Appalachian NatureScape

Appalachian NatureScape

APPALACHIAN NATURESCAPE Appalachian NatureScape Well-connected landscapes are necessary to sustain many of the natural and cultural resources important to the Appalachian region today and into the future. If these large connected areas are to endure and be resilient...
Climate Context

Climate Context

CLIMATE CONTEXT Climate Context (FWS) This section of the Web Portal delivers key information, resources, and tools needed for strategic investments and wise decisions managing lands and natural resources within the CLIMATE CONTEXT — the changing conditions and...
Ecosystem Benefits and Risks

Ecosystem Benefits and Risks

Ecosystems Benefits and Risks Ecosystems Benefits and Risks Ecosystem services are the benefits people receive from nature. These are abundant in the Appalachians, from clean drinking water and sustainably harvested forest products to nature-based tourism. They...
Landscape Partnership GIS & Planning

Landscape Partnership GIS & Planning

Landscape Partnership GIS & Planning Landscape Partnership GIS & Planning It is important to think about and facilitate conservation planning at a larger spatial and temporal scale. Although there is a plethora of successful conservation agencies doing work on...
NALCC Coastal Resiliency

NALCC Coastal Resiliency

NALCC Coastal Resiliency NALCC Coastal Resiliency (FWS) Coastal resilience is an increasingly important topic as impacts from climate change such as accelerated sea level rise and enhanced storm intensity gain prominence. The Disaster Relief Appropriations Act of...