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Avian demographic response to climate change: a multi-species and multi-landscape approach to synthesizing risk factors.

Dates

Start Date
2010-07
End Date
2011-05
Start Date
2010-08-01 07:00:00
End Date
2011-06-01 07:00:00

Citation

California Landscape Conservation Cooperative(administrator), Josh T Ackerman(Principal Investigator), Mark P Herzog(Co-Investigator), 2010-07(Start), 2011-05(End), Avian demographic response to climate change: a multi-species and multi-landscape approach to synthesizing risk factors., http://climate.calcommons.org/project/avian-demographic-response-climate-change

Summary

This project researched the expected variation in avian demographic responses to environmental change across a gradient of species and landscapes from the San Francisco Bay to the Central Valley of California. We used two avian taxa, waterfowl and songbirds, as case studies for the integration of long-term demographic data with climate change variables. For each taxon, we assessed and synthesized several demographic responses to climate change variables (i.e., precipitation and temperature) to explore the relationship between four large-scale climate indices and bird species arrival dates and nest survival. A web-based application provides natural resource managers with project results.

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Central Valley Joint Venture, San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge Complex, San Pablo Bay National Wildlife Refuge, USGS, California Waterfowl Association

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typeShort Project Description
valueThis project researched the expected variation in avian demographic responses to environmental change across a gradient of species and landscapes from the San Francisco Bay to the Central Valley of California. We used two avian taxa, waterfowl and songbirds, as case studies for the integration of long-term demographic data with climate change variables. For each taxon, we assessed and synthesized several demographic responses to climate change variables (i.e., precipitation and temperature) to explore the relationship between four large-scale climate indices and bird species arrival dates and nest survival. A web-based application provides natural resource managers with project results.
projectStatusCompleted

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amount99925.0
recipientU.S. Geological Survey
sourceU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
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totalFunds106187.0
totalFunds106187.0

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  • Avian breeding demographic response to climate change: a multi-species and multi-landscape approach to synthesizing risk factors

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