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  • Southern Sierra Nevada Fisher Conservation Assessment and Strategy
    The Southern Sierra Nevada Fisher Conservation Assessment and Strategy is a multi-agency effort to conserve and recover an isolated and imperiled population of Pacific fisher (Pekania pennanti) in the southern Sierra Nevada, California. CBI is collaborating with The Fisher Interagency Leadership Team (Sierra Nevada Conservancy, USDA Forest Service, National Park ...
  • Renewable Energy in the Desert
    The Desert Renewable Energy Conservation Plan (DRECP), a major component of California's renewable energy planning efforts, will help provide effective protection and conservation of desert ecosystems while allowing for the appropriate development of renewable energy projects.  The DRECP is focused on the desert regions and adjacent lands of ...
  • A Three Zone Climate Adaptation Strategy: Allocating conservation philosophies
    Scientists at The Wilderness Society (TWS), under the direction of Dr. Greg Aplet, are developing a collaborative conservation strategy that is especially pertinent during the new era of accelerated Climate Change.  In short, the strategy is for society to designate a portfolio of three management strategies, zoned in large, contiguous areas across the landscape: • Restoration zones where we try to ...
  • Heart of the Rockies Initiative Powered by Data Basin
     The Conservation Biology Institute (CBI) building a Conservation Planning Atlas using the Data Basin technology to serve the data integration, collaboration and partner engagement needs of the Heart of the Rockies Initiative (HOTRI).  The Heart of the Rockies Initiative provides strategic vision, the latest science, and international cooperation to ...
  • Establishment dates added to PAD-US CBI Edition
    PAD-US (CBI Edition) is a national database of protected fee lands in the United States.  The database portrays the nation's protected areas with standardized spatial geometry and numerous valuable attributes on land ownership, management designations, and conservation status (using national GAP and international IUCN coding systems).  The maintenance of ...
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