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USGS Mission Area: Climate and Land Use Change

See also: Functional Directory (researchers & their publications)
USGS Mission Area - Climate and Land Use Change

Chesapeake Bay

Island Restoration, Sea Level Rise, and Waterbirds in Chesapeake Bay

Shoreline Changes and Impacts to Natural Resources in Chesapeake Bay

Pathogens in the Aquatic Environment – Waterfowl, Avian Influenza

Climate Change & Coastal Ecology

Assessing Extreme Meteorlogical Events on Seabird Migration

Hurricane Sandy Impacts on Coastal Wetland Resilience in the Northeast United States

Response of Migrating Birds to Hurricane Sandy

Managing the Extinction risk of the Shenandoah Salamander under predicted climate change

Making Decisions for Headwater Stream Conservation at the Watershed Scale

Ecological Thresholds for Salt Marsh Nekton and Vegetation

Coastal Wetland Dynamics and Wildlife Populations: Modeling the Effects of Sea Level Rise and Landscape Change

Predicting the Vulnerability of Coastal Wetlands to Sea-Level Rise and Global Climate Change

Integrating Estuarine Water-quality Data in Northeastern National Parks

Variation in Nitrogen Isotope Ratios of Eelgrass to Detect Trends in Estuarine Nutrient Status

Development of a Multimetric Index for Integrated Assessment of Salt Marsh Condition in the Northeast Coastal and Barrier Network

Loss of Eelgrass (Zostera marina L.) Associated With European Green Crabs in Maquoit Bay, Maine

Coastal Salt Marsh Management Along the Atlantic

Migratory Bird Research

North American Bird Phenology Program

Population Research: Estimation, Monitoring, Decision Science & Adaptive Management

Structured Decision Making

Development of Statistical Methods for Biological Applications

Adaptive Management for Threatened and Endangered Species

Structured Decision Making: Methods, Applications, and Capacity-Building

Development of Methods Associated with Animval Population Dynamics

Grassland Breeding Birds on National Wildlife Refuges in teh Northeast US

National, International, & Long-term Science

Amphibian Research and Monitoring Initiative

North American Amphibian Monitoring Program

Integrated Waterbird Management and Modeling

SECURE:Sustainable Estuaries, Coastal, Urban, and River Environments: A Global Network of Elevation and Landscape Resilience Data

Comprehensive 1966 - 2013 Results! North American: Breeding Bird Survey

Assessing Coastal Vulnerability to Sea Level Rise: Coastal Elevation and Modeling for Adaptation

North American Bird Phenology Program

The Wildlife Energy Frontier: Science Providing Solutions for the Future/Climate Change and Wildlife: Science Providing Solutions for the Future

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Last Updated: March 2015


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