Society for Range Management | 2019 Annual Meeting

Using State and Transition Models to Organize Restoration Information

Using State and Transition Models to Organize Restoration Information

8:00 Introduction
8:10 Threat-Based State and Transition Models for Managing Rangeland in Dysfunctional Ecosystems Chad Boyd
8:30 Novel Approaches to Restore Degraded Grasslands in Canyonlands and Arches National Parks Mike Duniway
8:50 Incorporating Region-Wide Outcomes of Pinyon-Juniper Reduction Treatments into Generalized STMs for Sagebrush Ecosystems Kevin Gunnell
9:10 Variable Restoration Success: Analyzing Trends to Inform Active Management in Drylands Nacy Shackelford
9:30 Questions
9:40 Break
10:00 Using STMs to Inform and Assess the Restoration of Ecological Processes on Rangelands Affected by Energy Development David Toledo
10:20 The Role of State-and-Transition Models in Prioritizing Conservation and Restoration Actions Jeanne Chambers
10:40 Using Assessment, Inventory and Monitoring Data for Adaptive Management of Northern New Mexico Rangelands Alexander Laurence-Traynor
11:00 Q & A, Discussion