CA LCC Project

Tidal Marsh Bird Population and Habitat Assessment

Project Information

Phase 1 (2010): This project assessed the potential effects of climate change on tidal marsh habitats and bird populations, identified priority sites for tidal marsh conservation and restoration, and developed a web-based mapping tool for managers to interactively display and query results.

Project results can be found at Point Blue's San Francisco Bay Sea-Level Rise Website

Full Proposal Title: 
Phase 1 (2010): Tidal Marsh Bird Population and Habitat Assessment for SF Bay Under Future Climate Change Conditions.
Project Lead: 
Sam Veloz et al, sveloz@prbo.org
Status: 
Completed
Starting Date: 
2010-09
Ending Date: 
2014-12
Total LCC Funding: 
100241
Total Matching or In-Kind Funds: 
46260
Attachments

Products of this project

Title Deliverable Type Release Datesort descending Commons Catalog Record or External Link
Tidal Marsh Bird Conservation Prioritization Model Datasets / Database Mar 2012
Tidal Marsh Vegetation Species Distribution Models Datasets / Database Mar 2012
Future San Francisco Bay Tidal Marshes, A Climate Smart Planning Tool Applications and Tools Mar 2012
Tidal Marsh Bird Species Distribution Models Datasets / Database Mar 2012
Tidal Marsh Elevation Models Datasets / Database Mar 2012
Stakeholder scoping meeting Training / Outreach / Workshop Mar 2014
Stakeholder meeting to review impacts/identify strategies Training / Outreach / Workshop Oct 2014
South Bay Salt Pond Scenario Planning Case Study Report Dec 2014
Guidance Document Report Dec 2014
Optional: Monitoring protocol Methodology / Protocol Dec 2014