Posts Tagged "Workshop"

Upcoming Workshop: Vegetation Databases and the Development of the National Vegetation Classification

Posted by on Jul 19, 2013 in News | Comments Off

Panel Member Dave Roberts has organized a workshop on the NVC and Vegetation Databases at this year’s ESA meeting in Minneapolis, MN.  The workshop will be held on Sunday, August 4, 2013: 8:00 AM-5:00 PM.  The registration fee is $25, and workshop participants should meet at the convention center at 7:15 am. Co-organizers include: Daniel S. Wovcha , Norman E. Aaseng , Michael Lee , Tom Philippi and Scott R. Abella The official workshop description is below, and there is still space available!  We hope to see you there….. The National Vegetation Classification (NVC) is an...

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Panel Activities at the ESA Portland Meeting

Posted by on Aug 24, 2012 in Annual Meeting, News | Comments Off

The ESA Panel was very active at the ESA meeting in Portland, OR (August 5-10, 2012).  Below are some links to the various activities and sessions that the Vegetation Classification Panel organized, including a workshop, field trip, symposium, and exhibit hall booth: WK 4 – Vegetation Sample Allocation: A Half-Day Overview This workshop addressed different techniques of sample allocation and covered the process and strategy for implementing a vegetation sampling strategy using the National Vegetation Classification.  FT 5 – Allocating Vegetation Sample Plots: A Demonstration of...

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USNVC Midcareer Managers Workshop a Success

Posted by on Mar 30, 2012 in News | Comments Off

Members of the ESA Vegetation Classification Panel conducted a one-day workshop on the US National Vegetation Classification (NVC) on March 20th at the Denver Federal Center.  The workshop was aimed at midcareer federal agency managers and provided an open forum for participants to discuss the NVC’s uses and challenges.  Panel members were also able to present case studies demonstrating how the NVC can help a variety of federal agencies meet their business needs.  The thirty-five attendees represented a variety of agencies and groups, including: the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), US Forest...

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