The article from the UC Cooperative Extension Green Blog describes the impact of the American Fire on the Last Chance research area and how the UC Science Teams have responded to the situation. For more details of the article, please follow the link here:
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.Read More...
The article from the UC Cooperative Extension Green Blog describes the impact of the American Fire on the Last Chance ...
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.
We are starting to do some retrospectives of the SNAMP program. Just to get going, here are our participants visualized from two different angles: in person and online. The in person numbers (left) come from meeting attendance from the project; the online numbers (right) come from the previous year's hits from Google Analytics.
The meeting attendance is far greater, but we get more of the southern California audience from the website.
We've posted three new Science Briefs from three of our new Fisher Team publications. You can see them here.