Presentations, Webinars, and Other Documents

This page provides links to presentations, webinars, and other documents developed by the AdaptWest team and collaborators. Presentations are provided in html format for viewing within your browser, as well as in pdf format for offline viewing

Webinars

Introduction to the AdaptWest Database for Climate Adaptation Conservation Planning. Carlos Carroll, Online at Conservation Biology Institute, December 14, 2017. (Also available as an in-browser presentation and as a pdf).

Understanding and Using Climate-Adaptation-Related Spatial Data in Regional Conservation Planning. Carlos Carroll, Online at Conservation Biology Institute, October 4, 2018. (Also available as an in-browser presentation and as a pdf).

Understanding and Using New Conservation Planning Tools for Climate Adaptation and Mitigation. Carlos Carroll, Online at Conservation Biology Institute, July 23, 2020. (Also available as a pdf).

Presentations

Incorporating climate-change refugia in conservation planning: Assessment of current and future conservation priorities. Diana Stralberg, Carlos Carroll, and Scott Nielsen, NACCB2018 conference, Tuesday, July 24, 2018 Toronto, Ontario. (Also available as a pdf).

Climate velocity and vulnerability metrics as tools for evaluating conservation priorities. Diana Stralberg, Carlos Carroll, and Scott Nielsen, February 9, 2018 Quebec City, Quebec. (Also available as a pdf).

National Adaptation Forum Symposium, May 9, 2017, St. Paul, Minnesota

Setting Conservation Priorities In A Changing Climate: New Tools For Identifying And Connecting Climate Refugia. Carlos Carroll, Klamath Center for Conservation Research. (Also available as a pdf).

Climate refuges and disappearing climates in the protected areas of North America. Julia Michalak, University of Washington. (Also available as a pdf).

Macrorefugia for North American trees and songbirds. Diana Stralberg, University of Alberta. (Also available as a pdf).

Connecting current and future suitable climates to facilitate species movement under climate change. Caitlin Littlefield, University of Washington. (Also available as a pdf).

Mapping Wildland Values and Climate Vulnerability to Guide Conservation Strategies. Travis Belote, The Wilderness Society. (Also available as a pdf).

North American Congress for Conservation Biology (NACCB2020) Symposium, Innovative Approaches for Identifying and Managing Climate-change Refugia, July 30, 2020

Climate Change Refugia: Biodiversity Change in the Slow Lane, Toni Lyn Morelli, U.S. Geological Survey, et al. (Also available as a pdf).

Identifying boreal forest refugia from climate change: a framework and conservation planning applications, Diana Stralberg, University of Alberta, et al. (Also available as a pdf).

Disturbance refugia within mosaics of forest fire, drought, and insect outbreaks, Meg Krawchuk, Oregon State University, et al. (Also available as a pdf).

Seasonal Wetland Refugia: Identifying Hydrologic Resistance to Warming and Drought in Vernal Pools and Playas, Jennifer Cartwright, U.S. Geological Survey, et al. (Also available as a pdf).

Locating snow refugia in complex terrain: Leveraging automated image data to adapt wildlife and habitat management practices, Timothy Link, University of Idaho, et al. (Also available as a pdf).

Tough places and safe spaces: can refuges save salmon from a warming climate? Marcia Snyder, US Environmental Protection Agency, et al. (Also available as a pdf).

Moving beyond mountains: combining physical, climatic, and species-based approaches to identify macrorefugia in North America, Julia Michalak, University of Washington, et al. (Also available as a pdf).