Each month on the second Thursday, the South Atlantic LCC, the Southeast Climate Science Center, the Southeast Regional Climate Hub, and the State Climate Office of North Carolina bring you the Triangle Climate and Landscape Researchers’ Brown Bag.
The Brown Bag lunch is a forum for climate and landscape researchers in the Triangle to sit down face-to-face. Each month there is a main topic with a different presenter, along with time for everyone to meet and share information/news. Everyone involved in climate or landscape research is welcome to attend.
Past Brown Bag Presentations
November 12, 2015: Assessing the Effectiveness of Indicators for Southeastern Pine Forest and Savanna. Brad Pickens, South Atlantic Landscape Conservation Cooperative
October 8, 2015: Urban is More Than the City, by Melissa McHale, Department of Forestry, NC State University.
September 10, 2015: Connectivity for the Southeast, by Nick Haddad, Department of Applied Ecology, NC State University.
July 9, 2015: South Atlantic Conservation Blueprint 2.0 by Amy Keister, South Atlantic LCC”
Presentation Pt. 1
Presentation Pt. 2
June 11th, 2015: EnviroAtlas: A spatially explicit tool combining climate change scenarios with ecosystem services indicators, by Anne Neale, Environmental Protection Agency
May 12th, 2015: No Brown Bag due to National Adaptation Forum
April 9th, 2015: Assessing climate change vulnerability of ecosystems in the Southeast, by Jennifer Costanza, NCSU Biodiversity and Spatial Information Center. Presentation
March 12th, 2015: Cancelled due to speaker emergency
February 12th, 2015: Searching for Heterogeneity in the Urban Landscape: Urban Ecology in High-Definition, by Scott Beck, Doctoral Student at NCSU Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources
January 8th, 2015: “Bioenergy in the South: An ever-changing landscape” by Christopher Galik, Senior Policy Associate in Environmental Economics, Duke Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions