Symposium on Science & Stewardship to Protect & Sustain Wilderness Values

 

S&SS Theme A: World University Network & The Wildland Research Institute, University Of Leeds, Wilderness Spatial Science Applications: Prioritization For Protection And Monitoring

Program Coordinators – Alan Watson, Aldo Leopold Wilderness Research Institute (awatson@fs.fed.us), Steve Carver, University of Leeds (s.j.carver@leeds.ac.uk), and Zdenka Krenova, Czech Academy of Sciences (zd.krevnova@gmail.com).

 

Session Time Key

A is      9:30 AM to 11:10 AM
B is     11:30 AM to 1:10 PM
C is      3:00 PM to 4:30 PM
D is      5:00 PM to 6:30 PM

 

A-1       Symposium Keynote Speaker & Spatial Science Forum (Plenary), “Wildland Area Attributes and Benefits In Europe And The World”
Scheduled For: Tuesday, Session A– Auditorio

A-3      Wilderness Spatial Science I – Mapping The Wild
Scheduled For: Tuesday, Session C– Auditorio

A-4      Wilderness Spatial Science Ii – Mapping The Wild: Mapping Methods
Scheduled For: Wednesday, Session A– Aula 1.2

A-5      Wilderness Spatial Science Iii – Methods & Measures
Scheduled For: Wednesday, Session B– Aula 1.2

A-6 A Brandenburg Foundation, Corridor Development And Stewardship Training
Scheduled For: Wednesday, Session C– Aula 1.2

A-6 B Brandenburg Foundation, Corridor Development and Stewardship Training (continued)
Scheduled For: Wednesday, Session D– Aula 1.2

 

S&SS A-1:       Symposium Keynote Speaker & Spatial Science Forum (Plenary): “Wildland Area Attributes and Benefits in Europe and the World”

Scheduled For: Tuesday, Session A– Auditorio

Theme: World University Network & The Wildland Research Institute, University of Leeds, Wilderness Spatial Science Applications: Prioritization for Protection and Monitoring

Moderator—Steve Carver, The Wildland Research Institute, University of Leeds

Opening Comments And Introduction Of Keynote Speaker
Steve Carver, The Wildland Research Institute, University of Leeds

Symposium Keynote Speaker: California’s Pacific Coast: An Ocean Wilderness Network Built On Science, Stakeholder Collaboration And Tribal Rights
John Laird, Secretary of Natural Resources, California

A Continental Approach To Wildland Inventory
Rob Lesslie, Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES)

World Mapper Applications
Ben Hennig, Department of Geography, University of Sheffield

A Wilderness Map For Europe
Loek Kuiters, Alterra, University of Wageningen
Michiel van Eupen, Alterra, University of Wageningen

Discussion And Directions
Steve Carver, The Wildland Research Institute, University of Leeds

 

S&SS A-3: WILDERNESS SPATIAL SCIENCE I – MAPPING THE WILD

Scheduled For: Tuesday, Session C– Auditorio

Theme: World University Network & The Wildland Research Institute,University of Leeds, Wilderness Spatial Science Applications: Prioritization for Protection and Monitoring

Moderator—Steve Carver, The Wildland Research Institute, University of Leeds

Introductions
Steve Carver, The Wildland Research Institute, University of Leeds

A Purist Scale Approach To Wilderness Mapping In Iceland
Ranni Ólafsdóttir, The University of Iceland
Anna Dóra Sæþórsdóttir, The University of Iceland
Micael Runnström, Lund University, GIS Centre

Mapping Wilderness Areas In The SouthWestern Carpathians
Dragoș Ștefan Măntoiu, EPC Consultancy
Ionuț Cornel Mirea, Institute of Speleology
Ionuț Șandric, University of Bucharest
Marius Nistorescu, EPC Consultancy
Adrian Hăgătiș, WWF Romania
Erika Stanciu, PROPARK Foundation for Natural Protected Areas

Is There Something Wild In Austria?
Christoph Plutzar, Institute of Social Ecology
Flora Hejjas, WWF Austria
Michael Zika WWF Austria
Bernhard Kohler, WWF Austria

Mapping the Wild –Scotland’s Wildness and Wild Land Resource
Simon Brooks, Scottish Natural Heritage
Catherine Harry, Scottish Natural Heritage
Duncan Blake, Scottish Natural Heritage

 

