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Assessing Future Energy Development across the Appalachians
The Nature Conservancy - with support from the Appalachian LCC - has completed a study to assist policy makers, land management agencies, and industry in ...
Restoring Coal-Mined Lands to Create Habitat for Imperiled Birds
AMJV and the Appalachian Regional Reforestation Initiative are partnering up to re-establish habitat on previously mined land to create greater breeding ...
Assessing Future Impacts of Energy Extraction in the Appalachian LCC
4th Quarter 2013 Progress report
Video: Climate Change The Cost of Inaction
The Earth's climate is changing at an unprecedented rate. Climate change is already having impacts on people's lives across the country.
Assessing Future Energy Development across the Appalachians
The Nature Conservancy - with support from the Appalachian LCC - has completed a study to assist policy makers, land management agencies, and industry in ...
Assessing Future Energy Development across the Appalachian LCC. Final Report
In this study funded by the Appalachian LCC, The Nature Conservancy assessed current and future energy development across the entire region. The research ...
Development of a Spatially Explicit Surface Coal Mining Predictive Model
The goal of this project was to create a spatially explicit 1km2 grid cell model for the Appalachian Landscape Conservation Cooperative (Figure 1) predicting ...
Pennsylvania Energy Impacts Assessment
In 2010, TNC scientists focused on projections of how new energy development could impact natural habitats in Pennsylvania to shape strategies that avoid or ...
Shale Gas, Wind and Water: Assessing the Potential Cumulative Impacts of Energy Development on Ecosystem Services within the Marcellus Play
A Nature Conservancy study funded by the Robertson Foundation and published by the open-access Public Library of Science (PLoS) in January 2014, assessed ...
Fact Sheet: Assessing Future Energy Development Managers Guide
Provides a general overview of the need for the Energy Assessment research, the major products and findings that came out of the project, and the relevance of ...
Energy Assessment News Release
A new study and online mapping tool by the Appalachian Landscape Conservation Cooperative (LCC) and The Nature Conservancy are intended to inform discussions ...
The Eastern Interconnection States' Planning Council (EISPC) Energy Zones Mapping Tool is a free online tool that enables users to identify potential clean ...
Secretary Jewell Announces Decision to Protect 75,000 Acres of Eastern Tennessee Mountains From Future Surface Mining
At the request of the State of Tennessee, the Department of the Interior has agreed to designate approximately 75,000 acres of mountain ridgelines as ...
ISC Meeting & Workshop, July 11-13, 2012
The Interim Steering Committee met in Blacksburg, VA to develop the Cooperative’s key goals, formulate guiding principles, and define next steps for ...
OSM Announces More Than $300 Million Available to Clean Up Abandoned Coal Mines
The U. S. Department of the Interior’s Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement (OSM) today announced the availability of more than $305 million in ...
2016 Appalachian Regional Reforestation Initiative - Mined Land Reforestation Conference
Perspectives on the Forest Reclamation Approach
Abstract and Progress Report for Q3 2012
Abstract and progress report from the Vendor for the Ecological Flows Project.
Summary of Q3 2012 TOT Reviews
This file contains the combined technical comments of TOT members.
Full Proposal - Development of a hydrologic foundation and flow-ecology relationships for monitoring riverine resources in the Marcellus Shale region
This project proposes to develop models that predict ecological responses to flow alteration within the Marcellus Shale region of the Appalachian Landscape ...
Aquatic Ecological Flows Team
The emergence of hydraulic fracturing has led to the rapid expansion of natural gas drilling in the Marcellus Shale deposit in portions of Pennsylvania and ...
Full Proposal: Assessing Future Energy Development Across the Appalachian Mountains
Scientists will employ land use change build-out scenaria for future energy development demand to quantify future impacts on forest habitats across the ...
Energy Forcasts Team
The rapid pace of new energy development coupled with more aggressive methods for extracting traditional fuels pose substantial risks to some of the ...
The Central Appalachia Prosperity Project is part of the Presidential Climate Action Project to develop policy recommendations on climate and energy security, ...
Appalachian LCC Coordinator is Panelist at National Conference on Science, Policy and the Environment
Appalachian LCC Coordinator and Chief Scientist, Dr. Jean Brennan, participated as an invited speaker at the 16th National Conference and Global Forum on ...
Assessing Future Energy Development Across the Appalachians
Assessing Future Energy Development across the Appalachian LCC used models that combined data on energy development trends and identified where these may ...
Assessing Future Energy Development Across the Appalachians
The rapid pace of new energy development coupled with more aggressive methods for extracting traditional fuels pose substantial risks to some of the ...
Interior Releases First National Interactive Map of Onshore Wind Turbines
USGS Scientific Tool to Aid Landscape-Level Planning, Responsible Renewable Energy Development, Support Climate Action Plan
Overview of FY 11-12 Funded Projects
Describes the six projects currently funded by the Appalachian LCC through 2012. These include a Stream Classification System, Development of Hydrologic ...
103 Report (review of over 100 planning documents from conservation & resource management agencies)
A summary review of over 100 key planning documents of the many conservation & resource management agencies/organizations across the Appalachian Region.
Programmatic Alignment and Strategic Engagement