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  • Assessing the Impact of Ecological Considerations on Forest Biomass Projections for the Southeastern U.S.
    With rising energy prices and the growing concern over climate change and other environmental consequences of burning fossil fuels, alternative energy sources are being sought throughout the world.   Although biofuels have been heralded as one of the most promising alternative energy sources for reducing greenhouse gas emissions, others have ...
  • An Assessment of Potential Impacts of Feral Pigs (Sus scrofa) in Southern California
    This report assesses potential impacts of feral pig populations in southern California (San Diego, Riverside, Imperial, and Orange counties) and Baja California, with an emphasis on San Diego County. We compiled information on the status of pigs in these areas from the literature and interviews with numerous individuals knowledgeable about ...
  • A Science-Based Conservation Assessment for the Klamath-Siskiyou Ecoregion
    The Klamath-Siskiyou ecoregion of southwest Oregon and northwest California has long been recognized for its global biological significance and is considered an Area of Global Botanical Significance by the World Conservation Union, a global Centre of Plant Diversity, and has been proposed as a possible World Heritage Site. More recently ...
  • Decision-support Maps and Models for West Coast Fisher
    This project will produce decision-support maps and tools to support an Interagency Fisher Biology Team in developing and implementing a Conservation Strategy for the west coast fisher Distinct Population Segment (DPS)--a Candidate for listing under that Endangered Species Act that stretches from southern British Columbia through Oregon, Washington, and ...
  • Conservation of Bahía de San Quintín, Baja California
    CBI has been working for the past 11 years with nongovernmental partners in Mexico−The Nature Conservancy (TNC), Terra Peninsular, Proesteros, Pronatura, and the Endangered Habitats League−to conserve Bahía de San Quintín, the largest and only intact coastal lagoon system in the entire Mediterranean zone of North America.  After the ...
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