NCCWSC

Projects by Fiscal Year
Year(s)TitlePrincipal Investigator(s)Contains
2014-2016Assessing the Impact of Climate Change on Global Inland FisheriesCraig Paukert (Missouri Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit)
2014Assessment of Vulnerability and Adaptive Capacity of Desert Bighorn Sheep to Climate Change: Evolutionary Adaptations to Variations in Heat and AridityJames W Cain (New Mexico Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit)
2014-2015Best Practices and Approaches to Managing Social Science DataMichelle Wiest (University of Idaho)
2015-2016Ecological Drought, Phenology, and WildlifeJesslyn Brown (Geographic Science Team, EROS)
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2014-2015Phenology Tracking in Migratory Mule Deer: Connecting Remotely Sensed Metrics of Greenness with Movement, Forage Quality, Nutrition and DemographyMatthew J Kauffman (Wyoming Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit)
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2014-2015Schitsu’umsh Relationships with Their Dynamic Landscapes: Identifying, Managing and Applying Indigenous Knowledge and Praxis (Funded Jointly by the Northwest CSC and NCCWSC)Rodney Frey (University of Idaho)
Jeremy Kenyon
Leanne Campbell (Coeur d’Alene Tribe)
Bobbie White (Coeur d’Alene Tribe)
2014-2016Using Scenario Planning to Inform Land and Wildlife Management: A Pilot Project for Boreal Forests in the Northeastern United StatesMolly Cross (Wildlife Conservation Society)
2014-2015Using the Past as a Prelude to the Future to Assess Climate Effects on Native Trout across the United StatesJeffrey L Kershner (USGS Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center)
Robert Al-Chockhacy (USGS Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center)
Clint C Muhlfeld (USGS Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center)
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2013-2016Assessment of Drought Impacts on Selected Fish and Wildlife Species in the Southwestern U.S.

Project Components:

James W Cain (New Mexico Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit)
Grant Harris (USFWS, Southwest Region, Biological Sciences Division)
Colleen A Caldwell (New Mexico Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit)
Andrew Todd (USGS Crustal Geophysics and Geochemistry Science Center)
Matthew P. Zeigler (New Mexico State University, Dept. Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Ecology)
Scott A Carleton (New Mexico Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit)
2012-2013Development of the Climate Registry for the Assessment of Vulnerability (CRAVe)Laura M Thompson (USGS National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center)
Robin O'Malley (USGS National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center)
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2013-2016Drought and Stream Connectivity on Rio Grande Cutthroat Trout Conservation Populations: Effects of Growth and Survival

Project Components:

Colleen A Caldwell (New Mexico Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit)
Andrew Todd (Crustal Imaging and Characterization Team)
Matthew P. Zeigler (New Mexico State University, Dept. Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Ecology)
2013-2016Effects of Climate on Scaled Quail Reproduction and Survival

Project Components:

Scott A Carleton (New Mexico Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit)
2013-2016Impact of Drought on Southwestern Pronghorn Population Trends and Predicted Trajectories in the Southwest in the Face of Climate Change

Project Components:

James W Cain (New Mexico Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit)
Grant Harris (Southwest Region, Biological Sciences Division)
2013-2016Influence of Extreme Climatic Variability and Drought on Habitat and Forage Selection of Desert Bighorn Sheep

Project Components:

James W Cain (New Mexico Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit)
Year(s)TitlePrincipal Investigator(s)Contains
2010-2011Climate Change and Federal Land Management: Assessing Priorities Using a Social Network ApproachMark Schwartz (University of California, Davis)
Mark Lubell (UC Davis)
2011-2015Climate Change and Resilience of Sport Fisheries in LakesSteve Carpenter (University of Wisconsin)
Jake Vander Zanden (University of Wisconsin)
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2010-2012USFS-USGS Climate Change ProjectWilliam B Hughes (Georgia Water Science Center)
C. Andrew Dolloff (U.S. Forest Service, Southern Research Station)
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2008-2010A Land of Flowers on a Latitude of Deserts: Aiding Conservation and Management of Florida’s BiodiversityThomas J Smith (Southeast Ecological Science Center)
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2009-2011A Visualization Approach for Projecting Future Distributions of North American BioclimatesSarah Shafer (U.S. Geological Survey)
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2009-2011Assessing the Vulnerability of Species and Ecosystems to Projected Future Climate Change in the Pacific NorthwestSarah Shafer (U.S. Geological Survey)
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2008-2010Avian Conservation in the Prairie Pothole Region, Northern Great Plains: Understanding the Links Between Climate, Ecosystem Processes, Wetland Management, and Bird CommunitiesSusan K Skagen (USGS Fort Collins Science Center)
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2009-2011Can Camouflage Keep up with Climate Change? Connecting Downscaled Climate Models to Adaptation for a Key Forest SpeciesMichael S Mitchell (University of Montana)
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2009-2011Can Mammals Mediate Climatically-Induced Vegetation Transitions in Alpine Ecosystems of the Western United States?Robert C Klinger (Yosemite Field Station, WERC)
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2009-2011Characterizing Uncertainty in the Impact of Global Climate Change on Large River Fishes: Missouri River Sturgeon ExampleMark L Wildhaber (Columbia Environmental Research Center)
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2009-2011Development and Dissemination of High-Resolution National Climate Change Dataset (Geo Data Portal)

