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Webinar: Climate-Driven Changes to Dominant Vegetation in the Hawaiian Islands

  • University of Hawaii Hilo - Room W-201, Bldg 354 113 Nowelo St Hilo, HI, 96720 United States (map)

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Title: Climate-Driven Changes to Dominant Vegetation in the Hawaiian Islands: Models and Applications
Host: Pacific Islands Climate Science Center
Speaker: Jonathan Price, Department of Geography & Environmental Studies, UH Hilo

You may also attend the webinar live at UH-Hilo in Room W-201, Bldg. 354, Student Services

Great opportunity for land managers, planners, fire personnel, and the curious public to find out what the projected native and non-native species populations and their ranges will look like in the future. This could help us understand what fire behavior could look like in different locations.

"As managers grapple with how to protect their resources in a changing environment, forecasting the shifts in populations and community structure for native and non-native species becomes a useful tool for future planning."

Earlier Event: July 25
Waikoloa Back-to-School Bash
Later Event: August 3
23rd Hawaii Conservation Conference