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Start DateCompletion DateProject NumberProject TitleProject PI
FY 11FY 14001Integrating the Effects of Global and Local Climate Change on Wildlife in North AmericaRob Dunn
FY 11FY 13002Impact of Ocean Warming and Acidification on Growth of Reef-building CoralsIlsa B. Kuffner
FY 11FY 14003The Vulnerability of Sea Turtle Nesting Beaches to Climate Change in the SoutheastKristen M. Hart
FY 11FY 14004Developing long-term urbanization scenarios for the Appalachian and Gulf Coastal Plain and Ozarks LCCs as part of the Southeast Regional Assessment ProjectJaime Collazo
FY 12FY 15005A Handbook for Resource Managers to Understand and Utilize Sea-Level Rise and Coastal Wetland Models for Ecosystem Management under Future ConditionsThomas W. Doyle
FY 12FY 13006Assessing climate-sensitive ecosystems in the southeastern United StatesJaime Collazo
FY 12FY 13007Assessment of terrestrial and aquatic monitoring programs in the Southeastern United StatesDamian Shea
FY 12FY 16008Turning Uncertainty into Useful Information for Conservation DecisionsBrian Irwin
FY 12FY 15009Understanding Habitat Connectivity to Inform Conservation DecisionsNick Haddad
FY 12FY 14010Developing long-term urbanization scenarios for the Caribbean LCC as part of the Southeast Regional Assessment ProjectJaime Collazo
FY 12FY 14011Ecological implications of mangrove forest migration in the southeastern United StatesMichael Osland
FY 12FY 13012Evaluating the Use of Models for Projecting Future Water Flow in the SoutheastStacy Nelson
FY 12FY 13013Evaluating Downscaled Climate Models for Projecting Future Changes in the SoutheastRyan P. Boyles
FY 13FY 15014Dynamic Reserve Design in the Face of Climate Change and UrbanizationStephanie S. Romanach
FY 13FY 15015Development of a SECAS Conservation Decision Guidance LibraryNils Peterson
FY 13FY 14016Downscaling Climate Projections to Understand Future Temperature and Precipitation Patterns in the SoutheastPhil Mote
FY 13FY 18017Science to Support Adaptive Landscape Planning and Decision Making for Gopher Tortoise ConservationClint Moore
FY 13FY 14018Understanding Conservation Management Decisions in the Face of Sea-Level Rise Along the U.S. Atlantic CoastFred Johnson
FY 13FY 15019Tree Eaters: Predicting the response of herbivores to the integrated effects of urban and global changeRob Dunn
FY 13FY 16020Modeling Future Temperature and Precipitation for Puerto Rico and the U.S. CaribbeanRyan Boyles
FY 13FY 15021Application of Structured Decision Making for Delivery of Instream Flow Ecology For Water Governance Decisions in the Southeastern U.S.Elise Irwin
FY 13FY 15022Structured Decision Making as a Tool for Coastal Restoration: A Case Study on Ship Island, MississippiGregory D. Steyer
FY 14FY 16023Estimating Future Water Availability and Streamflow in the SoutheastJacob LaFontaine
FY 14FY 17024Forests of the Future: Integrated Assessment of Climate Change & Ecosystem DiversityRob Dunn
FY 15FY 20025Climate Change Implications for the Conservation of Amphibians in Tropical EnvironmentsJaime Collazo
FY 15FY 19026Climate Change Adaptation for Coastal National Wildlife RefugesMitch Eaton
FY 15FY 19027Consequences of Urbanization and Climate on Human and Ecosystem HealthSteve Frank
FY 15FY 19028Conservation Adaptation Planning for Landscape and Climate Change in the SoutheastNils Peterson
FY 15FY 17029Protecting Cultural Resources in the Face of Climate ChangeErin Seekamp
FY 16FY 17030Turning the Science of Connectivity into Action: Finding Model Consistency and Identifying Priority Habitats for ConservationNick Haddad
