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The project team examined State Wildlife Action Plans (SWAPs) from 15 southeastern states and Puerto Rico in order to: 1) identify the various approaches used to address climate change in the recent SWAP updates, 2) highlight key commonalities and differences among the states, and 3) improve understanding of the challenges and opportunities that state agencies face as they address climate change risks. Methods included detailed review of the SWAPs and follow-up interviews with SWAP coordinators. This dataset reviews examples of climate adaptation planning tools, approaches, and resources referenced in SWAPs and interviews.
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In 2007, American Wildlands (Bozeman, MT) initiated a "Priority Linkage Assessment" (PLA) through which we have identified, cataloged and prioritized the threats to, and opportunities for, maintaining connectivity in the U.S. Northern Rockies (Montana, Idaho and Wyoming). The process involved interviewing wildlife movement and connectivity experts from state and federal agencies, and independent biologists with proven knowledge of wide-ranging wildlife. The experts were asked to use their professional and personal experience in the field (knowledge of related scientific studies and their own field research) to identify important areas of wildlife connectivity ("linkages" - defined as as a specific area through which...
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Few evaluations of actual collaborative science or co-production processes have been undertaken that can point to specific outcomes for either resource management or science decisions. Project researchers will assess a sample of collaborative Southwest Climate Science Center (SW CSC) funded research projects in order to evaluate the approaches used by SW CSC investigators to collaborate with agency managers and stakeholders; assess the management outcomes of these collaborative processes; develop a tentative set of metrics to measure the effect of these collaborations on management outcomes and the research process; and distill a set of best practices that improve both management and collaborative research process-related...
The project team examined State Wildlife Action Plans (SWAPs) from 15 southeastern states and Puerto Rico in order to: 1) identify the various approaches used to address climate change in the recent SWAP updates, 2) highlight key commonalities and differences among the states, and 3) improve understanding of the challenges and opportunities that state agencies face as they address climate change risks. Methods included detailed review of the SWAPs and follow-up interviews with SWAP coordinators. This dataset reviews examples of vulnerability assessment tools and resources used or referenced in the State Wildlife Action Plans.


    map background search result map search result map Evaluating the Impact of Climate Science Produced by the Southwest CSC on Resource Management Agency Decisions American Wildlands Priority Linkage Assessment Examples of climate adaptation planning tools, approaches, and resources referenced in State Wildlife Action Plans (SWAPs) and Interviews Examples of vulnerability assessment tools and resources used or referenced in the State Wildlife Action Plans (SWAPs) American Wildlands Priority Linkage Assessment Evaluating the Impact of Climate Science Produced by the Southwest CSC on Resource Management Agency Decisions Examples of climate adaptation planning tools, approaches, and resources referenced in State Wildlife Action Plans (SWAPs) and Interviews Examples of vulnerability assessment tools and resources used or referenced in the State Wildlife Action Plans (SWAPs)