SERCAL 2017 Poster Presentations
SERCAL 2017 Technical Session — Restore, monitor, mitigate… Repeat? Adapting Habitat Restoration Projects for Climate Change
SERCAL 2017 Technical Session — Looking Back at Early Restoration Projects: How have they fared the test of time?
SERCAL 2017 Technical Session — Stream and Riparian Restoration
SERCAL 2017 Technical Session — Tidal Habitat Restoration: Practitioners’ Perspectives
SERCAL 2017 Technical Session — Technology and Innovations: Data Collection, Analysis, & Reporting
SERCAL 2016 Poster Presentations
SERCAL 2016 Technical Session — Riparian & Wetlands
SERCAL 2016 Technical Session — Montane Meadows
SERCAL 2016 Technical Session — Fire and Post-Fire
SERCAL 2016 Technical Session — Creativity in Upland Restoration
SERCAL 2016 Technical Session: Creativite Collaboration for Multiple Benefits
The goal of The Kachituli Oxbow Mitigation Site was to transform a degraded environmental system and replace it with a functioning riparian habitat without hydrologic assistance from the adjacent Sacramento River. The site is like no other due to the hydrology and the water source that is primarily fed from the water table and precipitation.
Introduction to SERCAL 2014 and Spring 2014 Ecesis, Volume 24, Issue 1
The Guidelines supplement the Mitigation Rule by providing regionally-specific information and tools for developing the twelve required elements of a Compensatory Mitigation Plan. Of particular interest to SERCAL members may be Sections 3.4 and 4.2.2, Amount of Compensatory Mitigation; Section 4.3, Site Selection; and Section 4.4, Design, including subsections on recommendations and potential pitfalls.
This article describes the specific ways that avian monitoring has guided the design and implementation of restoration in this region, but similar stories of partnership and adaptation can be told regarding small mammal monitoring and restoration, large-scale fundraising and leveraging, and integration of multiple overlapping conservation objectives.