Welcome to SNAMP! The Sierra Nevada Adaptive Management Project is a joint effort by the University of California, state and federal agencies, and the public to study management of forest lands in the Sierra Nevada.

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15 April 2014

New Fire and Forest Health Team Science Briefs posted

We've posted a new Science Brief from our new Fire and Forest Health Team publication. You can see it ...

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15 April 2014

New Fire and Forest Health Team Science Briefs posted

We've posted a new Science Brief from our new Fire and Forest Health Team publication. You can see it here.

Science Briefs | 15 April 2014

SNAMP Pub #20: Estimating tree growth from complex forest monitoring data

Newsletters | 31 March 2014

Spring 2014 Newsletter: Vol. 7 No. 1 - Integration

The Public Participation team discusses the SNAMP integration effort, which will provide a comparative framework that examines the resources we are evaluating: water, wildlife, and forest health, and the role of public participation in collaborative adaptive management (CAM). The goal is to enable managers and other stakeholders to compare the effects of SPLATs across resources. To learn more about the integration plan, please check out the Spring 2014 Integration Newsletter.