FY 16FY 19031Identifying Conservation Objectives for the Gulf Coast Habitats of the Black Skimmer and Gull-billed TernJames Cronin
FY 16FY 19032Providing Science for the Conservation of Animals in the Southeastern Longleaf Pine EcosystemClint Moore
FY 16FY 18033Enhancing the Adaptive Capacity of Coastal Wetlands in the Face of Sea-Level Rise and Coastal DevelopmentMike Osland
FY 18FY 20034Developing Future Habitat Condition Scenarios for Wildlife in the Imperiled Pine Rockland Ecosystem of South FloridaSusan Walls
FY 18FY 21035Clarifying Science Needs for Southeastern GrasslandsJen Cartwright
FY 18FY 23036Assessing Water Availability and Streamflow Characteristics in the Southeastern United States for Current and Future Climatic and Landscape ConditionsJacob LaFontaine
FY 18FY 20037Communicating Future Sea-level Rise Scenarios for Gulf Coast National Wildlife Refuge and National Park LandsMike Osland
FY 18FY 23038Improving Scenarios of Future Patterns of Urbanization, Climate Adaptation, and Landscape Change in the SoutheastRoss Meentemeyer
FY 18FY 21039Identifying the Ecological and Management Implications of Mangrove Migration in the Northern Gulf of MexicoMike Osland
FY 18FY 20040Effects of Urbanization on the Conservation Value of ForestsSteve Frank
FY 18FY 21041The Future of Culturally Important Species in North AmericaRob Dunn
FY 18FY 19042Enhancing Cultural Resource Adaptation Planning and Assessing Sediment Budget Research Needs at Gulf Islands National SeashoreErin Seekamp
FY 18FY 23043Ecosystem Services Mapping DatasetsLydia Olander
FY 19FY 23044Analysis and Visualization of Climate Information to Support USFWS Species Status AssessmentsKathie Dello
FY 19FY 23045Impacts of Sea Level Rise and Associated Salinity Changes on At-risk Native Freshwater Mussels and Their Habitats in Atlantic Coastal RiversGreg Cope
FY 19FY 23046Strategic Habitat Conservation and Adaptive Strategies for the Conservation of Coqui Frogs in Puerto RicoJaime Collazo
FY 19FY 22047Facilitating Accurate and Effective Application of Coastal Marsh ModelsSarah Speigler
FY 19FY 23048Best Practices for Project Design: Effectively Addressing Natural Resource Management NeedsPaul Armsworth
FY 20FY 22049Science to Inform the Management of Mangrove Ecosystems Undergoing Sea Level Rise at Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge, Sanibel Island, FloridaKen Krauss
FY 20FY 23050Understanding Impacts on Southeastern Grasslands from Climate Change, Urban Expansion, and Invasive SpeciesJen Cartwright
FY 21FY 23052Climate- and land-cover-induced shifts in the distribution and abundance of invasive fish and their impacts on native
fish communities in the Tennessee and Cumberland River Basins
Xingli Giam
FY 21FY 23053An assessment of invasive species range shifts in the southeast USA and actions to manage them.Brett Scheffers
FY 21FY 24054Brook trout population responses to climate variation across the Southeast USAMevin Hooten
FY 21FY 22055Development of an early warning system to identify changing prescribed burn opportunities across Southeast US fire-adapted habitatsAdam Terando, Jaime Collazo
FY 21FY 23056Clarifying Science Needs for Determining the Impact of Climate Change on Harmful Algal Blooms in the Southeastern United StatesThomas Byl, Jennifer Cartwright, Champagne Cunningham
FY 21FY 23057Assessing the Climate Vulnerability of Wild Turkeys Across the Southeastern U.S.Krishna Pacifici
FY 21FY 22058Understanding Prescribed Fire Management in the Context of Climate Change and Landscape TransformationJohn Kupfer
FY 21FY 23059Accounting for Ecological Impacts of Climate Change in State Wildlife Action Plans: A comparison of Model-Based and Index-Based Vulnerability AssessmentsPaul Armsworth