Videos

Presentation of Plaque to Dave Martin
Description: Anne presented a plaque of appreciation from SNAMP to Dave Martin as he retires from being a district ranger.

Water Team IT Webinar (September 4, 2014)
Description: Review the research and findings on water quality and quantity as well as the modeling work being done by our water team in preparation for our final report.

FFEH Team IT Webinar (May 15, 2014)
Presenter: Brandon Collins, ESPM - Ecosystem Sciences, UC Berkeley
Description: Framework for assessing impact of SPLATs on Fire Behavior

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Presenter: Danny Fry, ESPM - Ecosystem Sciences, UC Berkeley
Description: Preliminary results of SPLASTs impact for Last Chance

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Presenter: John Battles, ESPM - Ecosystem Sciences, UC Berkeley
Description: Using vulnerability profiles to quantify forest health: proof of concept

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Presenter: Peter Hopkinson, ESPM - Ecosystem Sciences, UC Berkeley
Description: Preview of the Final Report

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Presenter: Scott Stephens, ESPM - Ecosystem Sciences, UC Berkeley
Description: Update on Sugar Pine SPLASTs assessment

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Presenter: John Battles, ESPM - Ecosystem Sciences, UC Berkeley
Description: Overview of metrics from fire/forest models to wildlife and water teams

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Spatial Team IT Webinar (May 1, 2014)
The SNAMP Spatial Team hosted the Spatial Integration Team webinar. The discussions were facilitated by the Public Participation Team.




Public Participation Team IT Webinar (Apr 2, 2014)
The SNAMP Public Participation Team hosted its Integration Team meeting as a webinar. You can catch all the discussions through the audio recording and the powerpoint slideshow.




Marijuana Grows and Restoration
Produced by the US Forest Service. Marijuana growing on our national forests causes significant harm to the land, water and animals. The toxicants and lethal weapons found at these sites are both shocking in terms of amount, and raise concerns regarding the health of the Region's forests. The Forest Service, along with other agencies and volunteers, are working together to restore these impacted lands.




Fisher Wildlife Team Webinar (Oct 23, 2013)
Dr. Craig Thompson of the SNAMP Pacific Fisher Team participated in a webinar today, October 23rd, in which he presented an overview of the team’s camera survey, reproduction, survival, and dispersal data for 2013. He also gave details about the metrics that will be used to integrate fisher data with the other SNAMP research teams, including occupancy, intensity of use, and reproductive habitat quality, as well as the priorities for fisher research in 2014. The webinar was recorded and available for view here: http://uc-d.adobeconnect.com/p1gi1tnogvg/.


Pacific Fisher Survival vs. Predation
In our recent field trip with the Fisher Team, Dr. Rick Sweitzer shared some of the interesting findings regarding the survival and predation of Pacific Fishers in the Sierra Nevada forests. This field trip was organized by the Sierra Nevada Adaptive Management Project (SNAMP).




Pacific Fisher Kits
In this video, Dr. Rick Sweitzer gives an explanation to why fishers would move their kits to different den trees?




California's Water Tower
This episode of Onward California follows Roger Bales, director of the Sierra Nevada Research Institute at UC Merced, into the mountains to measure the water and geochemical balance of the landscape. The impact of climate change on California's water supply is more than an environmental concern -- it's at the forefront of economic sustainability. To see more stories visit www.onwardcalifornia.com/#stories




California Spotted Owl research in the Sierra Nevada
This video gives updates on the research on California Spotted Owl done by the SNAMP Owl team. It was created in March 2012 by the SNAMP Public Participation Team.




Research on Forest Health
This video describes the research on forest health being done by the SNAMP Fire & Forest Ecosystem Health team.




SNAMP Picture Series - "What is SNAMP?"
This short video is a series of pictures and text about SNAMP and provides a brief introduction to the SNAMP project. It was created in March 2011 by the SNAMP Public Participation Team.




Public Participation in Collaborative Adaptive Management
This video discuses the role of public participation in SNAMP and features several SNAMP scientists and participants. It was created in July 2010 by the SNAMP Public Participation Team.




Spotted Owl Video
This short video features SNAMPs Kim Ingram talking about a spotted Owl fieldtrip. It was created in July 2010 by Jeannette Warnert with UC Ag and Natural Resources.




Fisher Video
This video about the pacific Fisher features SNAMP scientist Rick Sweitzer. It was created in October 2008 by Jeannette Warnert with UC Ag and Natural Resources.




The Sierra Nevada Adaptive Management Project
This is an overview video about SNAMP and features several SNAMP scientists. It was created in October 2008 by Jeannette Warnert with UC Ag and Natural Resources.