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Tidal Marsh Bird Population and Habitat Assessment

Dates

Creation
2014-02-04 02:00:21
Last Update
2014-12-04 22:32:34
Start Date
2010-08
End Date
2012-02
Start Date
2010-09-01 07:00:00
End Date
2014-12-01 08:00:00

Citation

Sam Veloz(Principal Investigator), Grant Ballard(Principal Investigator), San Francisco Bay Joint Venture(Cooperator/Partner), Bay Area Ecosystem Climate Change Consortium(Cooperator/Partner), California Department of Fish and Wildlife(Cooperator/Partner), U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service(Cooperator/Partner), California State Coastal Conservancy(Cooperator/Partner), San Francisco Estuary Institute and Partnership(Cooperator/Partner), San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission(Cooperator/Partner), Sonoma Land Trust(Cooperator/Partner), California Landscape Conservation Cooperative(Funding Agency), 2014-02-04(creation), 2014-12-04(lastUpdate), 2010-08(Start), 2012-02(End), Tidal Marsh Bird Population and Habitat Assessment

Summary

This project assessed the potential effects of climate change on tidal marsh habitats and bird populations, identified priority sites for tidal marsh conservation and restoration, and developed a web-based mapping tool for managers to interactively display and query results. Project results can be found at PRBO’s San Francisco Bay Sea-Level Rise Website

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Purpose

San Francisco Bay Joint Venture, USFWS Tidal Marsh Recovery Plan, California Department of Fish and Wildlife, California Coastal Conservancy, San Francisco Estuary Institute, Bay Conservation and Development Council, Sonoma Land Trust

Project Extension

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typeComments
projectProducts
productDescriptionMap
statusExpected
productDescriptionApplications and Tools
statusExpected
productDescriptionTraining/Outreach/Workshop
statusExpected
projectStatusCompleted

Budget Extension

annualBudgets
year2010
fundingSources
amount100241.0
recipientPoint Blue Conservation Science
sourceU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
amount15000.0
recipientPoint Blue Conservation Science
sourceAnonymous Donor
matchingtrue
amount10000.0
recipientPoint Blue Conservation Science
sourceJ. M. Long Foundation
matchingtrue
amount10000.0
recipientPoint Blue Conservation Science
sourceNOAA Sectoral Applications Research Program
matchingtrue
amount11260.0
recipientPoint Blue Conservation Science
sourceSouth Bay Salt Pond Project Management Team
matchingtrue
totalFunds146501.0
totalFunds146501.0

Additional Information

Alternate Titles

  • Tidal Marsh Bird Population and Habitat Assessment for SF Bay Under Future Climate Change Conditions

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