Project Components:

Jaime Collazo (North Carolina State University)
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2008Downscaled Climate Change Modeling for the Coterminous United States (National Assessment)

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Steven W Hostetler (USGS Branch of Regional Research, Western Region)
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2009-2011Forecasting Climate Change Induced Effects on Recreational and Commercial Fish Populations in the Great LakesDavid Bunnell (Great Lakes Science Center)
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2009-2011Forecasting Climate Impacts on Wildlife of the Arid Southwest at Regional and Local Scales Using Downscaled Climate ModelsCharles Van Riper (Sonoran Desert Field Station, SBSC)
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2008Forecasting the Effects of Land-Use and Climate Change on Wildlife Communities and Habitats in the Lower Mississippi ValleyStephen P Faulkner (USGS Leetown Science Center)
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2009-2011Impacts of Climate Change and Melting Glaciers on Coastal Ecosystems in the Nearshore Waters of the Gulf of AlaskaJohn Crusius (Alaska Science Center)
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2009-2011Impacts of Climate-Induced Changes in Plant Phenology on Migration, Breeding, and Redistribution of Sub Arctic- and Arctic- Nesting AvifaunaDavid H Ward (Alaska Science Center)
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2008-2010Managing the Nation's Fish Habitat at Multiple Spatial Scales in a Rapidly Changing Climate

Project Components:

Craig Paukert (USGS Missouri Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit)
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2009-2011Modeling and Projecting the Influence of Climate Change on Texas Surface Waters and their Aquatic Biotic CommunitiesReynaldo Patino (Texas Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit)
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2009-2011Modeling the Response of Imperiled Freshwater Mussels to Anthropogenically Induced Changes in Water Temperature, Habitat, and Flow in Streams of the Southeastern and Central United StatesThomas J Kwak (North Carolina Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit)
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2009-2011Predicting Climate Change Threats to Key Estuarine Habitats and Ecosystem Services in the Pacific NorthwestDeborah A Reusser (Newport Duty Station, WFRC)
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2008Predicting Cold-water Fish Habitat in Lakes of the Glacial Lakes Region under Changing Land Use and Climate Regimes (Local Assessment)

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Lucinda Johnson (University of Minnesota-Duluth)
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2009-2011Predicting Risks of Island Extinctions Due to Sea-level Rise: Model Based Tools to Mitigate Terrestrial Habitat Losses in the Northwestern Hawaiian IslandsMichelle H Reynolds (Kilauea Field Station, PIERC)
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2008Project Climate Change for the Coterminous United States (National Assessment)Dana Infante (Michigan State University)
Lizhu Wang (International Joint Commission)
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2008Project Land Use Change for the Coterminous United States (National Assessment)

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Bryan Pijanowski (Purdue University)
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2008Projected Climate Change Impacts on Stream Dwelling Smallmouth Bass Populations in the U.S. (Local Assessment)

Project Components:

Craig Paukert (Missouri Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit)
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2008Projected Climate and Land Use Change Impacts on Aquatic Habitats in the Midwestern United States (Regional Assessment)

Project Components:

Lizhu Wang (International Joint Commission)
Dana Infante
Gary Whelan (Michigan Department of Natural Resources)
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2008Projected Climate and Land Use Change Impacts on Aquatic Habitats of the Lower Colorado River Basin (Regional Assessment)

Project Components:

Joanna Whittier (University of Missouri)
Craig Paukert (Missouri Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit)
Julian Olden (University of Washington)
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2008Projected Vulnerability of Brook Trout to Climate and Land Use Changes in the Eastern U.S. (Regional Assessment)

Project Components:

Tyler Wagner (Pennsylvania Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit)
C Paola Ferreri (Penn State University)
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2009-2011Quantifying Vulnerability of Quaking Aspen Woodlands and Associated Bird Communities to Global Climate Change in the Northern Great BasinSusan L Earnst (Snake River Field Station, FRESC)
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2007Climate Change: A Challenge to Bird Conservation in Arid and Semi-arid RegionsSusan K Skagen (U.S. Geological Survey)
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2008-2011Fate of Endangered Species in San Francisco Bay Tidal Marshes with Sea Level RiseJohn Y Takekawa (San Francisco Bay Estuary Field Station, WERC)
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2007Impact of Past and Future Stream Temperature and Flow Changes on Endangered Atlantic SalmonRobert W Dudley (Maine Water Science Center)
Glenn A Hodgkins (Maine Water Science Center)
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2007Quantifying the Influence of Climate Change on Rocky Mountain UngulatesMatthew J Kauffman (USGS Wyoming Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit)
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2007The Potential Influence of Changing Climate on the Persistence of at Risk Native SalmonidsJeffrey L Kershner (USGS Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center)
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