The Conservation Biology Program focuses on landscape planning for wildlife, with an emphasis on producing practical scientific information to aid resource managers in making decisions that will optimize benefits for wildlife. Our goal is to provide input that will improve how restoration projects and planning efforts take into account and plan for the needs of wild animals and plants across the regional landscape and over time. Recent projects include landscape analyses of the ecological connectivity of habitats in eastern Marin County and development of wetland mercury biosentinel species to aid tidal marsh restoration planning. more >
Program Manager: Letitia Grenier, Ph.D.
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