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Climate Change in Atlantic Canada

Contents1 Climate Change in Atlantic Canada1.0.1 Climate Change Education – Incorporating Local Climate Knowledge into the New Brunswick Education Curriculum1.1 Videos and Lesson Plans: Climate Change in Atlantic Canada Climate Change Education – Incorporating Local Climate Knowledge into the New Brunswick Education Curriculum Students in New Brunswick classrooms tend to learn about complex or major… read more »

Amazing Places

The Fundy Biosphere Reserve is home to so many amazing places, we made a web series to highlight some of the incredible natural features! This series of short nature documentaries features amazing hiking destinations in the Fundy Biosphere Reserve:     1 – Mary’s Point Visit Mary’s Point & Johnson’s Mills and see millions of… read more »

Lieux Fantastique

Cette série de courts documentaires sur la nature présente de magnifiques destinations pour la randonnée dans la Réserve de biosphère de Fundy:   1 – Mary’s Point Visitez Mary’s Point & Johnson’s Mills : des millions d’oiseaux de rivage fréquent ces lieux lorsqu’ils reviennent aux vasières de la baie de Fundy. Regardez les oiseaux se… read more »

Hawaiian Islands Biosphere Reserve

Country United States of America Region/State Hawaii Web Address https://www.georgewrightsociety.org/conservation Date Founded 1980 Size (hectares) 99545 Distinguishing Features Mixed island system High biodiversity Many invasive species Main Industries (in terms of employment) Tourism and recreation Agriculture Hawaiian Islands Biosphere Reserve The Hawaiian Islands Biosphere Reserve was established on the islands of Maui and Hawai’i in… read more »

Nordhordland UNESCO Biosphere Area

INTRODUCTION From the outermost skerry, where the ocean swell washes like the planet’s own heartbeats onto the rocks, across heaths and straits, infields and outfields, knolls and hillocks all the way to where the landscape climbs steeply up towards the mountains, and farm stands behind farm all the way to the sky, Nordhordland is Norway… read more »

eco.mont – Journal on Protected Mountain Areas Research and Management

eco.mont – Journal on Protected Mountain Areas Research and Management This open acces journal, registered in the Science Citation Index Expanded, focuses on mountain protected areas around the globe. In consequence, eco.mont would be the ideal medium for biosphere reserves located in mountainous areas to publish research results and management experiences. Please find some brief… read more »

The International Journal of UNESCO Biosphere Reserves

The International Journal of UNESCO Biosphere Reserves For researchers interested in the 701 biosphere reserves designated by UNESCO’s MAB Programme, an in-depth review initiated by Professor Martin Price in 2013 and continued by Dr. Pamela Shaw in 2015, revealed that a wealth of information across a wide range of disciplines was being published. However, given… read more »

Mammoth Cave Biosphere Region 

  Country                     United States of America Region/State Kentucky  Web Address http://www.bradd.org/index.php/mammoth-cave-area-biosphere-reserve Date Founded 1990 Size (hectares) 367979 Distinguishing Features Temperate broadleaf forest Cave systems  Karst topography  Main Industries (in terms of employment) Tourism and recreation, agriculture, manufacturing  Mammoth Cave Biosphere Region  Located in South Central Kentucky, Mammoth Cave Biosphere Region was established in 1990 and… read more »

U.S. Biosphere Network News Spring 2020

U.S. Biosphere Network News is a periodical newsletter providing summaries of notable domestic and international activities by biosphere reserves and partner organizations. The Spring 2020 issue features the Twinning Agreement between Frontenac Arch in Ontario, Canada and Champlain Adirondack in New York, and explores the Big Thicket, New Jersey Pinelands and Apalachicola. Spring USBN Newsletter

Twinning Agreement between the Frontenac Arch Biosphere Network and the Champlain-Adirondack Biosphere Network

Twinning Agreement between the Frontenac Arch Biosphere Network and the Champlain-Adirondack Biosphere Network Brian Houseal and Kelly Cerialo February 2020. In October 2019 at the 3rd Annual Meeting of the Champlain-Adirondack Biosphere Network (CABN), a Twinning Agreement with the Frontenac Arch Biosphere Network (FABN) was signed by their respective Co-Chairs(1) and endorsed by participating USNPS… read more »

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