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This dataset consists of raster geotiff and tabular outputs of annual map projections of land use and land cover for the California Central Valley for the period 2011-2101 across 5 future scenarios. Four of the scenarios were developed as part of the Central Valley Landscape Conservation Project. The 4 original scenarios include a Bad-Business-As-Usual (BBAU; high water, poor management), California Dreamin’ (DREAM; high water, good management), Central Valley Dustbowl (DUST; low water, poor management), and Everyone Equally Miserable (EEM; low water, good management). These scenarios represent alternative plausible futures, capturing a range of climate variability, land management activities, and habitat restoration...
The application of two management strategies were tested across nine, Class III, wetland catchments located at the Woodworth Study Area (Stutsman County, ND). This field study took place during 2014 and 2015. 2014 was a pre-treatment year and snow measurements were taken in all experimental catchments in the late February 2015, before treatments were applied. Temporary electric fences were installed surrounding each wetland catchment to exclude them from grazing that took place on the management unit in 2015. All the catchments had been managed in a similar manner since purchased by USFWS in 1964. The primary management strategy of the wetland catchments from 1964–2013 was non-use with occasional prescribed burning....


    map background search result map search result map Vegetation and snow depth measurements in grasslands under grazing, burning, and snow fence management near Woodworth, North Dakota (2014-2016) Integrated modeling of climate and land change impacts on future dynamic wetland habitat – a case study from California’s Central Valley Vegetation and snow depth measurements in grasslands under grazing, burning, and snow fence management near Woodworth, North Dakota (2014-2016) Integrated modeling of climate and land change impacts on future dynamic wetland habitat – a case study from California’s Central Valley