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Framework for ecological monitoring on lands of Alaska National Wildlife Refuges and their partners, Anchorage, Alaska

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2010

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Woodward, Andrea, and Beever, Erik E., 2010, Framework for ecological monitoring on lands of Alaska National Wildlife Refuges and their partners, Anchorage, Alaska: U.S. Geological Survey: Anchorage, Alaska, v. Open-File Report 2010-1300, p. 52-94.

Summary

National Wildlife Refuges in Alaska and throughout the U.S. have begun developing a spatially comprehensive monitoring program to inform management decisions, and to provide data to broader research projects. In an era of unprecedented rates of climate change, monitoring is essential to detecting, understanding, communicating and mitigating climate-change effects on refuge and other resources under the protection of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and requires monitoring results to address spatial scales broader than individual refuges. This document provides guidance for building a monitoring program for refuges in Alaska that meets refuge-specific management needs while also allowing synthesis and summary of ecological conditions [...]

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