Data Management Plan for the California LCC project:

A Climate Change Adaptation Strategy for Sierra Nevada Birds

Table of Contents
Data Input - New Collections
  1   Vulnerability assessment matrix for ca. 168 Sierra Nevada bird spp.

Data Input - Existing Collections
      (nothing in this category)

Data Output - Product or Deliverables
  1   Vulnerability Rankings for 168 Sierra Nevada Bird Species
  2   Slide Presentations Explaining the Sierra Nevada Bird Vulnerability Assessments
  3   Sierra Nevada Birds and Climate Change

Not Data - non-data Products
  1   Vulnerability of birds to climate change in California's Sierra Nevada.
  2   Article in March 2014 issue of Estuary News
  3   California LCC Symposium Presentation
  4   Presentation at Southern Sierra Nevada Change Adaptation Workshop

Data Input - New Collections
1Vulnerability assessment matrix for ca. 168 Sierra Nevada bird spp.
Deliverable TypeDatasets / Database
DescriptionA vulnerability assessment matrix providing our vulnerability scores for individual natural history traits of each species, along with rationales explaining the scores
Access and SharingTo be posted online for public access.
Citationcitation
Contactrsiegel@birdpop.org
Commons Cataloged DatasetVulnerability Rankings and Assessment Matrix for 168 Sierra Nevada Bird Species

Data Output - Product or Deliverables
1Vulnerability Rankings for 168 Sierra Nevada Bird Species
Deliverable TypeDatasets / Database
DescriptionVulnerability Rankings for 168 Sierra Nevada Bird Species, developed using the NatureServe Climate Change Index.
Processing and WorkflowUsed the NatureServe Climate Change Index to create these rankings with the input information.
Archive OrganizationsCalifornia Climate Commons
ContactRodney Siegel rsiegel@birdpop.org
Commons Cataloged DatasetVulnerability Rankings and Assessment Matrix for 168 Sierra Nevada Bird Species

2Slide Presentations Explaining the Sierra Nevada Bird Vulnerability Assessments
Deliverable TypeUser Manual / Guidance Document
DescriptionTwo PowerPoint presentations of the vulnerability assessment results for scientific meetings (a long version and a short version) that could be made available. Rodney will send short one. Later add as helpful documentation with map and publication products.
Commons Cataloged DatasetVulnerability Rankings and Assessment Matrix for 168 Sierra Nevada Bird Species

3Sierra Nevada Birds and Climate Change
Deliverable TypeTraining / Outreach/Workshop : Video
DescriptionPartnered with Yosemite National Park and the Yosemite Conservancy to produce a short web video about the project.
Linkhttp://youtu.be/isu75r-R2-A
Contactrsiegel@birdpop.org

Not Data - non-data Products
1Vulnerability of birds to climate change in California's Sierra Nevada.
Deliverable TypePublication
DescriptionJournal publication about the vulnerability of birds to climate change in California's Sierra Nevada.
CitationSiegel, R. B., P. Pyle, J. H. Thorne, A. J. Holguin, C. A. Howell, S. Stock, and M. Tingley. In review. Vulnerability of birds to climate change in California's Sierra Nevada. Avian Conservation and Ecology.
Linkhttp://www.ace-eco.org/vol9/iss1/art7/
Contactrsiegel@birdpop.org

2Article in March 2014 issue of Estuary News
Deliverable TypePublication : Article
DescriptionArticle in San Francisco Estuary Partnerships' March 2014 issue of Estuary News magazine.
Linkhttp://climate.calcommons.org/sites/default/files/CALCC-Mar2014-EstuaryNews.pdf

3California LCC Symposium Presentation
Deliverable TypePresentation
DescriptionCalifornia Landscape Conservation Cooperative Symposium, November 5th, 2012, Sacramento. "A climate change vulnerability assessment for Sierra Nevada birds"

4Presentation at Southern Sierra Nevada Change Adaptation Workshop
Deliverable TypeTraining / Outreach / Workshop
DescriptionSouthern Sierra Nevada Change Adaptation Workshop, February 20-22, Visalia. "A climate change vulnerability assessment for Sierra Nevada birds"

This Data Management Plan structure is based on recommendations from the Data Management Plan Guidance document from the National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center