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2015 Proposal: Can we conserve wetlands under a changing climate? Mapping wetland hydrology across an ecoregion and developing climate adaptation recommendations

2015 Proposal


Date Received


The intent of this project is to fill critical information gaps in support of wetland conservation efforts in the CP ecoregion under a changing climate. First, we will provide consistent, wall-to-wall data on wetland location, historical hydrologic dynamics, and projected climate change impacts on hydrologic dynamics. Secondly, we will work with managers in using these data to develop recommendations for climate-smart conservation of wetlands across the CP.


Principal Investigator :
Monika Moskal, Mike Rule, Sonia Hall

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Spatial Services

ScienceBase WMS


  • Great Northern Landscape Conservation Cooperative
  • LC MAP - Landscape Conservation Management and Analysis Portal
  • National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center
  • Northwest CSC



Data source
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University of Washington School of Environmental and Forest Sciences, US Fish and Wildlife Service Turnbull Lakes National Wildlife Refuge, SAH Ecologia LLC

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