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John B Bradford

Research Ecologist

Southwest Biological Science Center

Email: jbradford@usgs.gov
Office Phone: 928-556-7300
Fax: (928) 556-9111
ORCID: 0000-0001-9257-6303

Location
Bldgs.4And5
2255 North Gemini Drive
Flagstaff , AZ 86001
US

Supervisor: Jeffrey E Lovich
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Monthly Standardize Precipitation Evapotranspiration Index (SPEI), Daily soil-water potential (MPa) and soil temperature (degree C) data for plots from SageSuccess. The SageSuccess Project is a joint effort between USGS, BLM, and FWS to understand how to establish big sagebrush and ultimately restore functioning sagebrush ecosystems. Improving the success of land management treatments to restore sagebrush-steppe is important for reducing the long-term impacts of rangeland fire on sage-grouse and over 350 other wildlife species that use these habitats.
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These data represent simulated soil temperature and moisture conditions for current climate, and for future climate represented by all available climate models at two time periods during the 21st century. These data were used to: 1) quantify the direction and magnitude of expected changes in several measures of soil temperature and soil moisture, including the key variables used to distinguish the regimes used in the R and R categories; 2) assess how these changes will impact the geographic distribution of soil temperature and moisture regimes; and 3) explore the implications for using R and R categories for estimating future ecosystem resilience and resistance.
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During the November, 2012 SRLCC Steering Committee (SC) meeting in Phoenix, the SC formulated 10 questions about the character and composition of the landscape and emerging landscape-scale trends. The SC requested that data analysis be performed to answer these ten questions. The deliverable will be a “state of the knowledge of Southern Rockies landscape character and composition.” The results here were presented at the April 2014 SC meeting in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
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These data were compiled using a new multivariate matching algorithm that transfers simulated soil moisture conditions (Bradford et al. 2020) from an original 10-km resolution to a 30-arcsec spatial resolution. Also, these data are a supplement to a previously published journal article (Bradford et al., 2020) and USGS data release (Bradford and Schlaepfer, 2020). The objectives of our study were to (1) characterize geographic patterns in ecological drought under historical climate, (2) quantify the direction and magnitude of projected responses in ecological drought under climate change, (3) identify areas and drought metrics with projected changes that are robust across climate models for a representative set of...
Tags: 30-arcsecond, Alberta, Arizona, Botany, British Columbia, All tags...
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