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Climate Adaptation Strategies for Desert Amphibians Paper and Web Modules

Dates

Creation
2016-06-24 17:45:45
Last Update
2017-09-12 17:17:45
Start Date
2014-06-01
End Date
2014-12-30
Start Date
2014-06-01 06:00:00
End Date
2014-12-30 07:00:00

Citation

LCC Network Data Steward(Point of Contact), Desert Landscape Conservation Cooperative(administrator), Kerry L Griffis-Kyle(Principal Investigator), 2016-06-24(creation), 2017-09-12(lastUpdate), 2014-06-01(Start), 2014-12-30(End), Climate Adaptation Strategies for Desert Amphibians Paper and Web Modules, https://www.sciencebase.gov/catalog/item/576d71c9e4b07657d1a37678, https://desertlcc.org/project/climate-adaptation-strategies-desert-amphibians-paper-and-web-modules-0

Summary

There are few resources that provide managers cross-scale information for planning climate adaptation strategies for species and taxa at risk. Appropriate allocation of resources requires an understanding of mechanisms influencing a species’ risk to global change. Dr. Griffis-Kyle will produce a manuscript for peer-reviewed publication and create content for web pages that can be included on the Desert LCC website that provide modules on amphibian climate adaptation strategies. This work is associated with addressing Desert LCC Critical Management Question 4: Physiological Stress of Climate Change and follows a webinar that Dr. Griffis-Kyle presented for the Desert LCC’s CMQ 4 team, titled “Climate and Desert Amphibian Physiology: [...]

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Purpose

The main goal of this project is to coordinate information flow between scientists and managers and to support research that will address management needs at the landscape scale. This work will target three of the published Desert LCC goals: • “Science Development and Delivery” • “Collaboration and Communication” • “Outreach and Education”

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projectProducts
productDescriptionManuscript
statusDelivered
productDescriptionWeb Modules
statusDelivered
projectStatusCompleted

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annualBudgets
year2014
fundingSources
amount15323.0
recipientTexas Tech University
sourceU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
totalFunds15323.0
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typeAgreement Number
valueF14AC00341
totalFunds15323.0

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Cooperative Agreement FWS F14AC00341

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