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Project ID: 13-3-01-15

Year: 2013

Date Started: 07/15/2013

Ending Date:  08/30/2015

Title: Influence of Burn Intensity and Fuel Reduction Treatments on Dispersal Movements of an Endangered Forest Obligate

Project Proposal Abstract:

Principal Investigator: John L. Koprowski

Agency/Organization: University of Arizona-Tucson

Branch or Dept: School of Natural Resources & the Environment


Other Project Collaborators

Type

Name

Agency/Organization

Branch or Dept

Agreements Contact

Sherry L. Esham

University of Arizona-Tucson

Sponsored Projects Services

Budget Contact

Sherry L. Esham

University of Arizona-Tucson

Sponsored Projects Services

Student Investigator

Melissa J. Merrick

University of Arizona-Tucson

School of Natural Resources & the Environment


Project Locations

Consortium

Southwest


Level

State

Agency

Unit

STATE

AZ

FS

Coronado National Forest


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
  go to website 7662 Computer Model/Software/Algorithm Mt. Graham red squirrel probability of use and landscape connectivity models
  go to website 7663 Dataset (including spatial) Sampled forest structure and burn severity values at used and available locations
  go to website 7664 Dataset (including spatial) Burn severity and adjacency to fuel treatment areas for MGRS natal and settlement territory center
  go to website 7665 Dataset (including spatial) Summary statistics of LiDAR-derived forest structure variables and burn severity classes
    7666 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Structural thresholds and landscape resistance for natal dispersal movements in an endangered forest
    7667 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Natal dispersal on the edge: why they leave, why they stop, how they get there
    7668 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Natal dispersal on the edge: why they leave, why they stop, how they get there
    7669 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Identifying structural thresholds and landscape resistance for natal dispersal movements
    7670 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Climate change and montane mammals: challenges and opportunities
    7671 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Listen to the chatter: What can squirrels teach us about conservation in a changing world?
    7672 Conference/Symposia/Workshop What can squirrels teach us about conservation in a changing world?
    7673 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Montane mammals, conservation challenges, and climate change: consequences of forest degradation
    7674 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Science without borders: collaboration across space and time.
    7675 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Montane mammals, conservation challenges, and climate change: consequences of forest degradation
    7676 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Montane mammals, conservation challenges, and climate change: consequences of forest degradation
    7677 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Climate change and montane mammals: challenges and opportunities.
    7678 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Its lonely at the top: the saga of the Mt. Graham red squirrel, harbinger of global change
view or print   7679 Photo Melissa Merrick searching for dispersers
view or print   7680 Photo Merrill Peak fuel reduction treatment area
view or print   7681 Photo Portion of Merrill Peak study area adjacent to fuel reduction treatment blocks
view or print   7682 Photo Juvenile Mt. Graham red squirrel with radio collar
view or print   7683 Photo View of Mt. Graham post 2004 Nuttall Complex Fire

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