S&SS A-4: WILDERNESS SPATIAL SCIENCE II – MAPPING THE WILD: MAPPING METHODS

Scheduled For: Wednesday, Session A– Aula 1.2

Theme: World University Network & The Wildland Research Institute, University of Leeds, Wilderness Spatial Science Applications: Prioritization for Protection and Monitoring

Moderator—Steve Carver, The Wildland Research Institute, University of Leeds

Introductions
Steve Carver, The Wildland Research Institute, University of Leeds

Mapping and prioritising areas for connectivity conservation outside of existng protected areas using GIS: A trans-boundary case study in the Pyrénées
J. Carruthers-Jones

The national wilderness inventory: wilderness quality mapping – the Australian experience
Nick Sawyer (Australia)

Mapping wilderness using crowdsourcing
Linda See, International Institute of Applied Systems Analysis
Steffen Fritz, International Institute of Applied Systems Analysis
Christoph Perger, International Institute of Applied Systems Analysis
Christian Schill, International Institute of Applied Systems Analysis
Franziska Albrecht, International Institute of Applied Systems Analysis
Ian McCallum, International Institute of Applied Systems Analysis
Dmitry Schepaschenko, International Institute of Applied Systems Analysis
Marijn Van der Velde, International Institute of Applied Systems Analysis
Florian Kraxner, International Institute of Applied Systems Analysis
Ujjal Deka Baruah, Gauhati University
Anup Saikia, Gauhati University
Kuleswar Singh, Gauhati University
Sergio de Miguel, University of Eastern Finland
Rubul Hazarika, Gauhati University
Ankita Sarkar, Gauhati University
Abel Alan Marcarini, AgroParis Tech
Mrinal Baruah, Gauhati University
Dhrubajyoti Sahariah, Gauhati University
Trishna Changkakati, International Institute of Applied Systems Analysis
Michael Obersteiner, International Institute of Applied Systems Analysis

A big white canvas? Mapping and modeling human impact inAntarctica
Steve Carver, University of Leeds
Tina Tin, Antarctic and Southern Oceans Coalition

Discussion
Steve Carver, The Wildland Research Institute, University of Leeds

 

S&SS A-5: WILDERNESS SPATIAL SCIENCE III – METHODS & MEASURES

Scheduled For: Wednesday, Session B– Aula 1.2

Theme: World University Network & The Wildland Research Institute, University of Leeds, Wilderness Spatial Science Applications: Prioritization for Protection and Monitoring

Moderator—Steve Carver, The Wildland Research Institute, University of Leeds

Introductions
Steve Carver, The Wildland Research Institute, University of Leeds

Developing a spatial approach to wild andscenicrivers: a case study ofScotland’s freshwater resources
Steve Carver, The Wildland Research Institute, University of Leeds

Protected areas in the conterminous United States: a new quantitative environmental framework to evaluate their current and future coverages
E. Batllori, Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management in the College of Natural Resources at the University of California, Berkeley
C. Miller, Aldo Leopold Wilderness Research Institute
S.A. Parks, Aldo Leopold Wilderness Research Institute
M-A Parisien, Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forest Service
M. Moritz, Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management in the College of Natural Resources at the University of California, Berkeley

What is it that parks protect? Searching for quantitative baselines of conservation status
Elia Palop Navarro, University of Oviedo
Mario Quevedo, University of Oviedo
María José Bañuelos, University of Oviedo

Mapping wilderness character for US National Park wildernesses
James Tricker, Aldo Leopold Wilderness Research Institute

Discussion
Steve Carver, The Wildland Research Institute, University of Leeds

 

S&SS A-6a: BRANDENBURG FOUNDATION, CORRIDOR DEVELOPMENT AND STEWARDSHIP TRAINING

Scheduled For: Wednesday, Session C– Aula 1.2

Theme: World University Network & The Wildland Research Institute, University of Leeds, Wilderness Spatial Science Applications: Prioritization for Protection and Monitoring

Moderator—Anika Niebrugge Coordinator, Brandenburg Foundation

 

S&SS A-6b: BRANDENBURG FOUNDATION, CORRIDOR DEVELOPMENT AND STEWARDSHIP TRAINING Continued

Scheduled For: Wednesday, Session D– Aula 1.2

Theme: World University Network & The Wildland Research Institute, University of Leeds, Wilderness Spatial Science Applications: Prioritization for Protection and Monitoring

Moderator – Anika Niebrugge, Brandenburg Foundation