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INTERIOR ARCTIC PARKS Post-Workshop Brainstorming Session: WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE? April 13 , 2012. Climate Change Planning in Alaska’s National Parks. Common Issues. Education TEK in planning Co-management Cooperation at local level Budget issues Data coordination Monitoring.

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interior arctic parks post workshop brainstorming session where do we go from here april 13 2012
INTERIOR ARCTIC PARKS

Post-Workshop Brainstorming Session:

WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?

April 13, 2012

Climate Change Planning in Alaska’s National Parks

common issues
Common Issues
  • Education
  • TEK in planning
  • Co-management
  • Cooperation at local level
  • Budget issues
  • Data coordination
  • Monitoring
important management actions
Important Management Actions
  • Hire/train technology innovators
  • Partner with agencies (NHSA) for remote connectivity
  • Increased fire staff for suppression
  • Infrastructure for tourism
  • Coordinate data collection + analysis between groups
  • Produce education products from meetings for community presentations
  • Native life education in classrooms
  • Collaborative scenario planning area communities
  • Amend NPS policies to address CC: review, refine and make relevant
  • Support for science based information to inform decisions
  • Enterprise teams for response to climate change impacts
  • Increased energy efficient facilities & vehicles
  • Needs assessment & GAP analysis or ARCN I&M program
  • Track & allow movement of new species expanding area
  • Enterprise teams cooperate with composed of other local, state & federal personnel
  • Need to address increased staff & more local hire
possible products
Possible Products

Report

pros

  • Includes all details on process, results, scientific background, narratives, and discussion
  • Can be peer-reviewed; “official”
  • Can also be made available on line

cons

  • Too long and unwieldy for many audiences
  • Expensive to produce (full color printing, binding, etc.
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Possible Products

Poster

pros

  • Includes some details on process, results, scientific background, narratives, and discussion
  • Highly portable
  • Many venues for presentation; wide range of audiences
  • Can also be made available on line

cons

  • Too brief to convey the full depth of the process and results
  • Can’t fully convey narratives
  • Risk of misinterpretation
possible products2
Possible Products

Video/Youtube

pros

  • Can be made available on line
  • Appealing and accessible to a wide range of audiences; compelling
  • Excellent format for narratives

cons

  • Risk of misinterpretation
  • May be considered less “official” or “serious”
  • Difficult to include all information and background
possible products3
Possible Products
  • Curriculum
  • Trainings
  • Community meetings
  • Workshops
  • Audio/podcast
  • Other?
resources and feedback from participants
Resources and Feedback from Participants
  • Roger Kay
    • Science not always well integrated
    • Wilderness issues poorly represented
    • Stores may be misleading
  • John Chase
    • Climate change contacts list
    • Trip report
links to snap products
Links to SNAP products
  • Maps, graphs, and charts of climate projections
  • By region or by park
  • Temperature, precipitation, season length, thaw, freeze, other?
slide11

Central Alaska

Date of Freeze Projections

5-model average

A1B scenario

2010s

2090s

2050s

slide12

Central Alaska

Date of Thaw Projections

5-model average

A1B scenario

2010s

2050s

2090s

slide13

Central Alaska

Length of Growing Season Projections

5-model average

A1B scenario

2010s

2050s

2090s

links to public education topics
Links to public education topics

PDO education

  • Poorly informed public
  • Strong impacts on perception of climate change
links to public education topics1
Links to public education topics

Fire

  • Public knowledge?
  • Effects on tipping points

Bettles fire 2004 http://www.wunderground.com/wximage/AlaskaMark/11?gallery=

slide16

Links to public education topics

Extreme Events

  • Important in workshop process
  • Uncertain
  • Important
  • Effects on tipping points

http://neven1.typepad.com/blog/arctic-storms/

surveys
Surveys

Audiences?

Questions to ask?

Information gaps?

Ways to use the results?

NPS limits on surveys

Other groups that can do this?

missing links
Missing Links
  • Mining industry
  • Oil/gas industry
  • More communities
    • Understanding of culture and values
    • Place-based education