Southeast CASC Presentations at the 2019 National Adaptation Forum

The 2019 National Adaptation Forum (NAF) is right around the corner! This year’s NAF will be held in Madison, Wisconsin on April 23-25, 2019 bringing together the climate adaptation community to “foster knowledge exchange, innovation and mutual support for a better tomorrow.” Check out these symposia, working groups, and presentations by leadership, researchers, staff, and Global Change Fellows of the Southeast Climate Adaptation Science Center. You can see the full list of NAF presentations that involve others in the CASC network here.

Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Advances in understanding adaptive capacity — An Introduction (Presentation; Hall of Ideas H)
Presenter: Bruce Stein, Southeast CASC Project PI, National Wildlife Federation
Time: 11am—12:30pm

Advances in Understanding and Applying Adaptive Capacity to Improve Adaptation Outcomes (Symposium; Hall of Ideas H)
Presenters: Bruce Stein, Southeast CASC Project PI, National Wildlife Federation; Lindsey Thurman, U.S. Geological Survey NOROCK; Christopher Hoving, Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Michigan State University; Laura Thompson, U.S. Geological Survey
Time: 11am—12:30pm

Finding and Managing Hydrologic Refugia as Drought Patterns Change (Symposium; Madison Ballroom C, Concurrent Session 2)
Presenter: Jennifer Cartwright, Southeast CASC Researcher
Time: 2pm—3:30pm

Thursday, April 25, 2019

Resilience Now, Resilience Tomorrow: Tribal/Indigenous Community Emergency Preparedness (Working Group; Hall of Ideas I)
Leaders: Nikki Cooley, Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals-Climate Change; Karen Cozzetto, ITEP: Tribes & Climate Change Program; Casey Thornbrugh, Northeast & Southeast Climate Adaptation Science Center & USET
Time: 8am—10:30am

Planning for the Future: Best Practices for Using Climate Projections in Adaptation Planning (Working Group; Madison Ballroom D)
Leaders: Derek Rosendahl, South Central CASC Postdoc, University of Oklahoma; Emma Kuster, South Central CASC Program Coordinator, University of Oklahoma; Renee McPherson, South Central CASC University Director, University of Oklahoma; Adrienne Wootten, 2012-13 Southeast CASC Global Change Fellow and SE CASC Researcher, South Central CASC University Researcher and Postdoc, University of Oklahoma
Time: 8am—10:30am

Progress, Challenges, and Opportunities in Implementing the National Fish, Wildlife, and Plants Climate Adaptation Strategy (Presentation; Madison Ballroom D)
Presenter: Bruce Stein, Southeast CASC Project PI, National Wildlife Federation
Time: 11am—12:30pm

How are we Adapting to Coastal Threats? Emerging Management Approaches to Support Coastal Resilience (Symposium; Hall of Ideas F)
Presenters: Michelle Staudinger, Northeast CASC; Emily Powell, Northeast CASC fellow (past); Steven Colbert, Pacific Islands CASC; Michael Langston, South Central CASC; Victor Rivera-Monro, South Central CASC; Mitch Eaton, Southeast CASC; Rick Bennet, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Time: 12:40pm—1:40pm

Collaboration and Adaptation Across Worldviews: Case Studies in Co-producing and Implementing Science for Management (Session; Hall of Ideas F)
Leaders: Aparna Bamzai, North Central CASC; Aranzazu Lascurain, Southeast CASC; Scott Laursen, Pacific Islands CASC; Amy Snover, Northwest CASC; Tamara Wall, Southwest CASC; Renee McPherson, South Central CASC
Time: 2pm—3:30pm

Collecting Stories from the Caribbean: The Power of Story, Legacies for the Future, and Developing Manager-driven Science Priorities (Presentation; Hall of Ideas F)
Presenter: Aranzazu Lascurain, Southeast CASC Assistant University Director
Time: 2pm—3:30pm