Speaker: Jessi Kershner, EcoAdapt

A talk given for the CA LCC Climate Change Symposium.

The CA LCC and the DFG Climate College worked together to bring you a half day symposium on climate change from 1:00 - 4:30pm on Monday November 5th.
 
This symposium was both in person and via webinar. The symposium took place at the CA LCC office on Sacramento State Campus, Modoc Hall in the Willow Room on the 1st floor. 
 
The DFG Climate College will kicked off the event with a lecture from 1pm - 2pm followed by 3 additional talks on CA LCC projects.

For more information about the DFG Climate College and options for training certification please visit http://www.dfg.ca.gov/Climate_and_Energy/Climate_Change/Climate_College/

List of speakers:
1:00pm- What's happening? Projected climate change impacts to California and the San Francisco Bay region: 2C or not 2C, that is the Challenge. Tom Suchanek, USGS
2:00pm- A climate change vulnerability assessment for Sierra Nevada birds. Rodney Siegel, The Institute for Bird Populations
2:45pm- Setting Regional Strategies for Invasive Plant Management Using CalWeedMapper. Dana Morawitz , California Invasive Plant Council
3:30pm- A Vulnerability Assessment and Adaptation Strategies for Focal Resources of the Sierra Nevada. Jessi Kershner, EcoAdapt

 

 

Event date: 
Monday, November 5, 2012 -
3:30pm to 4:15pm
Category: 
Adaptation Strategies