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Restore, monitor, mitigate… Repeat? Adapting Habitat Restoration Projects for Climate Change

SERCAL 2017 Technical Session — Restore, monitor, mitigate… Repeat? Adapting Habitat Restoration Projects for Climate Change 

Riparian & Wetlands

SERCAL 2016 Technical Session — Riparian & Wetlands

Creative Collaboration for Multiple Benefits

SERCAL 2016 Technical Session: Creativite Collaboration for Multiple Benefits

Hidden Habitat Implications of California’s Drought

The effects of an ongoing drought may result in plant diseases and insect infestations along with increased erosion, a decrease in air quality and degradation of landscape and habitat, along with an increased risk of fire due to drier vegetation. While the environments can quickly bounce back from short-term droughts, it’s the long-term droughts that cause the most damage to not only animal life but plant life too.