Open-File Report 2014–1032
Landscape Conservation Cooperatives (LCCs) are a network of 22 public-private partnerships, defined by ecoregion, that share and provide science to ensure the sustainability of land, water, wildlife and cultural resources in North America. LLCs were established by the U.S. Department of Interior (DOI) in recognition that response to climate change must be coordinated on a landscape-level basis because important resources, ecosystem processes and resource management challenges extend beyond national wildlife refuges, Bureau of Land Management lands, national parks, and even international boundaries. Therefore, DOI agencies must work with other Federal, State, Tribal (U.S. indigenous peoples), First Nation (Canadian indigenous peoples), and local governments, as well as private landowners, to develop landscape-level strategies for understanding and responding to climate change.
First posted February 20, 2014
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Woodward, Andrea, Liedtke, Theresa, and Jenni, Karen, 2014, Identifying resource manager information needs for the North Pacific Landscape Conservation Cooperative: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2014-1032, 54 p., https://dx.doi.org/10.3133/ofr20141032.
ISSN 2331-1258 (online)
Chapter 1. Background
Chapter 2. Forest Resources Workshop
Chapter 3. Forage Fish Workshop
Chapter 4. Lessons Learned
Appendix 1. Forest Meeting Participants
Appendix 2. Forest Resources Workshop Agenda
Appendix 3. Forage Fish Workshop Participants
Appendix 4. Forage Fish Workshop Agenda