Projects

Start Yearsort ascending Title Principal Investigator(s) Lead Institution(s) Status
2015
Fighting Drought with Fire: Can Managers Increase Forest Resistance to Drought using Prescribed Fire?
Phillip van Mantgem
Donald A. Falk
US Geological Survey
University of Arizona
Ongoing
2015
Producing Impactful Science: The Effect of Stakeholder Engagement Strategies on the Use of Climate Science in Management Decisions
Alison Meadow
Tamara Wall
University of Arizona
Desert Research Institute
Ongoing
2015
Feedback Index for Assessing the Impact of Restoration on Ecohydrological Processes in Response to Variable Climate
P.A. Ty Ferre
Jesse Dickinson
University of Arizona
US Geological Survey
Ongoing
2015
Tribal Adaptation Initiative & Support for Enhanced Scenario Planning Outcomes
Katharine Jacobs
University of Arizona
Ongoing
2015
Response of High Mountain Ecosystems in the Great Basin to Historic and Future Climate Change
Connie Millar
U.S. Forest Service
Ongoing
2015
Can management increase forest resistance to drought?
James Thorne
University of California Davis
Ongoing
2015
Impact of drought on waterbird wetland habitats, bioenergetics, and movements in the Central Valley of California
Joseph Fleskes
Matthew Reiter
US Geological Survey
Point Blue Conservation Science
Ongoing
2015
Relations Among Cheatgrass-driven Fire, Climate, and Sensitive-Status Birds across the Great Basin
Erica Fleishman
University of California, Davis
Ongoing
2015
Hydrologic Response of Atmospheric River Events in the Salt and Verde river basins: Climatology and Possible Future Changes
Juan Valdes
Francina Dominguez
University of Arizona
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Ongoing
2014
Linking Interannual Variations of Extreme Storms with Ecological and Hydrologic Disturbance in the Sierra Nevada
Christine Albano
Mike Dettinger
Desert Research Institute
US Geological Survey
Complete