SERCAL 2017 Poster Presentations
This article explores the differences in the two primary drone platforms, the various products they can produce, and a variety of applications pertinent to restoration ecology.
SERCAL 2016 Technical Session — Riparian & Wetlands
SERCAL 2016 Technical Session — Preventing the Spread of Plant Pathogens
SERCAL 2016 Technical Session — Montane Meadows
SERCAL 2016 Technical Session — Creativity in Upland Restoration
SERCAL 2016 Technical Session: Creativite Collaboration for Multiple Benefits
Invertebrates can be effective indicators of the consequences of non-native plant invasions due to the important functional roles that they play in ecosystems, including nutrient recycling and energy flow, pollination, seed dispersal, and the maintenance of plant and animal community structure.
Utilizing historical ecological information recently developed by the San Francisco Estuary Institute, the Project seeks to utilize the site’s unique position on the landscape. The proposed Project seeks to partially restore some of these ecological functions, including reconnecting the historic lake features with surrounding natural tidal waterways and removing obstructions to tidal inundation to allow seasonal and tidal waters to drain slowly through the marsh plains.