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  • Species Potential Habitat Tool
    Conservation Biology Institute is working with the U.S. Forest Service and Oregon State University to develop the Species Potential Habitat Tool (PSHT), which will allow managers to identify suitable species for specific sites under current climates and a range of future climate change scenarios. The tool will allow forest ...
  • Climate Smart Restoration Tool
    Conservation Biology Institute is working with the U.S. Forest Service and Oregon State University to develop the Climate Smart Restoration Tool (CSRT), an interactive web-based application that allows the user to match current seed sources with future climate conditions. Natural resource managers must match the climatic adaptability of their ...
  • California Regional Conservation Assessment
    Supported by the California Wildlife Conservation Board, CBI will be working closely with the Strategic Growth Council, UC Davis, and other agency staff to conduct a Regional Conservation Assessment (RCA) for two pilot areas in the state – Mojave Desert and Modoc Plateau – and build an easy-to-use, online assessment ...
  • Blackfoot-Swan Landscape Restoration
    CBI is assisting the US Forest Service, Region 1, with reconciling habitat conservation efforts with long-term forest resiliency planning in the northern Rocky Mountains. Partners include the Southwest Crown Collaborative, Montana State University, and the USFS Rocky Mountain Research Station. Conceptual deliverables include a framework for integrating the habitat requirements of ...
  • Kern County Valley Floor NCCP/HCP
    Working with AECOM, CBI will be developing a new online tool for supporting the management and monitoring of mitigation as required by Natural Communities Conservation Plans (NCCPs) and Habitat Conservation Plans (HCPs). These agreements impose specific actions needed by developers when special status species and communities are impacted. The map-based ...
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