Science for a Blue Planet

Science for a Blue Planet

Welcome to Point Blue's new blog. Visit often for the latest conservation science posts.

Tag Archive: climate change

Healthy Transitions

October 28, 2016
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Transitions can be hard, especially if you don’t have the proper space to move and change. This is true in life and nature. Point Blue is teaming up with partners to figure out what makes transition zones between marshes and upland around the San Francisco Bay healthy and useful in the face of climate change. Read on to learn more.

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Learning About a Vital Ecosystem – From Below the Ground Up

December 24, 2015
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Point Blue scientists get their hands in the dirt to take the pulse of rangeland ecosystem health.

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Monitoring Tidal-Marsh Change

November 13, 2015
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Bird studies show that ecosystem restoration works in San Francisco Bay – and is “climate-smart” as sea levels rise.

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Breaking the Ice and Making Connections

September 15, 2015
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A Point Blue ecologist ponders the parallel struggle between marshes of the SF Bay and the Antarctic Ocean

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Re-imagining Ridgway’s Rails

May 22, 2015
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The complexity and creativity of recovering a species in the San Francisco Bay

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Early Bird Gets the Worm (or Brine Shrimp)?

April 20, 2015
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This year marked the earliest Snowy Plover nesting season in 32 years of study

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One Mile, Big Impact

March 20, 2015
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Restoring the Upper Pajaro River corridor for climate change.

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New Micro-technology Tracks the Secret Paths of Songbirds

February 2, 2015
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Understanding migration routes can provide insights into the challenges songbirds face.

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Schoolchildren Plant Pajaro Wildlife Corridor

January 15, 2015
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Plantings are providing a way for wildlife to move between four mountain ranges.

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