4 edition of Global Change Research Program, North American Landscape Characterization (NALC) found in the catalog.
Global Change Research Program, North American Landscape Characterization (NALC)
by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development in Washington, DC
Written in English
|Statement||prepared by Remote and Air Monitoring Branch, Environmental Monitoring Systems Laboratory|
|Contributions||United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Research and Development|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 419 p.|
|Number of Pages||419|
Assessment of North American Forest Carbon Dynamics: Tools for Monitoring, Reporting, and Projecting. Year: Forest Service scientists and cooperators assessed past and prospective carbon stocks for representative study sites in Canada, the United States, and Mexico and analyzed the effects of natural disturbance, climate change, and management. In the summer of , a workshop was held in Portsmouth, NH, to discuss land measurement techniques for the North American Carbon Program. Over 40 sci- tists representing government agencies, academia and nonprofit research organi- tions located in Canada, the US and Mexico participated. During.
Finally, my research focuses on landscape characterization through statistical and spatial modeling and spatial analysis approaches. Geospatial data and spatial digital technologies (e.g., geographic information systems, satellite remote sensing, and global positioning systems) and approaches are developed and applied to study ecological. Asian Americans encounter a range of health issues often unknown to the American public, policy makers, researchers and even clinicians. National research often combines Asian Available Formats: eBook Hardcover Softcover.
Landscape diversity and vegetation response to long- term climate change in the eastern Olympic Peninsula, Pacific Northwest, USA. In B. H. Walker and W. L. Steffen, eds. Global Change and Terrestrial Ecosystems. Cambridge University Press. Book; Foster, D.R., D.A. Orwig and J.S. McLachlan. Ecological and conservation insights from. An understanding of the influence of climate change on Ixodes scapularis, the main vector of Lyme disease in North America, is a fundamental component in assessing changes in the spatial distribution of human risk for the used a climate suitability model of I. scapularis to examine the potential effects of global climate change on future Lyme disease risk in North Cited by:
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Get this from a library. Global Change Research Program, North American Landscape Characterization (NALC): Pathfinder Project: research plan. [United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Research and Development.;]. † The North American Landscape Characterization project (NALC) was designed to exploit Landsat archive data by providing standardized satellite data sets to.
"The North American Landscape Characterization (NALC) project is a component of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Landsat Pathfinder program of experiments to study global change issues"--Page 1.
Land Cover Trends was a research project focused on understanding the rates, trends, causes, and consequences of contemporary U.S.
land use and land cover change. Thematic Mapper (TM), and Enhanced Thematic Mapper Plus (ETM+) instruments was acquired from the North American Landscape Characterization (NALC) project (Lunetta and others, The Journal is open to contributions on integrated landscape research that deal with the biological, abiotic and anthropogenic aspects of landscapes as well as the effects of biogeography, global.
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Awards: - Co-I of a 4 year $, research grant from NASA's Pathfinder Data Set and Associated Science Program entitled "Monitoring and Modeling of Land-Surface Energy and Water Fluxes using an. Co-authored with Syukuro Manabe of Princeton University, EOAS faculty member Anthony Broccoli’s new book “documents Manabe’s scientific journey to a deeper understanding of climate change.” By Craig Winston The timing could not be better.
The Democratic political debates are ripe with discussion of global warming. Climate activists continue their protests. Building on this foundation, current projects include a new book examining influences that shaped the work of American landscape modernist Dan Kiley, as well as writings on entrepreneurial environments – as cities evolve in response to diverse forces, the urban landscape is moving to a pro-active rather than re-active stance.
North American Landscape Characterization (NALC) North American Landscape Characterization (NALC) data consists of Landsat Multi-Spectral Scanner (MSS) time-series triplicates that were acquired in, and (+/- one year).
Climate change threatens human health and well-being in many ways, including impacts from increased extreme weather events, wildfire, decreased air quality, threats to mental health, and illnesses transmitted by food, water, and disease-carriers such as mosquitoes and ticks.
Some of these health impacts are already underway in the United States. Environmental System Science Principal Investigators Meeting.
MayOrganized by the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Science, Office of. In the studies under way or completed sinceDWR generally considered future climate and hydrology change by following one of four approaches: (1) a scenario approach based on selection of a limited number of Global Climate Models simulations; (2) an ensemble-informed approach based on available downscaled simulations from the.
indicators of climate change. More broadly, my research seeks to understand ecological, biogeographic, and geomorphic factors affecting landscape patterns at a host of space-time scales.
Finally, my research focuses on landscape characterization through statistical and spatial modeling and spatial analysis approaches. Research at the Harvard Forest: Global Change Ecology-Forests, Ecosystem Function, the Future Global change ecology is the line of scientific inquiry that integrates the responses of organisms, ecosystems, and their environments with changes in human activity and climate.
Global climate change is recognized as a threat to species survival and the health of natural systems. Scientists worldwide are looking at the ecological and hydrological impacts resulting from climate change.
Climate change will make future efforts to restore and manage wetlands more complex. Wetland systems are vulnerable to changes in quantity and quality of Cited by: Adam Terando is a USGS Research Ecologist (Climate Impacts) with the Southeast Climate Adaptation Science Center.
His work focuses on the impacts of global change on ecosystems in the Southeast and U.S. Caribbean, and the complex human-environment relationships that drive these processes. Ben van der Pluijm is the BR Clark Collegiate Professor of Geology and holds appointments in Earth & Environmental Sciences and Program in the Environment at the University of Michigan.
His research area is Structural Geology, dealing with the deformation of Earth’s crust from minerals to mountain belt, and from past to second area of interest is Societal. Project Methods Because semi-arid rangeland ecosystems often exhibit nonlinear dynamics, we will use the state-and-transition model theory as a conceptual underpinning to study plant community attributes and key ecological processes involving C, N and water.
C, N and water processes will be studied to provide insight into potential mechanisms that govern changes. Soe Myint, Titled: Urban heat islands: Global variation and determinants in hot desert cities, presented at the LCLUC Spring Science Team Meeting, (20th Anniversary), 18thth April,North Bethesda, Maryland.
Soe Myint, Ozone air pollution is increasing in many rural areas, and does not decline at night as much as in urban areas. This causes visible damage to plants and hidden effects on economic yield. This project improves crop loss assessment due to ozone and characterizes the mechanism of ozone damage.
Both activities will help develop methods to protect food and fiber production from. Sarah Ladislaw: OK, good morning, everybody. Welcome to CSIS. My name is Sarah Ladislaw.
I’m a senior vice president and director of the Energy and National Security Program. And we’re delighted for all of you to be here this morning for a conversation with Senator John Cornyn on the U.S.
energy resources and the global landscape. Before we get .