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  • Northern Rocky Mountain Enduring Features GAP Analysis - World Wildlife Fund Canada
    The primary objective of this study was to perform an enduring features conservation gap analysis for a pilot region within the U.S. (northern Rocky Mountains) that applied the same methodology as WWF Canada, resulting in a consistent crossboundary conservation assessment for the region for the first time. The Rocky ...
  • Monitoring Plan for the Santa Margarita River
    The purpose of the Santa Margarita River monitoring program is to (1) provide a quantitative assessment of the key ecological processes and ecological integrity of the Santa Margarita river system below the Temecula-Murrieta Creek confluence, (2) determine the potential effects of stressors on the system, and (3) evaluate the success ...
  • Las Californias Binational Conservation Initiative
    Las Californias Binational Conservation Initiative is a shared vision for landscape-scale conservation strategies, sustainable land use planning, and workable long-term management programs in the center of a globally significant hotspot of biodiversity and cultures along the U.S.-México border. The goal for CBI and our partners, The Nature Conservancy ...
  • Multi-scale Synthesis and Terrestrial Model Intercomparison
    The CBI modeling team is involved in a project (MsTMIP - Multi-scale Synthesis and Terrestrial Model Intercomparison project) with the goal to improve carbon budget estimations at the global (0.5o x 0.5o lat-lon) and continental (0.25o x 0.25o) scales. Environmental (soils, landuse) and meteorological drivers are shared ...
  • Mapping High Conservation Value and Endangered Forests in the Alberta Foothills Using Spatially Explicit Decision Support Tools
    1. Protected areas form one of the main pillars of biodiversity conservation throughout the world. Only 1.2 percent of the Alberta Foothills is currently protected, which is woefully inadequate by any scientific standard. 2. Protecting the full array of native biodiversity (representation) is an extremely important consideration in a ...
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