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Conservation Considerations for Resiliency in a Changing Climate
May 27 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
In agricultural watersheds, shifting climate patterns present an immediate and localized risk to both farm productivity and downstream aquatic ecosystems. During this webinar, Dr. Mark Williams of USDA’s Agricultural Research Service will present research exploring long-term trends in rainfall amount, intensity and timing within the Maumee River-Western Lake Erie Basin. The research findings indicate that increasing rainfall amount and intensity, combined with increasing hydrologic connectivity and accumulating nutrient stores in the Maumee watershed over the past four decades, create significant challenges for contemporary approaches to dissolved phosphorus load mitigation.
No registration is required. Access the webinar shortly before 3:00 pm ET at https://nrcs.adobeconnect.com/ceap2/
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