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This is a presentation by Michael Runge of the Eastern Ecological Science Center for the Northeast Climate Adaptation Science Center Webinar Series. To view other webinars in the series, go here: https://necasc.umass.edu/webinars. Description: One of the central challenges for climate adaptation is anticipating changing dynamics in our management strategies. When and how should we act early to either mitigate or take advantage of the effects of a changing system? We explored this question in the context of setting waterfowl hunting regulations, using dynamic programming to find time-dependent optimal policies that account for, and indeed, anticipate, changes in the underlying demographic parameters. In this talk, we present results from a theoretical investigation of this question and discuss ongoing work with management agencies to apply the approach to waterfowl harvest management in the U.S.Michael Runge is a research ecologist and decision analyst with the USGS Eastern Ecological Science Center at the Patuxent Research Refuge. His work focuses on integrating tools from the field of decision analysis with expertise in wildlife science to provide natural resource management agencies with relevant decision support.
Miombo Hewani Wind Power Station, also Miombo Hewani Wind Farm, is a planned 300 megawatts (400,000hp) wind-powered power station in the Njombe Region of Tanzania.
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Texas energy regulators, gas industry try to reassure the public that the states power grid is ready for winter
Hundreds of engineers, architects and coders worked with artists from all over the world to put on these mesmerizing displays. Some are designed to bring attention to issues like climate change.
Nuclear Grave is taken from Expunged’s forthcoming split with Cruel Fate, out December 24th on CDN Records. Pre-order your copy here: https://cdnrecords.com/shop/cruel-fate-expunged-split-cd/Expunged is “sick, rotten, coated in filth death metal, surrounded by a sea of darkness”. For fans of Swede DM like Carrnage, Nirvana 2002 and Dismember.Digital downloads:https://expunged.bandcamp.com/album/expunged-cruel-fate-splitHear Cruel Fate’s single from the split:https://cruelfate.bandcamp.com/album/cruel-fate-expunged-splitPick up Expunged’s self-titled EP from our shop:https://cdnrecords.com/shop/expunged-expunged/Follow the band for more:https://www.facebook.com/expungeddeathmetal/https://www.instagram.com/expunged.deathmetal/
Theresa Baumgartner and field recordist Chris Watson submerge us in the sounds of oceanic noise pollution with Seaphony.
Heavy rainfall and the resultant flooding in British Columbia and the East Coast have caused serious damage in recent weeks, but a new report suggests rising sea levels due to climate change pose a much greater flood risk for Canadians — and little has been done to mitigate it.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon had the honour of pushing the button to ignite 700kg of explosives.
Large-scale tree planting is not helping the environment, and in some cases it’s creating more problems
The visual retrospective captures 2021 in stunning photographs highlighting everything from climate change to COVID-19.