Methods for assessing species viability

Principal Investigators:

Craig Groves

From July 2000 through June 2001, I will be on sabbatical from my position as Director of Conservation Planning with the Conservation Science Division of The Nature Conservancy (TNC). This sabbatical is being funded by a Guggenheim Fellowship and by funds from TNC. During the sabbatical period, I will be writing a book on large-scale conservation planning. This book will be an expansion of a two-volume handbook that we recently published in TNC - Designing a Geography of Hope: A Practitioner's Handbook to Ecoregional Conservation Planning. I... more

Participants and Meetings

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ActivityDatesFurther Information
Workshop23rd—25th February 1998Participant List  

Participant Contact Information

Larissa L. BaileyNorth Carolina State University
Rodney BartgisThe Nature Conservancy
Jeff BaumgartnerThe Nature Conservancy
Nancy BrakerThe Nature Conservancy
Steve ButtrickThe Nature Conservancy
Steve ChaplinThe Nature Conservancy
Christopher ClampittThe Nature Conservancy
Terry Cooktcook@tnc.orgThe Nature Conservancy
Daniel F. Doakddoak@uwyo.eduUniversity of California, Santa Cruz
Elizabeth Farnsworthefarnsworth@tnc.orgThe Nature Conservancy
Leah R. Gerberleah.gerber@asu.eduUniversity of Washington
Jim Godwinjgodwin@wsnet.comThe Nature Conservancy
Martha GroomNorth Carolina State University
Craig Grovescraig_groves@tnc.orgThe Nature Conservancy
Jeff HardestyThe Nature Conservancy
Deborah B. JensenThe Nature Conservancy
Peter Kareivapkareiva@tnc.orgUniversity of California, Santa Barbara
Rob Marshallrmarshall@tnc.orgThe Nature Conservancy
Larry Masterlmaster@abi.orgThe Nature Conservancy
Pat Mehlhoppmehlhop@unm.eduThe Nature Conservancy
Stephen E. Millerstephen_e_miller@fws.govThe Nature Conservancy
William F. Morriswfmorris@duke.eduDuke University
Peter MurphyDuke University
Betsy NeelyThe Nature Conservancy
Wayne OstlieThe Nature Conservancy
Lance PeacockThe Nature Conservancy
Roger SayreThe Nature Conservancy
Larry SerpaThe Nature Conservancy
Mark L. Shaffermshaffer@defenders.orgThe Nature Conservancy
Steve SutherlandThe Nature Conservancy
Rob SutterThe Nature Conservancy
Diane Thomsondmt20@cats.ucsc.eduUniversity of California, Santa Cruz
Jim ThorneThe Nature Conservancy
Bob UnnaschThe Nature Conservancy
Dick Vander SchaafThe Nature Conservancy
Steve Youngsyoung@tnc.orgThe Nature Conservancy

Products: Publications, Reports, Datasets, Presentations, Visualizations

TypeProducts of NCEAS Research
Presentations Groves, Craig. 2002. Noah worked two jobs. Keynote address to Natural Areas Association Annual Meeting. Asheville, NC.
Journal Article Groves, Craig. 2002. Planning for biodiversity conservation: Putting conservation science into practice. BioScience. Vol: 52. Pages 499-512.
Presentations Groves, Craig. 2003. Approaches to developing state comprehensive wildlife conservation plans. US Fish and Wildlife Service and International Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies. Salt Lake City, UT.
Book Groves, Craig. 2003. Drafting a Conservation Blueprint: A Practitioner's Guide to Planning for Biodiversity. Island Press. Washington, DC.
Presentations Groves, Craig. 2003. Principles of conservation planning. Meeting On the Future of The National Wildlife Refuge System (The Next 100 Years). US Fish and Wildlife Service and Other Representatives. Washington, D.C..
Presentations Groves, Craig. 2003. Species issues in conservation planning. Defenders of Wildlife Workshop on Conservation Area Design. Skamania, WA.
"Methods for assessing species viability" is project ID: 2121