1. Adaptation and Mitigation | Climate Wisconsin

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    This animated video produced by the Wisconsin Educational Communications Board distinguishes the roles of mitigation and adaptation in responding to climate change. The video offers examples of actions that humans can take as individuals and a society to adapt to and mitigate the impacts of climate change on natural and built environments. More info and educational resources available at http://www.climatewisconsin.org. Production Credits: Finn Ryan – producer, script Threehouse Media – illustration, animation Ted Leonard – voice Special Thanks: Wisconsin Initiative on Climate Change Impacts © 2010 Wisconsin Educational Communications Board

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    • Ice Fishing | Climate Wisconsin

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      Climate change is affecting the duration of ice cover on Lake Monona in Madison, WI. In this multimedia video produced by the Wisconsin Educational Communications Board, learn about the relationship between ice fishing and decreasing ice cover through the eyes of two local ice fishers. More info and educational resources available at http://www.climatewisconsin.org. Resource Credits: Finn Ryan – producer, director David Nevala – photography, editing Asche and Spencer – music Special Thanks: Norma Marchant Tom Marchant Robert Weimer John Magnuson – Center for Limnology, University of Wisconsin-Madison © 2010 Wisconsin Educational Communications Board

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      • Phenology | Climate Wisconsin

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        In this multimedia video produced by the Wisconsin Educational Communications Board, Nina Leopold Bradley recounts how she learned as a child to record first flower blooms and the arrival of birds on her family’s land along the Wisconsin River. She introduces the practice of phenology, or the study of the timing of life cycles of plants and animals, and explores evidence of climate change from records her family has kept since 1935. More info and educational resources available at http://www.climatewisconsin.org. Production Credits: Finn Ryan – producer, director David Nevala – photography, editing Asche and Spencer – music Aldo Leopold Foundation – historical images Kevin Cole – image Peter Gorman – image Matt Knoth – image Rick Leche – image Aditi Raval – image Jay Williams – image Aditi the Stargazer – image Mark Fischer – audio Special Thanks: Nina Leopold Bradley Trish Stevenson Kathe Crowley Conn – Aldo Leopold Nature Center © 2010 Wisconsin Educational Communications Board

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        • Great Lakes Shipping | Climate Wisconsin

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          Come aboard with Pilot Randy Hayes on the Isa, a Great Lakes cargo ship carrying steel to the Port of Milwaukee, and explore the impacts of climate change on Great Lakes shipping. Learn how water level and shipping season affect the amount of cargo a ship can carry in this multimedia video produced by the Wisconsin Educational Communications Board. More info and educational resources available at http://www.climatewisconsin.org. Production credits: Finn Ryan – producer, director Mike Klinski – photography Callum Thomson – photography, audio David Nevala – editing Asche and Spencer – music Special Thanks: Randy Hayes Luke Kvapil Great Lakes Towing Company © 2010 Wisconsin Educational Communications Board

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          • Farming | Climate Wisconsin

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            Kyle Niedfeldt Zenz, a fourth generation farmer in Bangor, WI, is the farm manager at Old Oak Family Farm. Watch as she describes the diverse crops and animals raised on the farm and the challenges they face from climate change, including pests and disease, in this multimedia video produced by the Wisconsin Educational Communications Board. More info and educational resources available at http://www.climatewisconsin.org. Production Credits: Finn Ryan – producer, director, photography David Nevala – photography, video, editing Asche and Spencer – music Special Thanks: Kyle Niedfeldt Zenz Jerry Niedfeldt Old Oak Family Farm © 2010 Wisconsin Educational Communications Board

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            • Forestry | Climate Wisconsin

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              In this multimedia video produced by the Wisconsin Educational Communications Board, Marshall Pecore, forest manager for Menominee Tribal Enterprises, describes the forest's economic and cultural value, and the management techniques used in order to sustain it. He identifies invasive species and diseases as a major threat to forest health—a threat that may intensify as Wisconsin’s climate warms. More info and educational resources available at http://www.climatewisconsin.org. Production Credits: Finn Ryan – producer, director David Nevala – photography, video, editing Asche and Spencer – music Special Thanks: Marshall Pecore Menominee Tribal Enterprises Avery Dorland – Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources © 2010 Wisconsin Educational Communications Board

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              • Extreme Heat | Climate Wisconsin

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                This multimedia video produced by the Wisconsin Educational Communications Board features Elijah Furquan, a spoken word artist in Milwaukee, WI, who describes the effects of extreme heat on his urban community. More info and educational resources available at http://www.climatewisconsin.org. Production Credits: Finn Ryan – producer, director, photography David Nevala – photography, video, editing Dillon Parker – music Special Thanks: Elijah Furquan Dasha Kelly – Office of Multicultural Arts Initiatives, University of Wisconsin-Madison © 2010 Wisconsin Educational Communications Board

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                • Fly Fishing | Climate Wisconsin

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                  Follow Peter Cozad, a fly fishing guide in Viroqua as he explores a few of the many trout streams in southwestern Wisconsin. Learn why fly fishing is important to the economy of the region as well as to him personally, and how it may be threatened by climate change in this multimedia video produced by the Wisconsin Educational Communications Board. More info and educational resources available at http://www.climatewisconsin.org. Production Credits: Finn Ryan – producer, director, video David Nevala – photography, video, editing Asche and Spencer – music Special Thanks: Peter Cozad Driftless Angler Fly Shop © 2010 Wisconsin Educational Communications Board

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                  • Sugaring | Climate Wisconsin

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                    This multimedia video produced by the Wisconsin Educational Communications Board follows Kat Becker and Tony Shultz, third generation maple syrup producers in Athens, WI, through a day of sugaring. Kat and Tony describe the process of collecting and boiling down sap to produce maple syrup. They explore how specific weather conditions are necessary for the process and how those conditions may be impacted by climate change. More info and educational resources available at http://www.climatewisconsin.org. Production Credits: Finn Ryan – producer, director David Nevala – photography, video, editing Asche and Spencer – music Special Thanks: Kat Becker Tony Schultz Stoney Acres Farm © 2010 Wisconsin Educational Communications Board

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