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  • 2016 San Diego County Rare Plant Monitoring Report
    In 2016, the San Diego Association of Governments issued a task order to AECOM Technical Services, Inc. (AECOM) to implement the San Diego Management and Monitoring Program (SDMMP) project, Management Strategic Plan (MSP) 2016 Monitoring Protocol for Rare Plant Occurrences on Conserved Lands in Western San Diego County. The Conservation Biology Institute (CBI) teamed with AECOM (CBI/AECOM team) to ...
  • Recommendations for the Workshop on Optimizing and Improving Geosptial Services to Support Landscape-Scale Mitigation
    The Department of the Interior (DOI) oversees roughly 20 percent of US lands and 20 percent of the development of US energy supplies, mediates the use of water in the Nation’s 17 western states, and serves more than 500 federally recognized tribes and native communities in Alaska.  Recently Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell issued Secretarial Order 3330 “Improving ...
  • Enhancing the Resilience of Edaphic Endemic Plants: Conceptual Model
    The Conservation Biology Institute (CBI) is working with project partners to enhance the resilience of five edaphic endemic plant species across their ranges. Our approach is to identify and describe geographic areas that could potentially support these species and their habitat in a design that enhances regional population structure and resilience. Results will help refine our understanding of environmental correlates ...
  • A Path Forward: Identifying Least-Conflict Solar PV Development in California's San Joaquin Valley
    The San Joaquin Valley (“Valley”) is positioned to play a pivotal role in helping California achieve its ambitious goal to meet half of the state’s electricity demand by 2030 from renewable sources.  The Valley’s temperate climate and high solar insolation has already attracted investment in over 120 solar energy facilities, which are either already operating or in the planning ...
  • Wildlife Infrastructure Plan for State Route 94, San Diego County Post Miles 15.27 to 30.00
    The California Natural Community Conservation Planning (NCCP) program is an ecosystem-based approach to conserving species and their habitats in a linked network of high quality habitat blocks, with an emphasis on maintaining landscape integrity and ecosystem functions.  NCCP-conserved lands in southern San Diego County (South County) support the largest expanse of remaining coastal habitats in southern California—coastal sage scrub ...
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