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Assessing Vulnerability of Tidal Marsh Birds to Climate Change through the Analysis of Population Dynamics and Viability

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2012-01-01 08:00:00

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California Landscape Conservation Cooperative(administrator), Nadav Nur(Principal Investigator), Point Blue Conservation Science(publisher), 2012-01-01(Publication), Assessing Vulnerability of Tidal Marsh Birds to Climate Change through the Analysis of Population Dynamics and Viability, http://data.prbo.org/apps/sfbslr/index.php?page=lcc-page

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The vulnerability of species at risk from climate change is recognized as an important issue in California as well as globally. Assessing vulnerability requires information on the long-term viability of populations and understanding the influences on that viability, due to environmental drivers as well as impacts of management action. We developed population-dynamic models to assess and better understand the long-term population viability of four key, tidal marsh-dependent species, under a variety of environmental conditions, including climate change impacts. In the San Francisco Estuary, each species is represented by one or more subspecies that is entirely or mainly confined to the tidal marsh habitat in the region: California Black [...]

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