Marni Koopman

Marni Koopman

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Climate Ready Communities - A Practical Guide to Building Climate Resilience

2018, Updated July 2019

The Climate Ready Communities guide outlines actions to support the development of a city, town, county or tribe climate adaptation plan. The guidance is built on the Geos Institute’s Whole Community Resilience Framework, and offers community level strategic planning for climate adaptation.  This “Do-It-Yourself” guide incorporates strategies for community engagement, social equity, and cross-sectoral integration - with detailed instructions for vulnerability assessments and plan development.

Related Organizations: Geos Institute

Authors or Affiliated Users: Tonya Graham, Marni Koopman

Resource Category: Planning

 

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Missoula County Climate Action: Creating a Resilient and Sustainable Community

November 1, 2011

This assessment summarizes the current and anticipated climate impacts on Missoula County, Montana, and offers strategic recommendations in five focus areas including: water supply, wildfire, flooding and water quality, changes to species and habitats, and the local impacts of global change.  The report is a result of a community-based process in which residents and cross-sector leaders of Missoula County convened over local climate impacts and solutions.  The assessment also includes a comprehensive review of Missoula County’s socioeconomic systems and vulnerabilities to climate change.

Related Organizations: ClimateWise - Geos Institute, Clark Fork Coalition, Headwaters Economics

Authors or Affiliated Users: Marni Koopman, Jill Alban, Mark Haggerty, Ray Rasker

Resource Category: Assessments

 

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Climate Change Preparation Planning on National Landscape Conservation System Lands

January 2010

The National Landscape Conservation System (NLCS) is a collection of BLM lands which are mandated to protect specific resources, including  natural, cultural, geologic, scenic, scientific, and recreational resources, found within their boundaries. Several agencies, including the BLM and the U. S. Fish & Wildlife Service, are mandated by DOI Secretarial Order 3289 to "consider and analyze potential climate change impacts when undertaking long-range planning exercises, setting priorities for scientific research, developing multi-year management plans, and making major decisions about the potential use of resources under the Department's purview.

Related Organizations: Geos Institute

Author or Affiliated User: Marni Koopman

Resource Category: Planning

 

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Preparing for Climate Change in the Upper Willamette River Basin of Western Oregon: Co-Beneficial Planning for Communities and Ecosystems

March 2009

In the fall of 2008, the Climate Leadership Initiative (CLI) and the National Center for Conservation Science & Policy (NCCSP) (now the GEOS Institute), in partnership with the Mapped Atmosphere-Plant-Soil-System (MAPSS) Team at the U.S. Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station, initiated a project to assess the likely consequences of climate change for the Upper Willamette River Basin.

Related Organizations: USFS Pacific Northwest Research Station, University of Oregon, Climate Leadership Initiative, Geos Institute

Authors or Affiliated Users: Bob Doppelt, Roger Hamilton, Cindy Deacon Williams, Marni Koopman, Stacy Vynne

Resource Category: Assessments

 

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Preparing for Climate Change in the Rogue River Basin of Southwest Oregon

December 8, 2008

This report presents the projected impacts of climate change on the Rogue River Basin of southwest Oregon. A panel of scientists and policy experts recommend strategies for building resistance and resilience to climate change for natural, human, built and economic systems in the region.

Related Organizations: University of Oregon, Climate Leadership Initiative, Geos Institute, USFS Pacific Northwest Research Station

Authors or Affiliated Users: Bob Doppelt, Roger Hamilton, Marni Koopman, Cindy Deacon Williams

Resource Category: Assessments

 

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Analysis of Potential Impacts of Climate Change on Wildlife Habitat in the U.S.

October 31, 2008

This report, from the Wildlife Habitat Policy Research Program (WHPRP) and the USFS Rocky Mountain Research Station, was created as guidance for state agencies to effectively factor climate change into their State Wildlife Action Plans (SWAPs). The primary objective of this project was to develop methods and analyses to provide to state wildlife agencies with information on the magnitude of projected impacts of climate change on terrestrial wildlife habitats and viable options for minimizing those impacts.

Related Organizations: USFS Rocky Mountain Research Station

Authors or Affiliated Users: Marni Koopman, Linda A. Joyce, Curtis H. Flather

Resource Category: Assessments

 

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