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Integrating Climate and Biological Data into Management Decisions for the Greater Sage-­Grouse and their Habitats

Integrating Climate and Biological Data into Land Management Decision Models to Assess Species and Habitat Vulnerability: A Collaboration for Greater Sage-­‚ÄźGrouse and their Habitats

Dates

Start Date
2012
End Date
2014-12
Release Date
2012

Summary

Climate affects both the demographics of the Greater sage-grouse bird and the condition and long-term viability of their habitats, including sage-steppe communities. This project builds on collaboration among federal land managers, state wildlife biologists, scientists, and other organizations to create a long-term framework for implementing adaptive management for the sage-grouse. The study examined factors that might be limiting grouse numbers and will investigate components of weather patterns in relation to projected climate change models. Precipitation and temperature, as well as variables such as evaporation and soil moisture, will be considered. Overall, the project focused on (1) providing workshops to foster collaboration [...]

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NC-2012-2_GreaterSageGrouse_TomKoerner_FWS.jpg
“Greater sage-grouse - Credit: Tom Koerner, USFWS”
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SagebrushSteppe_BLM.jpg
“Sagebrush Steppe - Credit: BLM”
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