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Integrated models for estimating influences of climate change on waterfowl populations, waterfowl habitat, and hunter opportunity and demographics

Dates

Creation
2016-02-17 21:59:25
Last Update
2017-09-05 19:06:49
Start Date
2013-08
End Date
2016-12
Start Date
2013-04-01 15:53:22
End Date
2014-03-28 15:53:22

Citation

Upper Midwest and Great Lakes Landscape Conservation Cooperative(administrator), John M. Coluccy(Principal Investigator), Upper Midwest & Great Lakes LCC Data Manager(Point of Contact), LCC Network Data Steward(Point of Contact), 2016-02-17(creation), 2017-09-05(lastUpdate), 2013-08(Start), 2016-12(End), Integrated models for estimating influences of climate change on waterfowl populations, waterfowl habitat, and hunter opportunity and demographics

Summary

Waterfowl are ecologically, culturally, and economically important and their annual and long-term distributions in North America can substantially impact ecological relationships and have economic impacts. In Mississippi, Arkansas and Louisiana alone, recent annual sales of Federal Duck Stamps equal $2.4 million. An intensive study in Mississippi estimated the annual total economic impact of waterfowl hunting in that state was $86.8 million. North American waterfowl number in the millions, use a diversity of aquatic and terrestrial foraging niches, and can feed at rates capable of depleting local food resources. In recent years, waterfowl appear to be wintering at more northern latitudes. Sustained northern shifts in autumn-winter [...]

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Schummer_Atlantic Flyway_2015.pdf
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Schummer et al._NADS_2016.pdf
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projectStatusCompleted
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typeShort Project Description
valueWaterfowl are ecologically, culturally, and economically important and their annual and long-term distributions in North America can substantially impact ecological relationships and have economic impacts. In Mississippi, Arkansas and Louisiana alone, recent annual sales of Federal Duck Stamps equal $2.4 million. An intensive study in Mississippi estimated the annual total economic impact of waterfowl hunting in that state was $86.8 million. North American waterfowl number in the millions, use a diversity of aquatic and terrestrial foraging niches, and can feed at rates capable of depleting local food resources. In recent years, waterfowl appear to be wintering at more northern latitudes. Sustained northern shifts in autumn-winter [...]

Budget Extension

totalFunds116994.0
annualBudgets
year2013
fundingSources
amount80386.0
recipientDucks Unlimited
sourceGreat Lakes Restoration Initiative UMGL LCC distribution
totalFunds80386.0
year2014
fundingSources
amount36608.0
recipientDucks Unlimited
sourceU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
totalFunds36608.0

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  • LC MAP - Landscape Conservation Management and Analysis Portal
  • Upper Midwest and Great Lakes Landscape Conservation Cooperative

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