CA LCC Project

Incorporating the geography of climate change into conservation planning

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Project Information

This project is analyzing downscaled climate model data to assess the geography of climate change at scales relevant to actual conservation actions. This work analyzes the California Essential Habitat Connectivity products to determine which protected lands are most vulnerable and which of the proposed corridors would partially mitigate climate change threats.

View a webinar about this project at http://californialcc.org/webinars/incorporating-geography-climate-change....

Full Proposal Title: 
Incorporating the geography of climate change into conservation planning for the CA LCC
Project Lead: 
Jason Kreitler, jkreitler@usgs.gov
Status: 
Completed
Starting Date: 
2010-08
Ending Date: 
2015-03
Total LCC Funding: 
67332
Total Matching or In-Kind Funds: 
0
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Products of this project

Titlesort descending Deliverable Type Release Date Commons Catalog Record or External Link
Climate Stability Report
Climate Stability Dataset Datasets / Database
Priority analysis of corridors within the CEHC Publication
Targeting climate diversity in conservation planning to build resilience to climate change: a case study with the San Francisco Bay Area Conservation Lands Network Publication : Article
Webinar Training / Outreach / Workshop : Webinar Oct 2012