Disturbance and Development Projects

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  • Fiscal Year Funded Project Project Status

    Fiscal year funded: 2016

    Multi-Scale Assessment of Wildlife Response After Juniper Removal in a Sagebrush Steppe Landscape

    Project status: Active

    Fiscal year funded: 2016

    Measuring the Regional Impacts of Pinyon and Juniper Removal on Insect, Bat and Reptile Communities

    Project status: Active

    Fiscal year funded: 2016

    Effects of Spring Cattle Grazing on Sage-Grouse Demographic Traits

    Project status: Active

    Fiscal year funded: 2016

    Quantifying the Combined Effects of Climate, Fire and Treatments on the Connectivity and Fragmentation of Wildlife Populations Across the Great Basin

    Project status: Active

    Fiscal year funded: 2014

    Relations among cheatgrass-driven fire, climate, and sensitive-status birds across the Great Basin

    Project status: Active

    Fiscal year funded: 2014

    Using Resilience and Resistance Concepts to Develop a Strategic Approach for Managing Threats to Sagebrush Ecosystems and Greater Sage-Grouse in the Eastern Portion of the Range

    Project status: Active

    Fiscal year funded: 2014

    Cheatgrass Stand Failure in the Great Basin: Fungal Pathogens, Carbon Dynamics, and Fungistasis

    Project status: Active

    Fiscal year funded: 2014

    Using soil climate and geospatial environmental characteristics to determine plant community resilience to fire and fire surrogate treatments

    Project status: Active

    Fiscal year funded: 2013

    Development of tools and technology to improve the success and planning of restoration of big sagebrush ecosystems

    Project status: Complete