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Open Science Conference Selected Presentations

Climate Scenarios and Interpreting Projections

Development and Use of Climate Scenarios for Natural Resource Management in Southwestern Colorado

The Wide Range of Responses to Climate Scenarios Among Land Managers in the Gunnison Basin

Delivering Management-relevant Climate Science in the Northeast

Climate, Drought, Snow, and Water I

Development of High Resolution Gridded Dew Point Data from Regional Networks

The Past Trends in Snow Depth in the Rocky Mountains USA

Climate Drivers for Drought and Pluvials Across the Central US During the Future, Historic, and Pre-historic Periods

Simulated Effects of Climate Change on the Hydrology and Fish Assemblages of Northern Great Plains Streams

Climate, Drought, Snow, and Water II

Decision-centric Adaptation Appraisal for Water Management across Colorado's Continental Divide

Determining Climate Change Impacts on Future Basin-Scale Flows in Colorado for Water Resource Planning

Remote Sensing Based on Actual Evapotranspiration Mapping for Drought Monitoring and Water Budget Analysis

Disturbance: Fire and Beetles

The Climate Space of Fire Regimes in Northwestern North America

Historical Weather Data Clustering for Scenario-based Fire Simulation

Knowledge Transfer Regarding Mountain Pine Beetle Impacts to Drinking Water in the Rocky Mountain Region

Relating Severity of a Mountain Pine Beetle Outbreak to Forest Management History

Ecological Impacts of Climate Change

Relative Effects of Climate and Manageemnt on Woody Encroachment into Northern Great Plains Grasslands

Climate Change Impacts on Future Ecohydrology in Sagebrush Ecosystems across the Western US

Experimentally Simulating Climate Change in a Montane Meadow

Assessing Antecedent Soil Moisture Impacts on Great Plains Drought Development

Focusing on the End User

Joy of Communicating Climate Change Science Effectively

From Science and Planning to Action: Addressing Climate Change Effects on Wildlife, Watersheds, and Livelihoods

Is Your Climate Research Useful for Decision Makers?

What Have We Learned about Stakeholder Needs and Enabling Adapative Capacity?

Habitat and Climate

Climate Change Alters Distribution of Whitebark Pine with Respect to Land Management Status

Combining Methods to Understand Current Distributions and Forecast Distribution Changes under Climate Change Scenarios

Combining Modeling Approaches to Anticipate the Effects of Climate Change

Indigenous Knowledge and Climate Change

Collaboration on the Wind River Reservation

Third National Climate Assessment: Findings from Indigenous Peoples, Lands, and Resources

Climate Change and Invasion: Does a loss of ecological integrity affect the cultural expression of an indigenous culture?

Renewable Energy in Indian Country: Finding new ways to honor the old ways

Landscape Conservation Cooperatives: Landscape by Design

Climate Change Vulnerability as a Filter for Prioritizing Conservation Action on the Columbia Plateau

Great Plains LCC Pilot Landscape Conservation Design

Southern Rockies + Great Northern LCCs Green River Basin LCD

Plenary 1

Building the NC CSC as a Resource for Vulnerability Assessment, Adaptation, and Mitigation Projects

Plenary 2

Ecological Impacts and Vulnerability Assessment in the Context of the NC CSC - Andy Hansen

Adaptation Foundational Science Area - Dennis Ojima

NC CSC Foundational Science Area: Climate - Imtiaz Rangwala and Joe Barsugli

Plenary 3

USDA Climate Hubs for Risk Adaptation and Mitigation to Climate Change

Western Water Assessment RISA

A Business Case: Making Science Relevant to Those who Need it the Most - Ben Bobowski

NC CSC Pilot: Results of Collaboration between climate scientists and ecologists

Panel Discussion on Regional Management

Plenary 4

Introduction to New Funded Projects

Social-Ecological Climate Resilience in Southwest Colorado

Informing Implementation of the Greater Yellowstone Coordinating Committee's Whitebard Pine Strategy