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May 16 2016: Welcome to our archived SNAMP website. Content here is from the SNAMP project that ran from 2005-2015. All documents created during the SNAMP project are found here, but we will take no new input.

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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4 January 2016

Final SNAMP Report, and MOUP Response Posted

Hello SNAMPers! We've posted all the final versions of our Final Report Chapters, and the official response from the ...

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Teams of university scientists study the predicted and actual effects of management practices. Learn about who they are, how they conduct their research, and what's new.

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4 January 2016

Final SNAMP Report, and MOUP Response Posted

Hello SNAMPers! We've posted all the final versions of our Final Report Chapters, and the official response from the MOU Partners. Thanks to everyone for their work on these documents. Today's documents include new versions of the following documents: Title Page, Site Description, Executive Summaries, Water Team Chapter, SNAMP Publications, Comments and Responses to Comments, and the MOUP Response to SNAMP Final Report.

All final chapters and MOUP response are here.

Thank you for your involvement in this long-term project.

16 September 2015

Final Newsletters are here!

We've posted newsletters from the Fisher, Owl, FFEH, Water, Spatial, and Public Participation teams. These are part of the final volume of 6 newsletters we are compiling that distill results and lessons learned from the SNAMP project. Over the years of the SNAMP project we've created over 20 of these newsletters, that distill the plans, results and implications of our work. All newsletters are available here.

Newsletters | 16 September 2015

Fall 2015 Newsletter: Vol. 8 No. 6 Spatial Team

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This issue focuses on the Spatial Team of SNAMP. The SNAMP Spatial Team was formed to provide support for the other SNAMP science teams through spatial data acquisition and analysis. The objectives of the SNAMP Spatial Team were: (1) to provide base spatial data; (2) to create quality and accurate mapped products of use to other SNAMP science teams; (3) to explore and develop novel algorithms and methods for Lidar data analysis; and (4) to contribute to science and technology outreach around mapping and Lidar analysis for SNAMP participants. This newsletter is one of 6 final newsletters we are compiling that distill results and lessons learned from the SNAMP project. The full final SNAMP report (including FFEH, water, wildlife, spatial and participation reports) is available here. To learn more about the spatial team please check out the Fall 2015 Spatial Team Newsletter!