Presented by Mindy Clarke (CEMML) and Paul Jurena (Air Force Civil Engineer Center / Environmental Quality Technical Support Branch) at the National Military Fish and Wildlife Association’s 2019 annual meeting and training workshop. In 2016, the Air Force Civil Engineer Center’s (AFCEC) Natural Resources Panel collaborated with CEMML to implement a climate change assessments and adaptations effort for 69 installation INRMPs. This talk will cover brief methodology on assessments, give examples of climate change adaptation recommendations from several installations and discuss how installations can use data provided with reports for on-going management needs.
- Fire, flurry, and flora: fuels management trumps wildfire impacts to endangered plants at Pohakuloa Training Area, Hawaii
- Ecosystem approach to feral ungulate management in a Hawaiian dryland forest ecosystem
- Development and implementation of a mobile GIS framework for natural resources management
- The benefits of volunteer programs to environmental conservation and enhancement on Beale AFB
- Reaching zero, 20 years to eradicate non-native ungulates in conservation fences at Pohakuloa Training Area, Hawaii
Did You Know?
- CEMML was established in 1985
- More than 350 CEMML staff are stationed at Department of Defense facilities throughout the United States
- More than 70 CEMML staff are stationed on campus at Colorado State University