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Reducing Uncertainty Regarding Impacts of Climate Change on Biodiversity in the California Desert

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Creation
2014-03-06 18:52:09
Last Update
2017-09-26 18:27:42
Start Date
2013-10-01
End Date
2014-09-30
Start Date
2013-10-01 05:00:00
End Date
2014-09-30 05:00:00

Citation

LCC Network Data Steward(Point of Contact), Desert Landscape Conservation Cooperative(administrator), Cameron W Barrows(Principal Investigator), Josh Hoines(Cooperator/Partner), Joshua Tree National Park(Cooperator/Partner), Michael Vamstad(Cooperator/Partner), Michael Allen(Cooperator/Partner), 2014-03-06(creation), 2017-09-26(lastUpdate), 2013-10-01(Start), 2014-09-30(End), Reducing Uncertainty Regarding Impacts of Climate Change on Biodiversity in the California Desert, https://www.sciencebase.gov/catalog/item/5318c3d9e4b0ae6e9d5a3ba8

Summary

University of California Riverside’s Center for Conservation Biology will create a sustainable resource monitoring framework that will provide empirical data identifying if and how climate change is changing the composition and vitality of Joshua Tree National Park. These data will then help focus the Park’s resource management programs to help ensure the Park’s rich biodiversity can be sustained to the extent possible. A broader goal is to have this framework adopted across the surrounding public lands to then integrate data from multiple sites and land management philosophies to create an unambiguous picture of the impacts of climate change across the desert region.

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Purpose

The overarching goal of this project is to create a sustainable resource monitoring framework that will provide empirical data identifying if and how climate change is changing the composition and vitality of Joshua Tree National Park. These data will then help focus the Park’s resource management programs to help ensure the Park’s rich biodiversity can be sustained to the extent possible. A broader goal is to have this framework adopted across the surrounding public lands to then integrate data from multiple sites and land management philosophies to create an unambiguous picture of the impacts of climate change across the desert region.

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typeShort Project Description
valueUniversity of California Riverside’s Center for Conservation Biology will create a sustainable resource monitoring framework that will provide empirical data identifying if and how climate change is changing the composition and vitality of Joshua Tree National Park. These data will then help focus the Park’s resource management programs to help ensure the Park’s rich biodiversity can be sustained to the extent possible. A broader goal is to have this framework adopted across the surrounding public lands to then integrate data from multiple sites and land management philosophies to create an unambiguous picture of the impacts of climate change across the desert region.
projectStatusCompleted

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year2013
fundingSources
amount46035.0
recipientUniversity of California Riverside
sourceU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
totalFunds46035.0
year2013
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amount165000.0
recipientUniversity of California Riverside
sourceU.S. National Park Service
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totalFunds165000.0
totalFunds211035.0

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  • Desert Landscape Conservation Cooperative
  • LC MAP - Landscape Conservation Management and Analysis Portal

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Cooperative Agreement FWS F13AP00674

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