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Building A Regional Climate Database: Applications For Research, Collaboration, and Public Engagement - Integrating Climate Data into Ecological Analysis, Monitoring, and Restoration | CLIMAS

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Building A Regional Climate Database: Applications For Research, Collaboration, and Public Engagement - Integrating Climate Data into Ecological Analysis, Monitoring, and Restoration

Building A Regional Climate Database: Applications For Research, Collaboration, and Public Engagement - Integrating Climate Data into Ecological Analysis, Monitoring, and Restoration

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Researchers are collaborating with regional ecological analysis, monitoring, and restoration groups to facilitate their use of climate data in their regular operations and in their long-term planning/analysis. The impact of climate variability and change, especially as temperature and precipitation regimes shift (resulting in differing time of onset for spring, reduced snowpack, etc.), necessitates a better understanding of these shifts and the implications these changes have for practices of ecological management and restoration.