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Project Title Focal Areas Ecoregions
Dist Inva Rest Sust Clim TSDD SubD GrPl Intl
Project Title Focal Areas Ecoregions
Dist Inva Rest Sust Clim TSDD SubD GrPl Intl
Biodiversity of the Terrestrial Cyanobacteria of the Atacama Desert, Chile          
Classical Biological Control of Dalmatian (Linaria dalmatica), Yellow (L. vulgaris) and Hybrid (L. dalmatica x L. vulgaris) Toadflax          
Developing Herbaceous Plant Materials for the Great Basin          
Does Drought Exacerbate Damage Caused by Bark-Beetle-Associated Fungi in Piñon-Juniper Woodland Ecosystems?          
Drought Adaptation of Three Purshia Species: Implications for Propagation, Atificial Regeneration, and Assisted Migration          
Ecological Genetics of Big Sagebrush (Artemisia tridentata): Genetic Structure and Climate Responsive Seed Zone Mapping          
Ecology and Management of Leafy Spurge in the Northern Great Plains          
Ecology, Management and Restoration of Great Basin Meadow Ecosystems          
Effect of Endophytic Fungi on Cheatgrass (Bromus tectorum L.) Growth and Fecundity          
Effects of Fuel Reductions in the Santa Fe River Watershed          
Effects of Fuel Reductions on Wildlife Populations and Vegetation in the Middle Rio Grande Valley, New Mexico          
Effects of Wildfire on Wildlife Populations and Vegetation in the Middle Rio Grande Valley, New Mexico          
Equipment and Strategies to Enhance the Post-wildfire Establishment and Persistence of Great Basin Native Plants          
Exploring the Potential for Cheatgrass Biocontrol with Naturally Occurring Fungal Pathogens          
Field Inventory to Determine Effects of Military Disturbance on Biodiversity at the Landscape Level at Grafenwöhr Training Area, Germany          
Future of Urban Open Space          
Great Basin Native Plant Selection and Increase Project          
Greater Sage-Grouse and Energy Development          
Historical and Modern Fire Regimes of the Great Basin and Colorado Plateau: Temporal and Spatial Drivers of Variation          
Integrating Chemical Ecology and Biological Control of Invasive Plants          
Invasive Plant Response to Disturbance on the Black Hills National Forest          
Long-term Effects of Season and Frequency of Fire in Shortgrass Steppe of the Southern Great Plains          
Management of Prairie Dog Colonies for Grassland Sustainability          
Monitoring and Evaluation for Conserving Biological Resources of the Spring Mountains National Recreation Area          
Mountain Big Sagebrush Post-Fire Recovery (Succession) in the Southern Half of its Distribution          
Potential Use of Biochar, a By-Product of Converting Biomass to Bioenergy, as an Amendment to Substrates Used to Grow Native Plants          
Predicting and Mitigating Potential Climate Change Effects on a Regionally Dominant Ecotonal Desert Shrub          
Resource Selection of Black-Backed Woodpeckers in Burned Forest and Mountain Pine Beetle Infestations          
RMRS and RNGR: the Intersection of Science and Technology Transfer          
Sagebrush Steppe Treatment and Evaluation Project (SageSTEP): A Test of State-and Transition Theory [Nevada Woodlands Part]          
Salt-Desert Shrubland Stability as Affected by Livestock Grazing, Invasive Weeds and Climate Variability          
Shrub Encroachment, Wildland Fire, Climate Change, and Carbon Sequestration in Three Southwestern Grassland Ecosystems          
Tools to Assess and Assist Vulnerable Species at Risk from Climate Change          
Understanding Ecological Resistance to Annual Grass Invasion and Resilience to Disturbance          
Vulnerability Assessments: Synthesis and Application for Aquatic Species and their Habitats          
Vulnerability of Riparian Obligate Species in the Rio Grande to the Interactive Effects of Fire, Hydrological Variation and Climate Change