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  • 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 the ...
  • Brachypodium Management
    CBI is implementing a science-based approach to developing treatment and restoration strategies for the emerging invasive grass, Brachypodium distachyon (Brachypodium), on conserved lands in southern San Diego County, CA.  Management is focused on the Crestridge Ecological Reserve, which is owned by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife and managed ...
  • Nolina interrata Conservation Vision and Management Strategy
    Nolina interrata (Dehesa nolina, Dehesa beargrass) is a state-endangered species known only from southern San Diego County, California and northern Baja California, Mexico. This fire-adapted plant is restricted to gabbro or metavolcanic soils in chaparral, scrub, and grassland habitats. Many of the populations in San Diego County occur on conserved ...
  • Natural Vegetation and Protected Lands Mechanisms
    In the United States, protected lands are diverse and varied in size, ownership, designation and management. To better understand the contributions of various land protection mechanisms to protecting natural vegetation types, we assessed the contribution of fee-simple lands and easements across the conterminous United States, emphasizing the contribution of conservation ...
  • Utah DWR and BLM Colorado Plateau Step-Down Project
    CBI is working with Utah’s Division of Wildlife Resources (DWR) and The Bureau of Land Management to develop decision support models to inform current conservation initiatives in Utah and throughout the Colorado Plateau ecoregion. Based on previous REA (Rapid Ecoregional Assessment) work, CBI is updating the existing terrestrial landscape ...
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