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Title: BLM ARS AIM Society for Range Management AIM Symoposium presentation recordings - 2015
Abstract: During the February 2015 annual meeting of the Society for Range Management in Sacramento, California, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) hosted a symposium about the Assessment, Inventory, and Monitoring (AIM) framework called 'Monitoring for Adaptive Management: Implementing the BLM AIM Strategy.' The full day of presentations covered topics from the core concepts of AIM to the integration of AIM with remote sensing technologies to practical applications of AIM to land management. Presenters from diverse backgrounds spoke about their particular monitoring efforts and how the resulting information will informing their local management decisions. The following playlist contains recordings of the web broadcast of each presentation; below that are the slides that accompanied each presentation and brief summaries of their content.
Service URL: http://www.landscapetoolbox.org/society-for-range-management-aim-symposium/
Resource Type: document
Originator: Bureau of Land Management and Agricultural Research Service - Jornada Experimental Range
Publication Date: 2015-02-01
Metadata Language: English
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Theme Topics: ecology, Environment and Conservation, conservation, management, vegetation, range, Biology and Ecology, monitoring, assessment, inventory, AIM, BLM-AIM, core indicators, core methods, sample design, SRM, Society for Range Management, AIM Symposium, AIM presentation, policy, background info, AIM_Policy
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West Bounding Longitude: -167.672
East Bounding Longitude: -95.44
North Bounding Latitude: 71.014
South Bounding Latitude: 31.459
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