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Publication: A blind spot in climate change

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Creation
2013-03-19 20:58:12
Last Update
2017-09-05 18:56:35
Start Date
2011
End Date
2013
Start Date
2011-01-03 19:42:12
End Date
2013-12-20 19:42:12

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Upper Midwest and Great Lakes Landscape Conservation Cooperative(publisher), LCC Network Data Steward(Point of Contact), Upper Midwest & Great Lakes LCC Data Manager(Point of Contact), Peter P. Marra(Principal Investigator), 2013-03-19(creation), 2017-09-05(lastUpdate), 2011(Start), 2013(End), Publication: A blind spot in climate change

Summary

Full life-cycle vulnerability assessments are identifying the effects of climate change on nongame migratory birds that are of conservation concern and breed in the upper Midwest and Great Lakes region. Full life-cycle analyses are critical, as current efforts likely underestimate the vulnerability of migratory land birds due to a focus on assessing only one component of the annual cycle. The approach provides a framework for integrating exposure to climate changes, sensitivity to these changes, and the potential for adaptation in both winter and summer seasons, and accounts for carry-over effects from one season to another. The results of this work will inform regional management by highlighting both local and distant drivers of vulnerability, [...]

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Purpose

LCCs provide scientific and technical support for conservation at "landscape" scales-the entire range of an identified priority species or groups of species. They support biological planning, conservation design, prioritizing and coordinating research, and designing species inventory and monitoring programs. LCCs also have a role in helping partners identify common goals and priorities to target the right science in the right places for efficient and effective conservation. By functioning as network of interdependent units rather than independent entities, LCC partnerships can accomplish a conservation mission no single agency or organization can accomplish alone.

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

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