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Dates

Start Date
2011-09-14
End Date
2013-03-30

Summary

This project developed hydrologic projections for diverse wetland habitats (e.g. forest wetlands, wet meadows, small ponds, and riparian wetlands) in the Pacific Northwest (PNW) for the 2020s, 2040s, and 2080s, which can be used to support ecological and landscape-based vulnerability assessments and climate change adaptation planning. The project leveraged existing downscaled climate model scenarios and associated hydrologic datasets developed under separate funding and extended them to examine changes in aquatic habitat. Products developed in this research include new hydroclimatic datasets for assessing changes in the hydroperiod of PNW wetlands. These products are useful to land managers in forecasting ecosystem responses and resilience [...]

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Contacts

Funding Agency :
North Pacific Landscape Conservation Cooperative
Principal Investigator :
Alan Hamlet
Lead Organization :
University of Washington
Cooperator/Partner :
National Park Service, Western Washington Univ., EcoAdapt

Purpose

Target Audience or End Users: Natural and cultural resource managers

Project Extension

projectStatusCompleted
projectProducts
productDescriptionDatasets/Database
statusDelivered
productDescriptionReport
statusDelivered

Budget Extension

totalFunds234424.0
annualBudgets
year2011
fundingSources
amount99424.0
sourceUSFWS
amount25000.0
sourceUW
amount10000.0
sourceNPS
amount10000.0
sourceEcoAdapt
amount90000.0
sourceWWU
totalFunds234424.0

Additional Information

Identifiers

Type Scheme Key
LCC projectid F11AC00080

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