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Implications of climate change for wetland-dependent birds in the Prairie Potholes Region

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Creation
2013-05-10 17:58:58
Last Update
2017-08-30 18:25:03
Start Date
2010-07
Award Date
2012-12
Publication Date
2016-07-04 05:00:00
Start Date
2010-06-01 17:33:11
End Date
2013-09-30 17:33:11

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Susan K Skagen(Principal Investigator), Plains and Prairie Potholes Landscape Conservation Cooperative(administrator), Plains & Prairie Potholes LCC Data Manager(Point of Contact), LCC Network Data Steward(Point of Contact), Susan K Skagen(Author), Valerie A. Steen(Author), Cynthia P. Melcher(Author), 2013-05-10(creation), 2017-08-30(lastUpdate), 2010-07(Start), 2012-12(Award), 2016-07-04(Publication), Implications of climate change for wetland-dependent birds in the Prairie Potholes Region

Summary

The habitats and food resources required to support breeding and migrant birds dependent on North American prairie wetlands are threatened by impending climate change. The North American Prairie Pothole Region (PPR) hosts nearly 120 species of wetland-dependent birds representing 21 families. Strategic management requires knowledge of avian habitat requirements and assessment of species most vulnerable to future threats. We applied bioclimatic species distribution models (SDMs) to project range changes of 29 wetland-dependent bird species using ensemble modeling techniques, a large number of General Circulation Models (GCMs), and hydrological climate covariates. For the U.S. PPR, mean projected range change, expressed as a proportion [...]

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