graduates are making concerted efforts to transform their campus into a global base for education and research.

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2200 E. Kenwood Blvd. P.O. Box 413
53201 Milwaukee, WI
United States
44° 5' 15.306" N, 88° 46' 10.3116" W
Organization Overview: 

UWM offers a uniquely relevant learning experience, educating more Wisconsin residents than any university in the world and recruiting a growing population of international students and faculty. As the most diverse institution in the University of Wisconsin System, UWM is a learning destination for 30,000 students. World-class faculty sponsor a broad curriculum across 14 schools and colleges, inspired by academia throughout the ages and 21st-century career opportunities and scientific discovery.

Location

United States
45° 40' 37.5276" N, 111° 2' 6.5148" W
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Project Summary/Overview

The Northern Great Plains stretch 450 miles long and 175 miles wide across Canada and the United States. Identified as one of the World Wildlife Fund’s most biologically significant places on Earth, the area was the subject of a 2004 ecoregional assessment (Ocean of Grass: A Conservation Assessment for the Northern Great Plains).

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