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Mapping Climate Change Refugia for Vernal Pools

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Wednesday, May 1, 2019
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Wednesday, May 1, 2019 - 12:00pm ET

Speaker: Jennifer Cartwright Biologist USGS and Evan Grant, Research Wildlife Biologist, USGS

This talk will provide a preliminary assessment of the resistance of particular vernal pools to changes in climate. Vernal pools are small, seasonal wetlands that provide critically important seasonal habitat for many amphibian species of conservation concern. Natural resource managers and scientists in the Northeast identified vernal pools as a priority ecosystem to study, and highlight climate change and disease as primary threats to key vernal pool ecosystems. The information is part of an ongoing NE CASC project Mapping Climate Change Resistant Vernal Pools in the Northeastern U.S.

Jennifer Cartwright and Evan Grant and both biologists with USGS and NE CASC Affiliated Investigators.

These brown-bag talks provide brief updates on NE CASC activities and provide opportunities for participants to ask questions and join in discussions.

 

 

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