Conservation Planning and Design Projects

Fiscal Year Project Name Project Lead

Fiscal Year Funded 2015

Towards developing an interagency stream temperature database and high-resolution stream temperature model for British Columbia with a focus on pilot watersheds in the NPLCC and GNLCC

Project Managers Dan Isaak - US Forest Service , Katrina Connors, Pacific Salmon Institute

Fiscal Year Funded 2015

Developing Shared Strategies for Sea-level Rise Adaptation in Working Lands of Humboldt Bay and the Eel River Delta

Project Managers Jill Demers, Coastal Ecosystems Institute of Northern California

Fiscal Year Funded 2015

Current Coastal Change Research and Priority Information Needs in Western Alaska, Cook Inlet and Southeast Alaska

Project Managers Sarah F. Trainor, University of Alaska, Fairbanks

Other

Fiscal Year Funded 2015

Cascadia Partner Forum: Furthering adaptation coordination and planning for species and ecosystems in the transboundary Cascadia landscape

Project Managers Jen Watkins, Conservation Northwest

Fiscal Year Funded 2015

Climate Change in the Tongass National Forest – Fostering Strategic Collaboration and Informing Sustainable Management of Priority Resources

Project Managers Julianne Thompson, U.S. Forest Service

Fiscal Year Funded 2015

Tribal Climate Change Partnership: Climate Science Connections Database

Project Managers Kathy Lynn, Pacific Northwest Tribal Climate Change Network

Fiscal Year Funded 2015

Integrating Climate Change into Washington's State Wildlife Action Plan Revision

Project Managers Lynn Helbrecht, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife

Report Other

Fiscal Year Funded 2014

Cross-boundary Planning for Resilience and Restoration of Endangered Oak Savannah and Coastal Douglas-fir Forest Ecosystems

Project Managers Peter Arcese - The Nature Trust of British Columbia

Report Webinar Other

Fiscal Year Funded 2013

Prioritizing restoration and enhancement of passage at stream-road crossings for aquatic vertebrates in the face of changing hydrologic regimes in the NPLCC

Project Managers Jason Dunham - USGS

Webinar Other

Fiscal Year Funded 2013

Coastal Ecosystem Response to Climate Change: Disseminating Results to Coastal Managers

Project Managers John Takekawa - USGS, Western Ecological Research Center

Report Other

Fiscal Year Funded 2013

Identifying Climate Vulnerabilities and Prioritizing Adaptation Strategies for Eulachon Populations in Southeast Alaska

Project Managers Brad Ryan - Chilkoot Indian Association

Report

Fiscal Year Funded 2013

Klamath Basin Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Climate Change Science Internship

Project Managers Marla Bennett, Quartz Valley Indian Reservation

Report Other

Fiscal Year Funded 2013

Using Beaver for Climate Change and Conservation Benefits

Project Managers Mary Ann Bishop - Portland State University , Janine Castro - USFWS

Report Other

Fiscal Year Funded 2013

Managing Coast Redwoods for Resilience and Adaptation in Changing Climate

Project Managers Dominick DellaSala - GEOS Institute

Report Webinar Other

Fiscal Year Funded 2013

Berry Risk Mapping & Modeling of Native & Exotic Defoliators in Alaska

Project Managers Nathan Lojewski - Chugachmiut

Webinar

Fiscal Year Funded 2013

NPLCC Guide to Planning Tools

Project Managers Sarah Carr - NatureServe , Patrick Crist - NatureServe

Report Webinar Other

Fiscal Year Funded 2013

Sea level rise adaptation tools for San Juan archipelago & Salish Sea

Project Managers Tina Whitman - Friends of the San Juans

Report Webinar Other

Fiscal Year Funded 2012

Mapping Pacific Northwest Riparian Areas: Measuring Current Condition And Prioritizing For Climate Change Adaptation

Project Managers Meade Krosby - University of Washington

Report Webinar

Fiscal Year Funded 2012

Utilizing Yurok traditional ecological knowledge to inform climate change priorities

Project Managers Kathleen Sloan - Yurok Tribe

Report

Fiscal Year Funded 2012

Cascadia Transboundary Adaptation Efforts

Project Managers Jen Watkins - Conservation Northwest , Meade Krosby - University of Washington

Data Report