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Chippewa-LLBO Adaptation Menu Training - Shared screen with gallery view
Jenn Youngblood
48:10
Climate Change Scorecard :0
Keith Karnes
51:32
Perhaps the Climate Change Scorecard might be something to share at quarterly meetings between CNF and LLBO?
Millie
52:26
great idea Keith ! I will add it to our agenda
Micah Reuber
57:28
Is there a decadal version of that scatterplot? Would that show a linear change or clustered change more in the recent decades?
Keith Karnes
57:55
Good question Micah
Kristen Schmitt, NIACS
59:32
Good question Micah, I haven't seen a decadal version. I think Kenny likes the scatterplot to make the point that we can still get some cold years, even as the trend gets warmer.
Keith Karnes
01:06:43
I think it's interesting to see the crazy variability in max rainfall events.
Douglas Putt- FS
01:07:42
good to see this information for MN, I have seen similar figures for my home state, MI, but this is my first MN specific look at climate change.
Brandy Toft - Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe
01:09:14
put the code back up
Stephen Handler NIACS
01:09:37
you'll see it at the top of Kristen's slides
Anna Plumb
01:10:19
in
Casey Goldsmith
01:10:21
in
Brandy Toft - Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe
01:10:22
in
Adam Cook
01:10:23
in
Eric Krumm
01:10:26
in
Anthony Mazzini (he/him)
01:10:27
in
JR Martinez
01:10:29
In
Ann
01:10:33
in
Stephen Handler NIACS
01:11:49
thanks everyone! if anyone is having trouble let me know if you need the link or anything. www.menti.com
Stephen Handler NIACS
01:12:02
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Eric Krumm
01:18:46
Yes
Keith Karnes
01:20:37
I'm curious about "clean"
Eric Krumm
01:20:37
Thanks Dave! That helped.
Kate Hagsten
01:23:40
Invasive species taking over native habitat
Millie
01:24:02
Turkeys! they are everywhere
Keith Karnes
01:30:21
Decreased diversity
David Morley - USFS
01:32:44
Lowland forest is a concern on the Superior NF as well.
Eric Krumm
01:40:22
I know raspberries and blackberries can thrive in disturbed areas, but not sure of climate impacts.
David Morley - USFS
01:41:48
Looking back to the watershed question, water level was a big response, and now wild rice. The two are very much connected.
Millie
01:44:07
increased water temps
Millie
01:44:28
oops - wrong screen lol
Ann
01:46:39
hunting seasons and species change
Keith Karnes
01:46:47
ATVs often have impacts on wetland edges
Sandy Miller
01:47:08
Erosion is affecting beach areas at rec sites.
Ann
01:47:26
changes to beaches/loss of beaches
Ann
01:48:20
changes in vegetation creates (at times) not so attractive areas to recreate in
David Morley - USFS
01:51:55
Who put mesoficaton? Good comment to respond a little more on.
Kristen Schmitt, NIACS
01:52:48
I will ask, David!
Micah Reuber
01:52:53
Also increase in human population leading to more nutrient runoff into lakes leading to cyanobacteria blooms. Settlement patterns steering people away from deserts or hot southern areas would push population pressure this way.
Ann
01:55:06
with additional single housing development across the private landscape and additional urban expansion, an increase in hotter, more frequent fires will interact with that development
Micah Reuber
01:55:27
More moisture grows more fuels to burn. Then interject a drought to crisp up the fuel and there is a greater fire risk.
David Morley - USFS
01:56:46
mesic=wetter as a crude example
Keith Karnes
01:57:03
Haha, I'm crude like that
Keith Karnes
01:58:03
I have my fingers crossed the polar vortex will keep masses of people from moving to the area...
Micah Reuber
02:06:24
Heading to another meeting for an hour. Will catch up on this one ASAP.
Kate Hagsten
02:15:24
yes
Tanya Roerick
02:15:24
same for me
erictaylor
02:15:28
yes
Sandy Miller
02:15:29
He is cutting out
Anna Plumb
02:15:40
he broke up but clear now
Anna Plumb
02:19:00
To All Chippewa Folks; We are supposed to be using this document for all of our NEPA documents
David Morley - USFS
02:20:45
The Superior NF is also incorporating this document into its NEPA efforts.
Keith Karnes
02:22:03
How much input do Regional and Central office folks have in utilization of Adaptation Menus?
Keith Karnes
02:23:35
Boost Creativity....love it!!!
David Morley - USFS
02:25:07
Good question Keith. Maybe someone else on the call can respond to that?
Keith Karnes
02:26:41
We have often heard about "national standards"
Keith Karnes
02:29:25
Cool, thanks Anna and Stephen
Kristen Schmitt, NIACS
02:33:50
The Forested Watersheds menu has some prominent soils talk.
Stephen Handler NIACS
02:34:04
https://forestadaptation.org/learn/chippewa-national-forest-leech-lake-band-ojibwe-adaptation-menu-training
Keith Karnes
02:59:07
alot of them
David Morley - USFS
02:59:58
Work with Eric Raitanen now on future culvert inventory opportunities.
Eric Krumm
03:00:22
OK Dave. Thanks!
Brandy Toft - Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe
03:01:44
Have to run to next meeting - see you in am
Anna Plumb
03:01:57
Forest Carbon Menu: 2.1, 2.3, 3.1 and more just from that menu
Sandy Miller
03:03:35
I read the Fire Adaptation Approaches and I thought the phrase "unacceptable severe fire", which sounded like there was acceptable severe fire?
Ann
03:03:42
have to leave for the next meeting. thanks for the information today!
Karen Lessard
03:04:42
Also off to another meeting. Good to "see" folks … thank you and will be back tomorrow!
Keith Karnes
03:04:52
Eric, we are planting for diversity in ash stands
Eric Krumm
03:05:03
OK. Cool.
Kate Hagsten
03:05:16
I had that one too Eric
Eric Krumm
03:06:45
Have to go to next meeting. Thank you for putting this on!
Stephen Handler NIACS
03:07:33
https://forestadaptation.org/learn/chippewa-national-forest-leech-lake-band-ojibwe-adaptation-menu-training
David Morley - USFS
03:08:19
THANKS! Great morning.
Raining White- Leech Lake DRM
03:09:03
thank you!
Jeremy N
03:09:07
thx
Tanya Roerick
03:09:08
Thank you!
Anthony Mazzini (he/him)
03:09:14
Thank you!