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The National Park Service Intermountain Region (IMR) partnered with the University of Arizona, to assess climate change training needs for over 5,000 IMR employees. We evaluated baseline climate literacy and employee training preferences, and outlined plans for climate change training. We identified the following baseline climate knowledge characteristics: a lack of discernment between climate variability and trends, good understanding of key phenomena, such as El Niño, good identification of observed impacts, but little knowledge of climate projections for the IMR.
University of Arizona scientists and extension personnel will be featured speakers in a 2-day workshop on climate and forests. Lead conference organizer Chris Jones, UA Gila County cooperative extension agent, and colleagues from the UA School of Natural Resources and the Environment and the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences worked with colleagues from the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture and other universities and agencies to bring together natural resource extension agents, forest ecosystem scientists, and others from around the U.S.
National Workshop on Climate & Forests: Planning Tools and Perspectives on Adaptation and Mitigation Options
Event Title: National Workshop on Climate & Forests
Date/Time: May 16, 2011, 8:00am - May 18, 2011, 5:00pm
Location: Northern Arizona University's DuBois Conference Center, Flagstaff, Arizona
George Wright Society Conference on Parks, Protected Areas & Cultural Sites being held March 14-18, 2011
The biennial George Wright Society Conference on Parks, Protected Areas & Cultural Sites is holding its 2011 meeting in New Orleans, Louisiana, March 14-18. Visit their web site for details and a schedule of events http://www.georgewright.org/gws2011.