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The Distribution of Early-winter Flooding in the Central Valley of California: 200-2010

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2011-05-01

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Matt Reiter(Principal Investigator), California Landscape Conservation Cooperative(funder), California Landscape Conservation Cooperative(administrator), 2011-05-01(Publication), The Distribution of Early-winter Flooding in the Central Valley of California: 200-2010, http://climate.calcommons.org/sites/default/files/PRBO_CVWaterDistribution_CALCC2010_Final.pdf

Summary

The Central Valley of California (CVC) is an important region for wintering shorebirds in the Pacific Flyway. Despite the importance of the CVC for Pacific Flyway shorebirds, currently there is no regular monitoring to quantify spatial and temporal variation and trends in shorebird populations using this landscape. Although the distribution shorebird habitat, including managed wetlands, vernal pools, and evaporation ponds, is mostly known and typically relatively stable over time, spatial and temporal variation in the distribution of flooded agricultural shorebird habitat is not well understood. Due to their ability to respond quickly to changing habitat conditions, shorebirds may shift their wintering distribution in response annual [...]

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