Data Management Plan for the California LCC project:

Structured-Decision Making for Climate Change Adaptation to Conserve San Francisco Bay Tidal Marsh Ecosystems

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  1   Structured Decision Making Webinar #1
  2   Structured Decision Making Webinar #2
  3   Structured Decision Making Webinar #3
  4   Structured Decision Making Webinar #4
  5   3-Day Structured Decision Making Workshop
  6   Decision Model for Informing Climate Adaptation Decisions by Resource Managers
  7   Final report describing spatial decision framework

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1Structured Decision Making Webinar #1
Deliverable TypeTraining / Outreach / Workshop : Webinar
DescriptionThe aim of this proposal is to engage a broader suite of San Francisco Bay partners (Appendix A) in developing a spatially-explicit adaptation framework .In particular, we will hold series of four 90-minute webinars followed by an in-person workshop. The webinars will consist of interactive SDM modules on problem framing, identifying objectives, constructing management alternatives, predicting consequences, quantifying tradeoffs, developing optimization tools, and isolating crucial information gaps. These webinars will provide partners with background and training along with continuing the dialogue on the SDM process in the context of Bay conservation.
Linkhttps://sites.google.com/site/sfbaystructureddecisionmaking/upcoming-events/webinars/webinar-1

2Structured Decision Making Webinar #2
Deliverable TypeTraining / Outreach / Workshop : Webinar
DescriptionThe aim of this proposal is to engage a broader suite of San Francisco Bay partners (Appendix A) in developing a spatially-explicit adaptation framework .In particular, we will hold series of four 90-minute webinars followed by an in-person workshop. The webinars will consist of interactive SDM modules on problem framing, identifying objectives, constructing management alternatives, predicting consequences, quantifying tradeoffs, developing optimization tools, and isolating crucial information gaps. These webinars will provide partners with background and training along with continuing the dialogue on the SDM process in the context of Bay conservation.
Linkhttps://sites.google.com/site/sfbaystructureddecisionmaking/upcoming-events/webinars/webinar-2

3Structured Decision Making Webinar #3
Deliverable TypeTraining / Outreach / Workshop : Webinar
DescriptionThe aim of this proposal is to engage a broader suite of San Francisco Bay partners (Appendix A) in developing a spatially-explicit adaptation framework .In particular, we will hold series of four 90-minute webinars followed by an in-person workshop. The webinars will consist of interactive SDM modules on problem framing, identifying objectives, constructing management alternatives, predicting consequences, quantifying tradeoffs, developing optimization tools, and isolating crucial information gaps. These webinars will provide partners with background and training along with continuing the dialogue on the SDM process in the context of Bay conservation.
Linkhttps://sites.google.com/site/sfbaystructureddecisionmaking/upcoming-events/webinars/webinar-3

4Structured Decision Making Webinar #4
Deliverable TypeTraining / Outreach / Workshop : Webinar
DescriptionThe aim of this proposal is to engage a broader suite of San Francisco Bay partners (Appendix A) in developing a spatially-explicit adaptation framework .In particular, we will hold series of four 90-minute webinars followed by an in-person workshop. The webinars will consist of interactive SDM modules on problem framing, identifying objectives, constructing management alternatives, predicting consequences, quantifying tradeoffs, developing optimization tools, and isolating crucial information gaps. These webinars will provide partners with background and training along with continuing the dialogue on the SDM process in the context of Bay conservation.
Linkhttps://sites.google.com/site/sfbaystructureddecisionmaking/upcoming-events/webinars/webinar-4

53-Day Structured Decision Making Workshop
Deliverable TypeTraining / Outreach / Workshop
DescriptionA 3-day SDM workshop to develop decision support guidance for choosing conservation strategies varying among subregions within the Bay accounting for uncertainties about climate change and management effectiveness. We will work collaboratively through each of the SDM steps while revisiting the existing prototype framework and agreeing on how it can be revised and improved to enable on-the-ground implementation. The process is geared toward not only identifying optimal solutions to climate adaptation but also identifying key gaps of information that would help guide decision-making for conservation in the Bay. All materials from this workshop may be found on the project webpage at https://sites.google.com/site/sfbaystructureddecisionmaking/upcoming-events/workshops/agenda-expected-outcomes/information-packet.
Linkhttps://sites.google.com/site/sfbaystructureddecisionmaking/upcoming-events/workshops

6Decision Model for Informing Climate Adaptation Decisions by Resource Managers
Deliverable TypeReport
DescriptionA report with near-term and long-term decision models for each subregion: North Bay, South Bay, Central Bay, and Suisun. It will have information on the process, what worked overall, and influence diagrams for each of the four regions, and show the commonalities and differences.
Linkhttps://sites.google.com/site/sfbaystructureddecisionmaking/home

7Final report describing spatial decision framework
Deliverable TypePublication
DescriptionFinal report as draft manuscript for peer-reviewed journal describing spatial decision framework.
Linkhttp://climate.calcommons.org/cads

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