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  • News - Canyonlands Research Center - canyonlandsresearchcenter.org
    Projects Site Description Research Questions Publications Permitting Advice Data Spatial Data Weather Data Gallery Ecological Sites Landscape Facilities Support Supporters Donate Volunteer News News JavaScript is currently not supported or is disabled by this browser Please enable JavaScript for full functionality Posted by Heidi Nedreberg on Dec 21 2010 Canyonlands Research Center Featured Print Version Rancher Heidi Redd and the Canyonlands Research Center was recently featured in Nature Conservancy Magazine

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  • News - Canyonlands Research Center - canyonlandsresearchcenter.org
    History Contact Facilities Field Station Rates Housing Availability Housing Request Form Liability Waiver Rules Driving Directions Research Projects Site Description Research Questions Publications Permitting Advice Data Spatial Data Weather Data Gallery Ecological Sites Landscape Facilities Support Supporters Donate Volunteer News News JavaScript is currently not supported or is disabled by this browser Please enable JavaScript for full functionality Posted by Philip Adams on Nov 6 2015 CRC has closed facilities

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  • News - Canyonlands Research Center - canyonlandsresearchcenter.org
    owls in Arizona and New Mexico utilize forested habitats while owls in Utah inhabit a variety of canyon terrain Compared to forested owl habitat canyon habitats are poorly defined and present several unique management challenges The owl s preference for canyon habitat in Utah is in need of more research Identifying structural features dominant vegetation and climate variables associated with canyon occupancy is an important step towards the conservation of Utah s spotted owl habitat and population The goal of this study is to identify habitat features and productivity associated with occupied Mexican spotted owl territories in the canyonlands region of southern Utah while creating a predictive habitat model based on these features This past summer I spent my time hiking the canyonlands of southern Utah in search of Mexican spotted owls I use protocol hooting surveys to determine owl occupancy within these canyonland regions Next field season I will return to occupied sites and measure geologic topographic and vegetative characteristics and collect weather covariates temperature and humidity using remote data loggers This past field season my study focused on Canyonlands and Capitol Reef National Parks I conducted a total of 67 hooting surveys between May 9th 2011 and August 15th 2011 in these areas Within Canyonlands National Park 34 surveys were conducted in the Needles District and 8 surveys in the Island District Surveys within the park were conducted at both historically occupied canyons and randomly selected canyons Many of the survey locations within the park are in remote locations that require extensive hiking and backpacking in the backcountry areas A total of 12 Mexican spotted owls were detected All female owls were detected with a male and they were presumed to be a nesting pair Single male detections were presumed to be solitary males without a nesting partner

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    Driving Directions Research Projects Site Description Research Questions Publications Permitting Advice Data Spatial Data Weather Data Gallery Ecological Sites Landscape Facilities Support Supporters Donate Volunteer News News JavaScript is currently not supported or is disabled by this browser Please enable JavaScript for full functionality Posted by Barry Baker on Jan 20 2012 Reports From the Field Print Version Read what USU graduate students Leah Lewis and Matt Van Scoyoc are

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  • News - Canyonlands Research Center - canyonlandsresearchcenter.org
    Sites Landscape Facilities Support Supporters Donate Volunteer News News JavaScript is currently not supported or is disabled by this browser Please enable JavaScript for full functionality Posted by Barry Baker on Jan 20 2012 Report From the Abajos Print Version 2011 Field Report Update by Matt Van Scoyoc Master s Candidate at Utah State University Project Title Ecosystem Assessment on the Monticello Ranger District Manti La Sal National Forest This past summer three technicians and I conducted ecosystem health assessments throughout the Monticello Ranger District to examine soil stability hydrologic function and biotic integrity of dominant vegetation types These vegetation types include Pinyon Juniper woodland Ponderosa Pine forest Spruce Fir forest Aspen forest oakbrush shrubland and grassland communities In May we started sampling in low elevations at the south end of the district until green up was in full swing then moved to the north end and up the mountain By the end of August we sampled 50 points Using GIS spatially balanced random sampling points were selected prior to field season This sampling technique allows statistical inference to be applied to all the vegetation communities throughout the Monticello Ranger District and not just the individual plot Currently we are

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  • News - Canyonlands Research Center - canyonlandsresearchcenter.org
    Research Projects Site Description Research Questions Publications Permitting Advice Data Spatial Data Weather Data Gallery Ecological Sites Landscape Facilities Support Supporters Donate Volunteer News News JavaScript is currently not supported or is disabled by this browser Please enable JavaScript for full functionality Posted by Heidi Nedreberg on Dec 21 2010 Canyonlands Research Center Featured Print Version Rancher Heidi Redd and the Canyonlands Research Center was recently featured in Nature Conservancy

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    Waiver Rules Driving Directions Research Projects Site Description Research Questions Publications Permitting Advice Data Spatial Data Weather Data Gallery Ecological Sites Landscape Facilities Support Supporters Donate Volunteer News News JavaScript is currently not supported or is disabled by this browser Please enable JavaScript for full functionality Posted by Barry Baker on Jan 20 2012 Reports From the Field Print Version Read what USU graduate students Leah Lewis and Matt Van

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    Partners History Contact Facilities Field Station Rates Housing Availability Housing Request Form Liability Waiver Rules Driving Directions Research Projects Site Description Research Questions Publications Permitting Advice Data Spatial Data Weather Data Gallery Ecological Sites Landscape Facilities Support Supporters Donate Volunteer News News JavaScript is currently not supported or is disabled by this browser Please enable JavaScript for full functionality Posted by Philip Adams on Nov 15 2015 The Sundial Newsletter

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