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Project ID: 05-2-1-94

Year: 2005

Date Started: 06/03/2005

Date Completed: 10/01/2009

Title: Response of Birds, Butterflies, and Their Habitats to Management of Wildland Fuels and Fire Regimes

Project Proposal Abstract: The proposed project will meet the information needs of local land managers by evaluating responses of birds, butterflies, and their habitats to fire and fuels treatments in Great Basin pinyon-juniper woodlands at multiple spatial and temporal scales. We will leverage existing capacity of JFSP projects and increase understanding of transferability of results by comparing the response of birds to fire in pinyon-juniper woodlands and ponderosa pine forests. By integrating remote sensing and field data, we will evaluate whether the distribution of pinyon-juniper and riparian woodlands and woodland-associated birds has changed during the past 20-25 years. In collaboration with land managers, we will develop and implement efficient methods for transferring spatially explicit data, results, and inferences for applied management.

Principal Investigator: Erica X. Fleishman

Agency/Organization: University of California-Davis

Branch or Dept: John Muir Institute of the Environment


Other Project Collaborators

Type

Name

Agency/Organization

Branch or Dept

Co-Principal Investigator

Jeanne C. Chambers

Forest Service

RMRS-Forestry Sciences Lab-Reno

Co-Principal Investigator

David Dobkin

High Desert Ecological Research Institute

Co-Principal Investigator

Barry Noon

Colorado State University

Department of Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Biology

Co-Principal Investigator

Karen Seto

Stanford University

Center for Conservation Biology

Federal Cooperator

Jeanne C. Chambers

Forest Service

RMRS-Forestry Sciences Lab-Reno


Project Locations

Consortium

Great Basin


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Project Deliverables

Final Report view or print

("Results presented in JFSP Final Reports may not have been peer-reviewed and should be interpreted as tentative until published in a peer-reviewed source.")

  ID Type Title
    79 Book Multispecies Conservation Planning on Federal Lands
    68 Ph.D. Dissertation Multi-Scale Response of Avian Communities to Prescribed Fire: Implications for Fuels Managment and Restoration Treatments in Southwestern Ponderosa Pine Forests (B.G. Dickson)
    1680 Government Publication Changes in Downed Woody Material and Forest Structure After Prescribed Fire in Ponderosa Pine Forests
view or print   1681 Government Publication Can Remote Sensing of Land Cover Improve Species Distribution Modelling?
view or print   951 Government Publication Introduction to the Special Section on Alternative Futures for Great Basin Ecosystems
view or print   2328 Journal Article Landscape and Urban Planning
view or print   2370 Journal Article Global Change Biology
view or print   2371 Journal Article Restoration Ecology
view or print   2372 Journal Article Diversity and Distributions
view or print   2394 Journal Article Journal of Biogeography
view or print   2395 Journal Article Biological Conservation
view or print   2401 Journal Article Restoration Ecology
view or print   2402 Journal Article Forest Ecology and Management
view or print   2403 Journal Article Landscape Ecology
view or print   2404 Journal Article The Journal of Wildlife Management
view or print   2422 Journal Article Ecological Applications
view or print   2423 Journal Article Restoration Ecology
view or print   2424 Journal Article Journal of Biogeography
view or print go to website 2425 Journal Article Global Ecology and Biogeography
view or print   2426 Journal Article Great Basin Birds
    2796 Journal Article Effects of Mismatches of Scale and Location Between Predictor and Response Variables on Forest Structure Mapping
    2807 Journal Article Advanced Exploratory Data Analysis for Mapping Regional Canopy Cover
view or print   3269 Journal Article Conservation Biology
view or print   3270 Journal Article Global Change Biology
view or print   3249 Journal Article Restoration Ecology
view or print   256 MS Thesis A Landscape Analysis of Post-Burn Succession in a Great Basin Pinyon-Juniper Woodland (L. A. Condon)
    2579 Dataset (including spatial)  
    2580 Dataset (including spatial)  
    2581 Dataset (including spatial)  
    2621 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Surrogate-Based Approaches for Predicting Species Richness of Multiple Taxonomic Groups
    2622 Invited Paper/Presentation Surrogate-Based Approaches for Predicting Species Richness of Multiple Taxonomic Groups
    2623 Invited Paper/Presentation Predictive Modeling of the Distribution and Habitat of Birds in Managed Landscapes
    2624 Invited Paper/Presentation Tradeoffs Among Alternative Predictors of Species Distributions
    2625 Invited Paper/Presentation Predictive Approaches to Managing Public and Private Landscapes
    2626 Dataset (including spatial)  
    2394 Dataset (including spatial) Map of Current (2005) Tree Density in the Shoshone Mountains and Toiyabe Range
    2395 Dataset (including spatial) Map of Locations in the Shoshone Mountains and Toiyabe Range with Linear Increases in Tree Density from 1986-2005
    2396 Dataset (including spatial)  
    5285 Invited Paper/Presentation Mapping Riparian Land Cover, Corridors, and Habitat for Wildlife
    5287 Dataset (including spatial)  
    6870 Field Demonstration/Tour  
    6871 Poster Effects of Prescribed Fire in Expanding Pinyon-Juniper Woodlands on Establishment of Mountain Sagebrush Species
    6872 Invited Paper/Presentation Effective Management for Sagebrush Ecosystems Based on Current Trajectories
    6873 Invited Paper/Presentation Avian Response to Changes in Structure and Composition of Riparian and Upland Land Cover in the Great Basin
    6706 Book or Book Chapter Multispecies Conservation Planning on Federal Lands
    6707 Invited Paper/Presentation Relationship Between Initial Vegetation Structure and Alternative Management Scenarios in Southwestern Woodlands and Forests
    6708 Invited Paper/Presentation Predictive Approaches to Managing Public and Private Landscapes
    6709 Invited Paper/Presentation Conservation Science in a Polarized Political World
    6710 Invited Paper/Presentation Integration of Science and Management on Public and Private Landscapes
    6711 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Post-Fire Succession in a Great Basin Pinyon-Juniper Woodland: Importance of Seed Source Availability and Topographic Heterogeneity
    6712 Poster Post-Fire Succession in a Great Basin Pinyon-Juniper Woodland: Importance of Seed Source Availability and Topographic Heterogeneity
    6108 Invited Paper/Presentation Linking Spatial Data and Predictive Models to Forecast Alternative Options and Futures in Managed Landscapes
    6109 Invited Paper/Presentation Predicting Future Trajectories of Plant Invasion with Climate Change in the Western United States

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