Class Note for ECOL 406R with Professor Bonine at UA 2
Class Note for ECOL 406R with Professor Bonine at UA 2
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Lecture 17 29 Oct 2003 Chapter 8 Reserve Design Groves et al TNC 7steps Conservation Biology ECOL 406R506R University of Arizona Fall 2003 Kevin Bonine 1 N ICDU39I Groves et al 2002 Field Trip Recap Return Exams Chapter 9 group presentations Monday Projects and Public Display Reading List Reserve Design CH8 Thank Mannan Thank you cards group discussion Other handouts or lists Syllabus Shuffle Bob Steidl back one class Reducing Global Warming httpwwwundoitorgundoitistepsil cfm Readings for next week SDCP Overview of Reserve Design Listed Species Reserve Readings for next week SDCP Overview of Reserve Design Listed Species Reserve Listed Species Richness and Habitat Boundaries ZIIJ HI nESS I new mm manil Figure 3 Grawth of the Wildfires Niles l I Active Wlldfll e a 1i Thmugh 4 pm yestemay l Previously burned areas Simi Valley Angehas Simi 1 MIT a 340 4 5139 CALIFORNI A San 39 Benjardinu 3933 quot Ir 13911 Eamardim H v iii 39 I in Pac a Oman San Diagn Saurcas Caa ibmfa Dam mm of F0 rasfy 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presentations Monday 8 minute highlights presentation 2 min QnA board or overhead or powerpoint late Sunday Pages 230234 Amy Tendick Galia Bobman Aurora Fabry Wood Leonides Corral 234238 Ben Joslin Andrea Vasquez Bridget Barker Louise Misztal 239243 Christopher Deegan Michael Gilliland JD Friedrichs 243248 Dana Backer Cori Carveth Sarah Hartwell Jenna Ramsey 248255 Erica Sontz Meghan Jarvie Ginny Newsome Linh Nguyen 255264 Maeveen Behan Justin Dodds Lauren Merin 15 minutes Projects and Public Display Ideas Reading List or other HandoutsPostersSuggestions Groves et al 2002 TNC Seven Step Program Identify Conservation Targets Collect Information and Identify Gaps Establish Conservation Goals Assess Existing Conservation Areas Evaluate Likelihood of Persistence Assemble Portfolio of Conservation Areas Identify Priority Conservation Areas lCDU39IhUJNI I Landscapes Habitat Loss and Degradation Scale Ecoregions Species and Ecological Processes Focal Species Management of Conservation Areas 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processes connectivity Lisled Species Richncss and Habitat Boundaries Figure 3 6 Assemble Portfolio of Conservation Areas What areas will be consistent with targetsgoals Based on size or ownership etc 7 Identi Priorim Conservation Areas Resources and sympathy are Finite Degree of existing protection Conservation value Threat Feasibility Leverage Reserve Design CH8 Habitat physical and biological surroundings of an organism Landscape Large area that comprises more than one type of habitat distributed in numerous patches Fragmentation Habitat Use Temporal and spatial scales important Succession Biosphere reserve zunauon Species vs Process practicality ideal p 222 Management on NonReserve Lands END
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