Another brilliant webinar series from SCGIS (Society for Conservation GIS) and CBI (Conservation Biology Institute) kicked off last week. Many of these webinars will be of interest to members of this group. Posting on behalf of Rebecca Degagne...
We hope you're staying well and will join us for our upcoming SCGIS-CBI Webinar Series, which kicks off in two weeks.
We have a wonderful line-up, featuring a diverse group of speakers with presentations on using citizen science data to monitor threatened species, tracking land degradation with remote sensing, building relationships for career development, creating partnerships with Indigenous communities, and mapping bird migrations and threats.
If you register for a webinar and can't make the live presentation, you'll be sent a link to the video recording to watch at your convenience. The whole recording archive can be accessed here: https://scgis.org/webinar/index/past/1.
SCGIS-CBI 2021 Spring Webinar Series:
March 4th, 10 AM - 11 AM Pacific
Using community science to predict extinctions and monitor threatened species
Peter Soroye, University of Ottawa.
March 11th, 10 AM - 11 AM Pacific
Measuring progress in land condition from space with Trends.Earth
Gabriel Daldegan, Moore Center for Science at Conservation International
March 18th, 10 AM - 11 AM Pacific
Building Relationships that Matter for Geospatial Career Success
Eva Reid, Eva Reid Consulting, LLC
April 1st, 10 AM - 11 AM Pacific
Building Effective Partnerships with Indigenous Communities
James Rattling Leaf, Sr., Group on Earth Observations Indigenous Alliance
April 8th, 10 AM - 11 AM Pacific
Mapping Bird Migrations and Threats Across the Western Hemisphere
Erika Knight & Lotem Taylor, National Audubon Society
We make our webinars free & open to everyone, so please share these links with your networks and consider joining SCGIS as a member, to support our work.
We're also planning on holding more SCGIS-CBI mixer-style meetups later in the year at rotating times, so folks from around the world can join in.
If you want to fast-track your involvement in the conservation community, volunteer for SCGIS! - Reliable people with time to contribute (though fall 2021, at least) are especially needed to support our virtual SCGIS Conference activities. If you're interested in volunteering for the Conference Committee, please email [email protected].