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FishCAFE: Response of an Arctic Freshwater Ecosystem to Climate and Land-use Change

Dates

Creation
2013-05-01
Span of project activity
2013-06-18
Span of project activity
2017-12-30

Citation

LCC Network Data Steward(Point of Contact), Arctic Landscape Conservation Cooperative(administrator), Anna Liljedahl, PhD(Cooperator/Partner), Matthew Whitman(Cooperator/Partner), Benjamin M. Jones(Cooperator/Partner), Debora Nigro(Cooperator/Partner), William Morris(Cooperator/Partner), Jeff Adams(Cooperator/Partner), Ronald Daanen(Cooperator/Partner), Glen Liston, PhD(Cooperator/Partner), Vladimir Alexeev(Cooperator/Partner), Christopher Hiemstra(Cooperator/Partner), Ben Gaglioti(Cooperator/Partner), Frank Urban(Cooperator/Partner), Mark Wipfli(Cooperator/Partner), Arctic Landscape Conservation Cooperative(funder), Fisheries and Ecological Services(funder), Arctic Field Office(funder), National Park Service(funder), Christopher D. Arp, PhD(Principal Investigator), 2013-05-01(creation), FishCAFE: Response of an Arctic Freshwater Ecosystem to Climate and Land-use Change, http://arcticlcc.org/projects/ALCC2013-02, https://www.sciencebase.gov/catalog/item/5a0ae4a4e4b09af898cb5d7f

Summary

This project provides a better understanding how linkages among surface-water availability, connectivity, and temperature mediate habitat and trophic dynamics of the Fish Creek Watershed (FCW). These interrelated processes form a shifting mosaic of freshwater habitats across the landscape that can be classified, mapped, understood, and modeled in response to past and future climate and land-use change in a spatial and temporal context. Developing scenarios of freshwater habitat change in this context provides managers and scientists with a flexible template to evaluate a range of potential responses to climate and land-use change. Applying this approach in the FCW is made feasible because of the availability of pre-existing geospatial [...]

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typeShort Project Description
valueThis project will focus on developing a better understanding how linkages among surface-water availability, connectivity, temperature, and land-use changes mediate habitat and trophic dynamics of the Fish Creek Watershed.
projectStatusIn Progress

Budget Extension

annualBudgets
year2013
fundingSources
amount50000.0
recipientArctic Field Office
sourceBureau of Land Managment
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year2013
fundingSources
amount394059.0
recipientWater and Environmental Research Center
sourceU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
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year2013
fundingSources
amount72077.0
recipientAlaska Science Center
sourceU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
totalFunds72077.0
year2013
fundingSources
amount45000.0
recipientCold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory
sourceU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
totalFunds45000.0
year2013
fundingSources
amount2055.0
recipientArctic Field Office
sourceNational Park Service
matchingtrue
totalFunds2055.0
year2013
fundingSources
amount14000.0
recipientFairbanks Field Office
sourceU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
matchingtrue
totalFunds14000.0
totalFunds577191.0

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urn:uuid urn:uuid 2ce83999-df5e-4f43-83ba-531250f1db10
lcc:arctic lcc:arctic ALCC2013-02

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