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Helping Managers Develop and Implement a Consistent Method to Prioritize Conservation and Identify Climate Adaptation Strategies for Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout

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2013-10-01
Start Date
2013-10-01
End Date
2016-12-21

Citation

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks(Fiscal Agent), Idaho Dept of Fish & Game(Fiscal Agent), US Geological Survey(Fiscal Agent), Montana State University(Fiscal Agent), Wildlife Conservation Society(Fiscal Agent), Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks(Fiscal Agent), US Fish and Wildlife Service(Fiscal Agent), Wyoming Game & Fish Dept(Fiscal Agent), Western Native Trout Initiative(Fiscal Agent), US Geological Survey(Fiscal Agent), Judy O'Dwyer(Fiscal Agent), Robert Al-Chokhachy(Principal Investigator), Wildlife Conservation Society(Principal Investigator), Bradley Shepard(Principal Investigator), Trout Unlimited(Principal Investigator), Amy Haak(Principal Investigator), Jack Williams(Principal Investigator), Western Native Trout Initiative(Collaborator), Robin Knox(Collaborator), Multi-state Interagency Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout Conservation Work Group(Collaborator), Lee Nelson(Collaborator), Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks(Principal Investigator), Scott Opitz(Principal Investigator), Idaho Dept of Fish & Game(Principal Investigator), Dan Garren(Principal Investigator), Friends of the Teton River(Fiscal Agent), Mike Lien(Fiscal Agent), Helping Managers Develop and Implement a Consistent Method to Prioritize Conservation and Identify Climate Adaptation Strategies for Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout, http://greatnorthernlcc.org/gnlcc_projects/prj_report.html?PRJ_ID=357

Summary

Despite extensive knowledge and data surrounding the status and threats to Yellowstone cutthroat trout there is currently no comprehensive framework for prioritizing conservation of populations and metapopulations (i.e., locations) and potential actions that could be taken in these locations to secure and expand populations, particularly in anticipation of climate change. Through our existing collaboration with state and federal management partners from Idaho, Wyoming, Utah, Nevada, and Montana, we propose to integrate existing information on Yellowstone cutthroat trout status and limiting factors in a spatially-explicit conservation priority framework adapted from a financial portfolio concept aimed at maximizing species persistence [...]

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Population & Habitat Evaluation/Projection Conservation Planning Vulnerability Assessment State agencies Federal resource managers Policy makers & regulators

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