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Vulnerability Analysis and Monitoring Program for Detecting Changes in San Francisco Bay Tidal Marsh Bird Populations

Dates

Start Date
2010-08
End Date
2012-03
Start Date
2010-09-01 07:00:00
End Date
2012-04-01 07:00:00

Citation

Nadav Nur(Principal Investigator), San Francisco Bay Joint Venture(Cooperator/Partner), U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service(Cooperator/Partner), San Francisco Bay Bird Observatory(Cooperator/Partner), San Francisco Estuary Institute and Partnership(Cooperator/Partner), Invasive Spartina Project(Cooperator/Partner), California Department of Fish and Wildlife(Cooperator/Partner), California Landscape Conservation Cooperative(Funding Agency), 2010-08(Start), 2012-03(End), Vulnerability Analysis and Monitoring Program for Detecting Changes in San Francisco Bay Tidal Marsh Bird Populations, http://climate.calcommons.org/project/vulnerability-analysis-and-monitoring-program-detecting-changes-san-francisco-bay-tidal, http://climate.calcommons.org/article/featured-project-assessing-vulnerability-tidal-marsh-birds, http://data.prbo.org/apps/sfbslr/index.php?page=lcc-page

Summary

This project designed a monitoring program and protocol to detect the effects of climate change on tidal marsh bird population abundance and distribution. It is a companion to “Tidal Marsh Bird Population and Habitat Assessment for San Francisco Bay under Future Climate Change Conditions” and will build on its products, enabling evaluation of the long-term viability of four tidal-marsh bird species threatened by impacts of climate change: Clapper Rail, Black Rail, Common Yellowthroat, and Song Sparrow (three endemic subspecies: San Pablo, Suisun, and Alameda). Information is available through the California Avian Data Center. See also: http://data.prbo.org/apps/sfbslr/index.php?page=lcc-page

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Purpose

San Francisco Bay Joint Venture, USFWS SF Bay National Wildlife Refuge Complex, SF Bay Bird Observatory, San Francisco Estuary Institute, Invasive Spartina Project, California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Bay Conservation & Development Council, California Coastal Conservancy, Sonoma Land Trust

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Alternate Titles

  • Vulnerability Analysis and Monitoring Program for Detecting Changes in San Francisco Bay Tidal Marsh Bird Populations Resulting from Climate Change

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