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Interdisciplinary Study of How Climate Change May Affect Wetland Habitats, Invertebrates and Shorebirds

Dates

Creation
2014-02-20
Span of project activity
2014-05-01
Span of project activity
2017-12-31

Citation

LCC Network Data Steward(Point of Contact), Arctic Landscape Conservation Cooperative(administrator), Richard Lanctot(Principal Investigator), Malcolm G. Butler, Ph.D(Principal Investigator), Andres Lopez(Principal Investigator), Anna Liljedahl, PhD(Principal Investigator), National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (funder), Arctic Landscape Conservation Cooperative(funder), Migratory Bird Management(funder), 2014-02-20(creation), Interdisciplinary Study of How Climate Change May Affect Wetland Habitats, Invertebrates and Shorebirds, http://arcticlcc.org/projects/ALCC2014-02, https://www.sciencebase.gov/catalog/item/5a2ac1d0e4b03852bb015176

Summary

Arctic wetlands, where millions of local and migratory birds nest, are composed of a mosaic of ice wedge polygons, non-patterned tundra, and large vegetated drained thaw lake basins. Regional climate projections suggest that evapotranspiration, rainfall, and snowfall will increase, making it difficult to predict how surface water distribution might change and how habitats for the invertebrate resources used by waterbirds will be impacted. This study will focus on evaluating how climate change will affect the invertebrate community, and whether the change in climate (through changes in hydrology and surface energy balance) could induce a trophic mismatch that might alter the growth and survival of shorebird young. Our interdisciplinary [...]

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projectStatusIn Progress

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urn:uuid urn:uuid 1b44cc7b-cd26-44ac-af91-101697dd25df
lcc:arctic lcc:arctic ALCC2014-02

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